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We ended up with a group of two. The guide was excellent and the tour of the Palace was fantastic. Thie is a great tour. I would highly recommend it.
It was great! The way to see Madrid in a close-up and intimate way. Our guide (Carmen) was wonderful--full of stories and insights that I never would have been able to have on my own. The pace of the tour is great, and left me wanting to go back to spend more time in the places we went to on the tour. Well done.
Great tour! Our guide was great it was my wife and I and her! Very knowledgeable!
Carmine was our tour guide. We were lucky to have only 3 of us in her group walking tour (so private tour). She was very knowledgable about Madrid and history. She walked us through the Royal Palace and explained the many rooms and the Armory. It helped to have someone explain the rooms and history of the Palace instead of the audio tour (I did that audio tour last year and it was not exciting). We enjoyed walking the streets and hearing about the history of the area. Carmine recommended a good paella restaurant in Madrid which we ate dinner. Highly recommend this tour as well as Carmine!
Would certainly recommend this tour as a great way to walk around Madrid and see the sights with a guide. The Royal Palace was amazing. We ended the tour with hot chocolate (so thick) and churros!
OMG how amazing, especially the palace. Our guide was exceptionally knowable, making the tour an unforgetable experience. THANK YOU
Wonderful, informative and very interesting tour. Isabel, our tour guide, was fantastic.
Loved the walking tour with our guide, Carmen. Would definitely use Viator again
Tour was just my wife and myself! Very informative and well worth it!! Guide gave us great tips for Madrid.
We really enjoyed this tour! Our tour guide was excellent. The best part was skipping the line into the Roysl Palace. The churros and hot chocolate at San Gines was a real treat!