Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Malaga Super Saver: Morocco and Granada Day Trips Including Alhambra Palace and Generalife Gardens. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
A great 2 day tour that fitted perfectly into our 8 day stay in Malaga. Value for money and well organised tour.
An unforgettable experience. It would be a pity to visit Spain without seeing Alhambra. Well organized trip. Carlos, the guide of Alhambra tour, is loving the palace was a perfect host.
The trip to Morocco was great, our tour guide, Pedro, was awesome as was our Moroccan tour guide, would highly recommend this day trip!
The tour was informative, gave us plenty of time to see the Alhambra Palace and Generalife Gardens. Wonderful day. However, the trip to Morocco was unsettling. The wait for the ferry was long, the walk through the town was rushed. For many in the group, it was scary with too many pushy Moroccans trying to sell things. We were made to feel that the only reason we were there was to spend money. The camel stop and snake charmer were a tourist gig. The one good thing was the meal and the restaurant music. I had thought we would see a building and learn something about the culture that didn't happen. Overall, a disappointing day though I am glad I went.
The tour and tour guide to Grenada were both outstanding. We had a great time, saw a lot, learned a lot and would do it again. Unfortunately, our trip to Morocco was canceled 3 times due to unfavorable weather on the Gibraltar Strait. We are looking forward to that tour sometime in the future. For both cases, the primary contact in Spain, Julia tours provided outstanding service.
excellent value for the 2 trips. Both went very smoothly - well led and organised. Early start to Tangiers was inevitable but getting collected at 5 am was a shock to the system!
Very worthwhile trip for the beauty and the history....guide was informative and helpful!
The Alhambra Palace and Generalife gardens tour was fantastic albeit a short 3 hours. Morocco - Tangier is entirely missable except possibly the 1/2 hour City tour which might be of interest to some....
The Granada day trip is very well organised. Our guide, though repeating everything in 4 languages, was knowledgeable and funny. I ended up taking the lunch option which was fantastic- 13 euro for 3 courses! The Morocco day trip was unfortunately cancelled because of bad weather. So disappointing.
The best part was that fact that your tour company did a great job of making sure we were able to travel to Morrocco. The weather was not suitable for the ferry and they postponed the original trip. The wait was well worth it as out guide, a lecturer at the local university, was fantastic. His knowledge and awareness of local custom and behavior was an excellent addition to the sightseeing. Granada was treated the same as we were turned over to a Al Hambra specialist who knew the ins and outs of this great structure.
Over all we enjoyed the tours. I was a bit disappointed that our free time in Granada was when all the shops were closed. All of our tour guides were very knowledgeable and friendly. Will definitely use Viator again.
Very nice trip. Nice idea to have the 2 trips one after the other. Granada is a very touristic place, so the Alhambra was a bit crowded and we had to wait to go in. The guide was informative and the information was interesting. For Morocco we had to catch the bus at 5 am, but the trip was worth it. Great trip!
The trip to Morocco was smooth sailing all the way with Viator handling all the details. Although we had a rental car for a week, we appreciated the driver being able to view the surroundings as we drove through southern Spain, It would have been much appreciated if we were given information on the areas we drove through, but that was not the case. The bus tour of Tangiers was informative and brought us to a high point in the city where we had a fun time interacting with 2 baby camels - adorable is the only word for them! The camel "ride" for some amounted to nothing more than mounting, having the camel stand up fully, and then dismounting after the camel folded its legs. No ride at all for our friend, but then the price was only a Euro for the owner. The lunch was bountiful enough, and we enjoyed most of it. However, we noticed that unfortunately this was not a universal experience. In addition, skip the wine; while far from a connoisseur, I could not drink it even though it was an extra cost. The live musical entertainment throughout the meal was a nice touch.
The walk around the Kasbah was fascinating. A survival tip: don't make eye contact with the street hawkers pursuing your tour group unless you are really interested in what they are selling, or they will hound you without mercy. The talk on Moroccan handmade rugs was interesting, as we noted the differences between their methods and those used in Turkey. However, as expected, it concluded with the usual sales pitch, and with a sales person apparently dedicated to us personally, who followed us down all 3 floors of merchandise until we finally tore ourselves free. 90% of our tour group was already on the trail of the next shop and sales pitch for natural healing products. Exactly 15 minutes were allocated for independent shopping outside the rug/multiproduct enterprise - our main criticism of this tour. A second suggestion would be to upgrade the luncheon, and provide an alternative vegetarian meal.