Really great, included all i wanted to see in a short time. Could not have been better organised or executed. Well done to everyone, especially josepp andsalvatofe
A great trip; morning Escoreal and Valle de los Caides, afternoon Toledo. A little pity: the two hour lunchstop in Madrid. Better would be directly from Valle de los Caides to Toledo and have the lunch for overweighted tourists there. We would have had two more hours for sightseeing in Toledo.
Just a right mix of group activities and free time.
Covered a lot in 5 days. Our guide was funny and informative.
I highly recommend this tour !
This tour was perfect. Our vendor was Julia travel and our Guide Hugo was very nice and knowledgeable. In 4 days, we were able to see so much. It would have been impossible to do it on our own in such a short time.
All the local guides were very nice and gave us lot of historical info. during our walking tours which made it very interesting to see the sites. Highly recommended.
The 5 day tour was a great way to see the historic south of Spain. The guided tours through Cordoba, Sevilla and Granada were worthwhile. Personally the Cordoba and Seville tours were a highlight and I would be keen to go back and see a bit more of those cities. The bus coach was of high quality and very comfortable and the driver made the trip very smooth. The tour guide was very helpful, informative and provided historical perspective to many of the places we visited and the things we saw. Overall a very enjoyable trip and a great way to see the historical places when time is limited.
had a good holiday ,Spain is the best ,the tour was part of our 14 day stay in Spain and was perfect,nice to have tour guide at each stop,hotels were OK,however the hotel in Granada is way out of town needed to take taxi into Granada..
Seville hotel,Melia, too far from Centro.could have missed Torrosmolinos for moe time in Granada
We totally enjoyed the guided tours to Madrid, Toledo, Cordova, Seville and Granada.
The tour staff and the guides were very cooperative, on time and helpful in every way
they can. The only draw back was the dinner served at the Tourist class hotel in Seville
was not to our expectation.
it was very good, i would recomend this tour if you don't have a lot of time in Madrid.
Overall, the tour was great. Take advantage of the free time to explore on your own. The tour guides were helpful, and our tour guide in Toledo was amazing. Be prepared to spend some time on the road traveling from one city to the next. We saw everything we expected, and more.
Very well organized tour.
Very well organized tour.
Overall, this was a good tour, with just enough walking and sightseeing for the number of days. The local guides in Cordoba, Seville, Granada and Toledo were excellent -- each quite a different personality and each quite entertaining in their own way. The tour guide was adequate -- good at managing the tour, but didn't provide information that a well-informed tourist wouldn't already know. The hotels were comfortable (although not usually conveniently located), and for the most part, the included breakfasts and dinners were fine. The mandatory stop at a handicrafts workshop (all coach tours seem to do this at least once) was OK because the "information session" was brief and there were no high-pressure sales tactics. However, a sour taste was left by the lunch stop on the last day, at a village lunch spot between Granada and Toledo (clearly frequented by tour buses) which was outrageously overpriced for mediocre quality. My advice to anyone taking this tour is to plan a "brown bag" lunch for the last day.
We were very dissatisfied with this tour. Combination of majority of spanish speaking group with a few english speaking tourists is not working very well, the trip was very short and time was really wasted on repeating everything in 2 languages. For such a beautiful historical city as Toledo is this trip is just too short, no personal time at all. Panoramic Madrid tour was not bad by itself but the guide was not interesting and english was far from good. We were really dissappointed.
The local tour guides for the cities were amazing! As for the tour guide wh accompanied us on the bus. She was okay but a little disappointed we didn't get more narrative along the way on the bus trip to the different cities. Seemed to be a lot of road time and not enough time in the cities. Toledo is a quant, most beautiful city yet we were not there three hours maximum. On the way to Toledo, our guide dropped us off for lunch which was half an hour and there were no restaurants open, only a bakery, and a couple of other shops where you were left to fend incur own. Not sure where she went for the half hue, but it was disappointing . . felt we were on up own. Don't bother taking the seven day trip. You'd be best to do the 4 day trip and see Madrid on our own. Thei plus was the pick up and departure ride to the airport as it is about a 25 minute drive. The driver was great and prompt. The santo Domingo for being an upgrade was a little disappointing. In North America, it would be a three star tops. The room we got in Madrid at that hotel at the start of our trip was a decent size with a amazing view of a garden wall. On our last leg of the trip our final night in Madrid at the same hotel, we had a tiny room with terrible cot type beds. I asked for a different room and was shown one even smaller!!! For 40 euros though I was told I could upgrade. No thanks. We did two tours which were "optional" which was a flamenco dance performance for 37 euros or thereabouts each. Also in Granada for another 38 or so euros was another " optional" excursion of old part of granada. I feel these code been included with the cost of the trip. Overpriced for too much time on the bus.
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