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Just what we were looking for and an excellent local guide in Cordoba.
One of the best trips in my life! Very good guide, interesting. The Mezquita and the synagogue are amazing! Totally worth it!
Having seen the Alhambra and been in Morocco a few times we wanted to visit the Cathedral to complete the picture. Sometimes you are disappointed. This time the experience was even better than expected. A fantastic city. Perhaps better to visit on a tour than to stay in it? Sevilla is a better bet in which to stay and tour
We love it,
Comfortable bus,on time pick up,friendly staff.
We enjoyed the tour.
The mosque/cathedral in Cordoba is worth the effort to join this tour. A good point about this tour is that you will be split into different language groups in Cordoba so that you need not listen to other foreign languages during the guided tour. Also, you will be the last to be picked up and first to be dropped off if you start your tour from Malaga.
The trip is very nice although the bus was late for 30minutes. The tour guide is a lit bit unfriendly because she is kinda a lit bit reluctant to re-explain to us if we re-ask the same thing that she has said. I mean at least one time, that is the role of a tour guide, I believe. After all, the tour is well-planned and It is wonderfull. We had enough stops and enough time to buy our souvenirs.
I like very much this trip, but it will be my last trip with VIATOR due to an issue related to my Gibraltar Trip.
Not so amazing as Granada is, and also with a totally irresponsible english guide.Or maybe the place itself is magnicficent but the guide was totally out of the subject.He did not pay interest in us and did not show us all the places inside.More jokes than history.
Finding where to meet the bus in Malaga was a problem as I had been walking in the Alpujarras for 10 days. I couldn't find Plaza Poeta Manuel Alcantara on Google Maps before I left; also the clerk in my hotel couldn't find it either on Google and neither had he heard of it. I finally found it myself on a freebie map that I had got. Then the problem was where exactly would the bus pick me up.
After this the trip went well. The tour was very good as was Carmen our guide in Cordoba, as well as our guide on the bus.
A worthwhile experience. My second Viator trip this year so far (Sevilla previously).
I sampled the local food and had an excellent fish tagine, the only sour note being charged €2 for an extra small roll for my soup.