This tour was on a busy Saturday during a stretch of beautiful weather. Everyone was out - or so it seemed. As a result our tour was quite large and was chaotic and unorganized. There seemed to be three tour guides, Amanda, Roland and one girl who spoke Spanish. Roland was trying to split the groups and get it organized, but Amanda didn't seem to want to help or even be there. We decided to go with Roland b/c Amanda was not very friendly at all. I believe it was a good decision. Some of our traveling companions were with Amanda and commented that she wasn't very friendly or provide much information. At one point on the bus I asked her a simple question about who now owned the land. She acted like I asked her a very inappropriate question and then said she didn't know. Roland was kind enough to provide the information. The setting is beautiful, the castle is a must see. Be prepared that this particular tour involves hiking up to the castle, then down through a gorge. Both activities are quite strenuous, but well worth the views. The train ride is two hours. On the way back we had to switch trains about an hour in. This was annoying.
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