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Joining this tour made everything really easy, from figuring out where to meet in the morning to actually getting to Ronda. Even though we ran into many obstacles along the way with road closures due to the 101km bike tour going through, we ended up still going to all the sights we were supposed to, albeit in different order.
Once getting to Ronda, we met with a local guide who gave us a 2 hour tour of the city, including Spain's first circular bullfighting ring, the cathedral and Casa del don Bosco, now a home for the elderly but represents a mix of Arabic and Christian culture typical to all of Andalusia. After the tour, we had about 1 hour to explore the city for ourselves.
But the views! The bridge of Ronda, the view from Zahara de la Sierra the Pueblo Blanco, and the view from Casa del don Bosco, WOW WOW WOW.
Excellent tour of a wonderful city!!So much to see and learn. Great !!
Very good sharp excellent resource. Strong people connect superlative engagement process with the visitors. Excellent resource passionate about the job. Rating 10
This is great! You get picked up from your hotel. First i was in a group of spanish speaking visitors. But Lola never made me feel unwelcomed. She forwarded me over to Antonio and i joined the international group. Antonio is very good, did it in several languages: English, Spanish, French, even German i think. He is very knowledgeable about Seville, it's history and culture. He is approachable and friendly and made sure he balanced his time with all the group.
This was a very good tour. The unscheduled stop in Zahara was particularly agreeable and the tour guide in Ronda itself was superb.
The tour office in Seville is not impressive. I sent them 5 emails in advance of the tour and never received a response to any of them. I visited the office in person and was given conflicting information.
Thoroughly enjoyed the tour. Explanations of what we were seeing were informative and interesting. A positive experience which we completed with favourable memories.
Bus was an little cramped, Guide was not well and his english not the best so commentary could have been better
Our family was not very impressed with the river portion of this tour. It was basically a ferry ride down and back on part of the river. They views weren't great. But the Bullring tour was great.
Just before i left for Spain, Viator messaged me that we would be picked up at the Hotel Zenit at 8am by the tour company.
We arrived there at 7.45am. At 8.30am, and with no sign of the bus, i rang the number provided for the tour company, but just received an answer phone, in Spanish. At 8.45am i got a very irate call in pigeon English asking me where we were and they cannot wait any longer. They were waiting for us at their offices. He told me that if we wanted to make the trip we must get a cab to the outskirts of Seville to a car park where we could meet the bus. It took us 15 minutes to get a cab and 15 minutes to make the journey, all combined with text messages from the guide telling us to hurry up as they would have to go without us. The cab cost 10 euros. We eventually got there an met up with the bus. The guide was clearly not happy but i explained the situation as best i could to a guide who couldn't speak much English. Disbelievingly, he asked me to forward him the email you sent as proof. I did so. He spent the rest of the trip being, at best, 'aloof' with us.
At some point during the trip he obviously read the forwarded email, and was a little more conciliatory with us. He said he didn't have the authority, but we may like to seek our cab fare back from someone. Who from it was unclear. If the chap from the tour company doesnt have the authority im not sure who does? On the way back we were told they could only take us so far, not back to our apartment, so we had to get another taxi which cost another 5 euros.
It really put a damper on the whole day and was particularly stressful to my elderly mother who paid for the trip and had been looking forward to it for weeks. Im really not very happy about the whole thing. It wasn't a cheap excursion and i would expect much better.
Very big group. Slow and disorganized. Not worth it.
It was a fantastic tour. Perfect for a one-day stay in Sevilla. We saw all the mayor sites and monuments and our guide was very knowledgeable and proud to show us his city.
Great day out! Long tour but stopped for breakfast of churros on the way not included in price. Zahra was lovely.
Great day, with good tour around the town and visit tot he Bull ring I'm not sure about Bull Fighting but to see the museum and to learn about this huge part of the culture was a great expereince. Not sure I'll book to watch a bull fight in the future though.
Our Guide Ramon was really nice and informative and looked after the group well.
Ronda is a lovely place and the views are stunning. A busy town though, so I was glad I went with a small group to make the visit easier to navigate.
Frainy M USA
with this tour, you get to see a lot of Seville that probably you wouldn't otherwise.. def a good tour..
Worth the money! A great tour guide, an enchanting place!
Excellent tour!!Very full day,and included all the places of interest in Seville.
Seville is a place that you have to see with a guide in order for time not to be wasted.
Tony F United States of ...
I haven't published a review in a very long time because none of the many tours I participated impressed me, but yesterday I took a tour, Seville in One Day, and it was a real surprise. Everything went OK. The pickup, the organization, the design of the activities but, above all, the tour guide, LOLA was outstanding. Fluent in both Spanish and English, she smoothly and effortlessly shifted between the two languages and, unlike most guides I've encountered, her English and Spanish explanations were basically the same. She knows a lot about the city and the most important points for the tour but also she knows a lot about the country's history and shared a lot of useful information. She was also patient and was pending of everybody's needs.Viajes Boreal is a great tour operator and LOLA is an outstanding tour guide. A.
We live in Spain but often over look the obvious or miss out on the translation. We have visited Seville several times before but never with a tour. This tour was a major benefit to our understanding and enjoyment of our trip. The guide was entertaining and informative, we found our way around the city much easier afterwards and saw all the major sites that we had previously avoided due to the queues.
After lunch we took the boat trip which was chilled, if you like bridges! There was quite a lot to see and the information on the speaker was good but it was just a bit lacking the wow factor after the morning tour.
I did not get my wine tasting or visit to the wine museum.
The trip lasted for 13 hours.
They took me to Pueblos Blancos which I had not paid for nor was I interested in.
On the day of, it turns out that the tour was not even handled by the Viator liaison/agency in Seville, but instead a different company that they further contracted out to - changing hands three times.
BAD BAD Experience.
The tour was fantastic. The sites we visited were amazing and the guide who accompanied us was a informative and entertaining. I can't wait to return to Sevilla and take another tour with Viator.
Wonderful guides and very beautiful countryside
In short the worst tour I have taken. The guide, Lola isn and #39;t on time, gives the Spanish guests the long version and the few English guests get the cliff notes...all while a person is straining to hear what she is saying. Then we never even got to see the bullring and she argues with the clients.
Beautiful place! We enjoyed everything except the bullring tour. We went to one the previous day, and I find act of bullfighting atrocious, so I didn't want to experience the validation of this so called sport again. So we hung around in the facing plaza until that was done. The rest was great, amazing views, stunning really.
The pueblos blancos section of the tour was a bit disappointing in that little historical information was provided. However, I enjoyed the walk up into the township. Warning though to others - you need to be pretty fit as it is quite a steep climb. The local guide in Ronda was very knowledgable and informative, despite his rather abrupt manner. This didn't detract from the tour and I enjoyed his commentary. It would have been great to have had more time in the bullring museum as we raced through there - perhaps a re- entry ticket for the free time later in the afternoon. The view from the bridge is wonderful. Worth doing.
The tour was great. The most spectacular bridge although, to get a truly representative photo, there is a steep trail to follow and the tour only allowed 20 minutes for personal time so it was either lunch or the photo obviously, it was the photo!. If fewer facts had been shared by the tour guide, a more generous personal time allocation would have been possible.
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