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This is a good tour for cruisers in port for the day. We did have a hard time finding our tour guide at the designated spot. It was Palm Sunday, which is a very crowded day in Cadiz. She might start carrying a sign or bringing a bike with her when meeting her group, as we were about to give up, thinking our guide was a no-show. Being Palm Sunday, the crowded conditions caused us to walk our bikes through some parts of the tour, we temporarily lost one couple of slow bikers, but our guide did manage to keep us all together. Our guide spoke charming English, easy enough to understand, and imparted plenty of local facts and legends, with emphasis on the pride that the people of Cadiz feel in their city and customs. The supplied bikes were standard 3-speed, rugged and worn, but serviceable. This is a good tour for those wanting to quickly explore the city's historical highlights with spare time afterwards for exploring on their own.
Was a breathtaking look at Cadiz from a locals point of view, filled with interesting ancient story and #39;s too more recent ones. We did the tour at 8 so wasn and #39;t too hot and the streets were practically empty, making it a serial experiance.
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