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We visited Madrid In July 2014 for four days and purchased a two day ticket. On the first day we used the ticket to ride around the city on both routes so that we had an idea where things were situated. On the second day we used it to visit some of the fantastic buildings and plazas we had seen the day before which we could not walk to. We received complimentary headphones and the commentary was provided in many different languages and was very informative.
A great way to initially explore Madrid. The two routes cover all major attractions. The buses were clean, comfortable, and convenient.
We recommend this bus tour for anyone that wants to see the main sights around Madrid and take your time at each one, they run until really late at this time of the year and were really convenient.
This is the best way to tour Barcelona in the most economical way.
Great way to see the city and get around tonthe different sites. These busses are very easy to use and they provide earphones and different languages
This was a timely, efficient, friendly, and pleasurable way to get a feel for the city and for places we wanted to go back and visit. We were very glad to have a two-day pass, and we made good use of the ability to get off and on again. Even better, when we began, uncertain of how to get to Madrid City Tour due to the regular city bus route being altered for a marathon, a young woman we met at the bus stop said she was going to where we wanted to be - she turned out to be an employee of the company, and she literally walked us to Madrid City Tour and gave us some tips for making the most of the experience. We never waited more than 5 or 6 minutes for a bus. Wonderful!
Loved the city. This is all we used to get around the city. It was definitely worthwhile.
The buses were a fantastic way to see the beautiful city of Madrid. They are especially good to get an initial orientation of the city and the audio guide was in a number of languages to cater for most countries. If you are tired from doing lots of walking and want to save time then I would recommend taking these buses. They run frequently so it is very convenient to just grab one.
Good itinerary, shows you most of the principle sites, old and new. I caught the extended tour (runs twice a day) and it let off within walking distance of the train station--an extra savings for me.