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A great tour !!! Our tour guide Joseph and the Bus Driver Chabi made the entire journey an excellent one. Highly recommend this tour. Value for money.
Wonderful trip! Of course not enought time and too much to see. Loved our tour Gide, Grace, what an unique women
This tour was fantastic, our Guide Gracia was wonderful and really was the icing on the tour cake, very informative, funny, caring and very organised, she took great care of her 'family'. The places we visited were beautiful and we got to see a lot inside and out of the Cordoba Cathedral and The Alhambra, which were highlights among a lot of highlights. The local guides were very good too, the additional El Palacio Andaluz Flamenco Show in Seville I would highly recommend, the only sour note was the Gypsy Flamenco visit, we were picked up at 9pm and went to see the Alhambra at night which was good but we stood around for ages, 10mins would have been sufficient then the Flamenco show didn't start until 11pm which was late for a group who had an early start and it was nowhere near as good as the previous nights show I would tell people to pass on that one but that was the only downside the rest of the tour was as good as it gets.
This was a great trip made even better by the wit, humor, and knowledge of Josep our tour guide. With a short time available and the difficulties of reaching these cities we decided to take this tour. It was worth every penny. The accommodations were outstanding and the pace of the trip was perfect. I recommend this tour for anyone wanting to learn more about this part of Spain and how it related to the United States.
Very well organised, a good way to see these places in a short time, not too big a group; hotels were in good locations and meals were relaxed/buffet style (travellers did not have to sit together at the same time - tables were reserved for Julia)
An absolutely wonderful road trip. First class tour guides for each major site as well as our on-board coordinator and the superb bus driver. The Julia Travel folks in Spain do a great job. We loved every minute of it even though we normally avoid "mass tourism". But if you want to see all the incredible sights of Andalucia and La Mancha in a few days this is the only way to go. Highly recommended.
Our experience was very very good! It was efficicient, and an excellent way to tour the South of Spain from Barcelona. I would book another viator trip most certainly.
I and my husband are very satisfied with the tour. The tour was comprehensive, and our guide Grace was very informative, funny and efficient. Everything went smoothly and our visit to Cordoba Mezquita was amazing... the local guides in Cordoba and Sevilla were great. We would do this trip again in a heartbeat !
The tour was very good. There. Was no way we could have seen so much in so little time as we did on our tour to Andalusia. Our guide Joseph was amazing
Amazing trip, but The itinerary is too light in comparison to what was describe on website. Too many optional tours offered to gain extra money.( but some of them was very good- like Spanish dancing in Seville and Gypsy in Granada- so charming, walking tour in Granada- was the best!, some is shouldn’t be offered at all – river trip) There were many walking tours with local guides in the different locations. Unprofessional Tour Guides in many places and specially in Alhambra. Not enough time in Toledo- 2hr, this is must be a joke., and at the same time spent 1 hr in La Munch village with only one dirty street ?! Our tour host Christina was ok, but she should provide more historical information, legends, stories, answer the questions and so on during the driving. Mix more than two languages- BIG mistake!. The bus and air on was working fine, and the drivers are by law instructed to stop every two hours to rest, even food on rest areas was awful. Take the 4 star hotel options - but the 3 star is more convenient is in Granada and Seville. Food in 4 star hotel in Seville was not eatable at all, dishes was dirty, all drinks during the dinner (including water) was provided by additional cost. There the 3-star hotel is in walking distance of the charming city centre whereby and the 4 star is a bit far away.(should be known prior to order the trip.
Amazing trip. We had a wonderful host Christina l who spoke good English and Spanish. There were many walking tours with local guides in the different locations, and I felt that all of them were proud to be showing us their country. The bus and aircon was working ok, and the drivers are by law instructed to stop every two hours to rest. Take the 4 star hotel options - the only place where the 3 star is more convenient is in Granada. There the 3-star hotel is in walking distance of the charming city centre whereby te 4 star is a bit far away. There were also options for Spanish dancing in Seville and Granada. Did the Granada one but found it rather commercial - but Granada is just so charming that all was forgiven. I found Spanish people in general to very friendly and helpful.
The first hotel we stayed at Husa Princessa was TERRIBLE. There was no shampoo, no kleenex, and there were all sorts of problems with the wi-fi which we paid for. After these problems, we cancelled it and they still tried to charge us. In addition, I called up and asked for ice and they told me to go down and get it in the cafeteria. And THIS was supposed to be a 4 star hotel. The daily trips were good and the guide Josep was knowledgeable and nice. The other issue was that I believe it said in the description of the tour that breakfast, lunch and dinner was included and lunch was not included. Neither was dinner on the first night. We probably wouldn't take another Viator tour.
Should have been called, Gas Stations of Spain. We spent a crazy amount of time at gas stations/rest stops getting food. All the included dinners were buffet style at the hotel, and didn't included Spanish dishes. While the sights and tour guide were very nice, the tour itself was culturally lacking as we only stopped in places packed with tourists and never got to see the real Spain.
it was very disappointing. Staff in Barcelona were not helpful and very rude and inconsiderate. The information about the tour/tour itinerary on the website was not sufficinet and nobody knew what the exact itineray was until the tour was actually started.
The hotel in Granada was horrible. The room was not clean, the food was very poor in quality. The hotel staff were rude and provided misleading information when they were asked questions.
The included activities in Granada was bad and basically a repeat of what was done in Seville. The idea of gypsies dancing in a CAVE was ridiculous. The bar's name where they were dancing was cave!!
The tour guide Grace appeared helpful and easygoing but on the last day of the tour stressed me out about the timing so much that I had to miss the last day of the tour which I had paid for in Toldeo and leave to Madrid by myself so that I could make my train from Madrid to Barcelona. I had to arrange and pay for my train from Toldeo to Madrid. All ended up unnecessary, because I heard that the tour got to Madrid on time!! Very very disappointing. I will not recommend Viator and will not travel with this company ever again.
The itinerary is too light in comparison to what was describe on website. Too many optional tours offered to gain extra money. Unprofessional Tour Guide.