We were on the bus for over 2 hrs.to pick up people before even starting to Seville...another 2 1/2 hours to get there.The tour operator wanted us to spend cab money to go to the pick up point while they were picking up others at the same hotel we were at. We got to see only a few things in Seville and got back very late 9;00 pm by the time they dropped off all the people at their hotels.Plus the poor guide had to explain everything in 4 languages so your didn't learn much. Was that boring. Hated all 3 trips in Malaga. The one in Barcelona was OK. Cordoba was worse. Had to stand out by a MacDonalds at 5:30 in the morning in Estepona, too far to walk ...had the expense of a cab...and then endured over 3 hours of picking up other clients at their hotels, 16 stops, before we even started to go to Corboda. We got 4 hours in Cordoba and 12 hours on the bus with 4 languages again. Thank goodness this bus driver felt sorry for us and took us to our hotel after dropping off all the others. In Morocco the guy took us to his buddy's spice shop and rug shop and we didn't get to shop at the bazaar as described. The lunch was very good and the professor that walked us through the Kasba was interesting but I don't like being held hostage in stores while people sell their goods. The guide was rude and pushie. They drove right by our hotel but we had to pay for the MacDonalds ride again both ways.
London, United Kingdom
The guide we had was hysterically funny. We got to see what we wanted with adequate time. We were told when we booked the tour that we had a hotel pick up but that was changed to a meeting point due to the Olympics..go figure since this tour was after the Olympics were over. We thought our tour prices included the sites but found out we had to pay to go into each of the places separately. if you didn't pay you got a bus ride without going into the places. Of course when you travel that far you want to see all the places. Nice bus, great guide...part time actor.