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Our guide was knowledgeable, engaging, and shared many interesting facts about the city of Madrid. We especially enjoyed learning about the Madrid architecture and the history of the city. Spanish speaking customers were also on the tour and she was able to accommodate both languages quite nicely. We'd definitely choose Viator again if the quality of it continues to remain so high.
This tour was very good.
In general it's a good tour, especially because of the guide.
However, the stop at the end is totally useless and a waste of time. People who really wants to go at the Hard Rock Cafe can go on their own, it should not be part of the tour.
This was ok. I thought it would be an open bus. We did a couple of stops. I don't think I'd do this particular tour again. I liked the hop on/off tour better.
As I only had 1 day of free time I did this tour and I was glad it was short and sweet and I got to see the city in a short amount of time. I recommend this for the business traveler who has limited time for site seeing
The guide was great but too much time was spent on the motorway. I understand that the streets in Madrid itself are very narrow so it's hard for the tour bus to get through but a bit more time around the centre of town would have been nice. Also, perhaps changing having a drink at the Hard Rock Cafe to a more local place would go down better with European/American tourists.
It nice but you can do this by ur self on a hop on hop off bus gives you more time to explore each must see and take pictures
This was an OK tour to get around some of the sites. The tour guide spoke very broken English and often mixed her English and Spanish in one sentence. The tour stopped on a couple of occasions allowing those who wanted to take pictures. Hard to see many of the sites from a bus.
The tour guide was knowledgeable about Madrid. However I would have preferred a different type of bus. The view from inside the bus was not that good and it was hard at times to see what the tour guide was describing. A double decker bus which, from the top of the bus, would have offered a more open view, would have been better.
This tour is a quick way to have an overview of Madrid. The tour guide was quite knowledgeable and helpful.
Was good. Guide was informative and spoke multiple languages. There is so much to see in Madrid so this is just a cursory look. If you have time do the Hop On / Hop Off.
A good tour to start your visit in Madrid and explore the city on your own afterwards.
Good way to see the city and get your first look of Madrid before you venture out on your own.
Nice tour to see the main sites at the city, but you'll have to walk again to some of them if you really want to check them and take better pictures.
Quite an informative tour, but it lasted less than 2 hours. We were led to believe that it would be 3 hours long, so we felt a bit cheated. However, the tour does cover most of the attractions and the guide was very helpful and friendly.
Supposed to be 3 hrs. Was 2 hrs and I reckon we saw some sites twice.
Driver did not stop in areas that we could take a picture and then drove off to fast for us to get the picture we wanted when there were no trees around.
John A K
The tour was interesting, but was supposed to be in English, however the guide was Spanish and his English was limited. He explained the tour in Spanish and English, and you could not tell when he switched from Spainish to English because his accent was so thick you could not undetstand him ! ! ! ! !
The tour should allow time to get out walk around and take photos at various sights.
Okay tour, saw the highlights, but no chances for photos, the rain didn't help, but it did give us a good overview of the city.
The trip was around the entire city, which was great, but the bus moved very quickly which made it difficult to really appreciate each stop. The tour guide announced everything twice (once in Spanish and once in English), which also made it difficult to appreciate everything, as by the time she announced it in English we were already moving to the next thing. But it did give a great idea of the city and let me know what I should visit later on foot.