Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the City Sightseeing Seville Hop-On Hop-Off Tour. 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.
It was good back up plan just in case we needed transport from A to B. It was worth the money
Great way to see the city and get off where you wwant to see specific sights. Could have had more stops.
Good tour to see the major highlights. Unfortunately the audio guide is limited, compared to other city tours.
This is a very good way to see the city! It gives you a feel for what you might want to explore more.
More bus stops would have been nice, but the other tour is the same. The commentary was a bit hit and miss - don't know if it was the headphones or the system on the bus, but the bits I did get were informative enough. However, as with all these tours it does make it easy to walk around the city afterwards.
It enabled us to see the more out of the way sights.
It was nice. There is not much to see from the bus in Seville but you can hop off and walk around. They put too much emphasis in the Expo sites but I guess there is not much else around there. It was raining that day so we sat in the first seats on the right side of the driver. Good view and no chances to get wet upstairs! They have very good wi-fi so I was able to catch up on my emails and Instagram. Most hotels in Spain have horrid wi-fi.
The tour was satisfactory. We stayed on the bus for the whole tour so I don't know about the waiting time for a later pick-up.
Good tour, for a pre-recorded tour. Commentary content a bit sterile of human interest, but was better than some elsewhere.
Interesting and informative tour but the soundtrack was difficult to hear and it was also not always immediately clear to which building the commentary referred. A guided tour of Seville Cathedral booked on the day had a single earphone connected to a receiver hung around the neck that gave much better reception.
Bus size versus narrow strrets made most of Seville inaccessible. Trip was as pleasant as could be.
Seville bus pretty good. The recording mentioned a bus that left the local bus station to Itaca (Roman town). That was the hightlight of our trip to Seville. Seeing buildings from worlds fair and such was a waste of time (most of them were run down).
It was difficult to find the bus stop, didn't even find it until three hours before they close. Bus doesn't stop at the major site seeing places, however it does take you to places you might not see while walking. Audio commentary was good.
A good way to go around the city with information. The waiting period between buses wasong about 30 mins
You don't get to see much of historical value. It os a truly sigjtseeing tour, mostly of the mew coty.
Because it was Easter week ,the bus had to alter its route, because of the various functions a lot of the spots in in the center of town could not be reached by the HoHF bus. However what was shown was still worth while,although most of the places of interest to get off were not available.
Wonderful way to get to know the city. Audio not so useful and only four stops.
Good if you want to go around the whole city, mostly areas that are not that important since the bus can't go inside the historic area do to the narrow streets.
This tour is well organised but suffers from the lack of stops along the route (currently 4), more stops would allow passengers to see more of Seville, even if they weren't near major attractions.
The tour was very good but the route limited to the more modern parts of Sevilla as the streets round the Old and more interesting bits are just too narrow to navigate. i took my car and that was a struggle. The commentary was informative and interesting. Occasionally the bus went too fast over parts of the route and you could miss some good views. All in all pretty good.