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We loved the Malaga Hop On Hop Off Tour bus. IOne of the stops was extremely close to where our ship was docked.
A very relaxing time.
good driver on time
This was the best way to see the beautiful city of Malaga.
The tour was fantastic from the start to finish. The guide was very smart and friendly and answered all questions throughout the tour. The lunch was great as well, and there was time to visit the souk markets for shopping before visiting the palace. I would recommend this tour, well worth it.
Got to grips with navigating the Segway really easily after expert instruction from Mike. The tour takes you round the streets and harbour of Malaga pointing out all the best places to eat and the attractions. Also visited the castle where you can have fantastic views. Throughly recommend this as an experience. Good fun and a great way to get to know the city quickly.
Doing what: Malaga Segway Tour
My flight had been delayed so I was really pleased the driver had waited.
He was pleasant and curtious .
The baths a lovely. Clean. Well run. Spring for more than 15 minute massage. Well worth it. Would have rated 5 star but some locations missing hand railings. If you have mobility issues this is not the place to go.
Good tour, but the guide on the bus Maria? did not talk at ALL on the bus to tell us about the sights, etc. Simply said when you get to the Alhambra the Guide will tell you about it!! I would not rate her highly at all not would anyone else on the bus....but, the arrangements and transportation were good! barbara
Fabulous trip, well worth the journey. However, the trip was supposed to include a walking tour of Granada, it was in fact following the guide to walking full march to show the group the restaurant for those who had lunch included in their trip, felt like schoolchildren following their teacher!
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Nice quick way to tour the city to get an overview of Malaga. From the cruise port, the Picasso Museum is within walking distance as is the beach, so we took the bus tour and then decided to walk to the other areas.
I would not book this trip again as there were 54 people on this tour and the tour guide rushed us through everything and we didn't hear a thing. Ronda was beautiful.
Our guide was not good, he only took us around Ronda, no El Tajo Gorge and wine tasting .
Cordoba is lovely with many interesting sites. However this trip by Viator could be better. The driver Diego is excellent as is Pedro the guide. The coach on our trip actually started at Estepona . The pick up in Malaga was punctual and well organised. However 25 minutes out of Malaga there was an half hour break for the driver to have a legally required break at an over crowded cafe. The coach was conveniently parked in Cordoba close to the old town sites. There was wasted time whilst the English speaking tour was organised. The tour of the Mesquita and Jewish quarter was whistle stop, but well informed. Our trip was on a Thursday and this is the day when all the tour companies descend on Cordoba. Why? This leads to overcrowding in the old town.
Do not purchase the 19 euros meal offered by the tour rep on the Coach. What he described was not what was supplied. Home cooked food and chilled wine turned out to be tourist rubbish with warm white wine. The worst meal we had all week.There was a 20 minute break on the way back. If I went to Cordoba again I would catch the Alsa bus from Malaga and buy my own ticket to the Mesquita.
Doing what: Cordoba Day Trip from Malaga
We called Julia Travel on 9/23/2016. They asked for Supplier Confirmation number and Booking Reference which I gave to them. They made me repeat it several times before telling me that we hvae no reservation in their company. I then told them that it was booked through Viator and they told me that they never heard of that company before. I have booked the shared arrival at the same time and that was a very good experience but apparently a different company and no Julia Travel.
This trip does not tell you that you will be picked up in Malaga at 6am for a 10am ferry because you will be picking people up all along the Costa del Sol. Not just on the main roads but pulling into residential areas to pick up people. In some towns stopping almost every block. 4 hours of picking up means another 4 hours on the bus return.
Doing what: Morocco Day Trip from Malaga to Tangier
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