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Visitez Grenade et l'Alhambra lors de cette excursion d'une journée au départ de Séville. Évitez les files d'attente au Palais de l'Alhambra lors de votre visite guidée qui inclut les palais Nasrides, l'Alcazabar, et les jardins du Generalife. Votre guide vous racontera l'histoire de la région le long du trajet. Si l'option est sélectionnée, terminez par une randonnée pédestre à l'Albaicin, le quartier maure blanchi à la chaux de la ville. Transfert depuis et vers l'hôtel inclus.
My guide was very energetic, which was a draw. The neighborhood tour was not very interesting, but I didn't see much else to do in the city during the allotted break., so I opted to pay 15 euros more. In the future, I think organizers should figure out how to arrange enough time for lunch as my group had less than an hour to eat before meeting our guide to go to Alhambra. Eleven of us were about 5-6 minutes late to meet our tour guide and she left us. We paid over 150 for this tour, traveled from Seville, didn't all speak Spanish fluently and were left on a hill in a neighborhood we were not familiar with. She provided us a card with her number, but when outreached to, she told us to take a taxi. It took 3 taxis and over 20 minutes of scared, upset travelers running around town to finally get a taxi. Ultimately, we ended up making it to Alhambra, meeting a new guide, and having a great tour, but this experience doesn't sit well with me. What if we didn't find taxis in time? What if we didn't have phones to call her? What if we couldn't find her at Alhambra? How would we have made it back to Seville? This is not good business. This was an extremely stressful situation that ultimately ended well, but in the future, organizers need to better think through these types of logistics. In all my years of travel, I have never seen a guide leave guests. Guests have been late or gotten lost, but not just left to fend for themselves.