The first written record dates back to Toledo 192. C. Livy writes succinctly when 'Parva urbs, be crazy munitia' small-town, but well fortified. City, unpopulated. It was therefore a very important place where the road linking Caesaraugusta (Zaragoza) with Emerita Augusta (Mérida), he hung over Tagus to Hispalis and Andalusia, which favored its flowering in imperial times.
You can still see remains of temples, theaters, amphitheaters, a strong wall as well as roads, bridges and a hydraulic supply and drainage. Depending on the extent of the ruins of the Roman circus, it could accommodate about 13,000 spectators, an impressive figure at the time, at the end of the first century AD.