The city tour was a good overview of Madrid, the various areas and history. I learned a lot on that. I would recommend the bus tour as an orientation for any travel to Madrid. The stadium tour is self guided and gave very good access to various parts of the stadium, very similar to other baseball stadium tours I have been on in the US.
The service by the bus company to get you out to the Museum worked very well, the central pick up point was across the street from our hotel. The tour itself provided by guides at the museum was much too rushed. You were not given the time to study the exhibits and some parts of the exhibits were skipped. It was so fast that it almost seemed disrespectful given the topic. I would recommend finding a tour that provides their own guides (if that is possible) or tour the museum when guides are not required. Please note there is a lot of walking here (4.5 miles on my pedometer ... and that is with skipping stuff). Be sure to bring water with you and and stay hydrated.
Driving was waiting with sign for us when we got off the flight. Pick up for return to airport was right on time. I would suggest that you print out two vouchers as drivers in both directions will want a voucher (fortunately I had done this).
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