Spanish Village (Poble Espanyol)
Spanish Village (Poble Espanyol) Reviews
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The tour group was overly large and the earphones we were given to use didn't work, so we had to rely on the guide to loudly tell us things. However, It was a good, overall tour of the city--we only had a short weekend. I would recommend if you have a short time to see things.
the cable car rider over Barcelona was the highlight. the tour guide kept running late at places which was frustrating. everything was repeated very loud in French, German, Spanish, English which was annoying. but the tour did give you a good overview of the city.
First part was pretty much in spanish first and English as an afterthought, because there was 2 spaniards on the tour - The Afternoon portion was great with the other guide.
Our guide was not very conversant in English
We thought we were going to get a broad view of Barcelona, but we were very disappointed. We felt we only got to see the old quarter, and the rest was a waste. Would never have taken it if we knew how limited it was.
I enjoyed the tour and thought Barcelona was a great city
The tour was wonderful. I wish we had registered for a full day tour. Agnes was our guide and she did a great job educating us, adding humor and keeping control of the group. Thanks so much and great job Agnes!
One of the best day tour's ever. We had lovely weather and the Gaudi buildings and park were amazing up close and personal! The whole tour was great and the tour guides: we had two were both friendly, professional and full of information and interesting facts about Barcelona and it's famous inhabitants! Would highly recommend this tour! It does tire you out though!
This was a great tour, both morning and afternoon.. We saw all of the things we wanted to see in Barcelona, and the guides were very pleasant and knowledgable.
This is a nice short tour. It's not too strenuous and very informative. The view of Barcelona from the to is very nice. The only negative I have is that one has to arrange transportation to get to the meeting place in the center of town rather than being picked-up at the port when one gets off the ship.
This was a great introduction tour to Barcelona. The tour guides were entertaining and knowledgable. I enjoyed the break at the Spanish Village between the two tours. My only "complaint" is that due to the translation by the guide you would miss the sites he was directing you to, because by the time he translated in your language (ours is English) you had already passed the site. Also I felt we utilized the coaches a bit too much.
Very laid back overview of Barcelona. Tour guide was great and very knowledgeable about Barcelona.
The tour was good, went to all the places it stated and the tour guide was very nice. She spoke lovely English so there were no communication issues at all. Bus was new and air conditioned. My only criticism is that rather than holding up an umbrella so everyone could see her, perhaps the tour company can hold up a sign. Also, on some of the tours purchased by the cruise ships, everyone gets a "walkie talkie" type of apparatus so you can clearly hear everything the guide was discussing. I'd have given it a higher rating if I hadn't gotten separated from the group. While my back was turned taking a photo, I turned around and the group had moved on. I would have thought someone in the group would have pointed out that someone was missing. I wound up having to pay for a taxi back to my hotel as I could never find the group again.