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Excellent value for money - Cadiz was more interesting that envisaged. Will use this method of getting around a city again - for sure!
Great easy to find with clear signage. The tour gave us a good overview of the city. Worth doing!
Excellent service and could truly get on and off and see sights. Saw much more by using this excursion. Highly recommend.
Excellent tour of the city, with information in our own language and the walking tour was also not to be missed - good value for money.
We knew Cadiz from previous visit, but his was the first bus tour. A long wit to get on even with pre-booked tickets, 2 big ships in port and ours Azura had been selling hop on/off tickets on board. So much busier than "normal". Cadiz is compact and the tour goes both ways up/down the "promenade". Pity the tour did not stray a little further out of the city. Newer buses than we have experienced on previous tours.
Good value for money especially booking ahead via internet.
Beautiful ride along the beach. Construction caused the route to be altered and shortened.
The bus stopped right outside the cruise terminal and we did not have to wait long to get on one but frankly we were disappointed with Cadiz.
The on-off bus got us going but unfortunately, when we tried to walk around we got "lost". Cadiz is most unusual and it's hard for the on-off to get you right to what ever it is you want.....
Very short route. made the cost rather high We were there during one of their protest marches. Bus service was slow at best. Would not do it again unless no protests and cheaper
If your ship docks in Cadiz, you should take a tour to Seville, which is spectacular. Cadiz is a beautiful city, but there isn't much to see. The afternoon walking tour is worthless.
When we arrived we were given a hard time about having an electronic ticket, even though it said right on the ticket that an electronic ticket was acceptable. Once that was handled, we got on the bus and plugged in our ear phones. On the first bus, my "English" channel had one ear in Spanish and one in English. I didn't feel like I got very much out of the commentary, which I usually enjoy listening to. The second bus we got on, both my mother's and grandmother's audio didn't work at all. We missed one of our stops because the driver didn't stop for long enough for us to get up and get down the stairs by the time we realized it was our stop (the bus was already moving by the time the audio said the name of our stop for us to know it was there).