The personalized tour by Ms. Cristina Brito was remarkably impressive even though there was a little drizzle which eventually tapered off. Inspite of being a Sunday and the usual places being closed, we had the luck of seeing a 1920's movie filming set, an opportune religious celebration procession and a taste of good sushi since the tapas restaurants were closed. We also had a conversation with a NATO guard on duty and of course picture taking. The elevator building in the center of town was a unique experience.
Isabel R USA
Deborah B USA
Our guide was a nice smart young lady but four solid hours of walking ending at a Restaurant on our own was exhausting. Maybe because we are all "middle aged" we all felt a slightly slower pace(often times our guide was over a block ahead) would have been great. Only one time did she wait for us to cross the street with her and the pace was so fast I really can't tell you more then three things of interest we saw. It was all a blur. I am a travel agent and would be very careful who I recommended this tour to.
Jelle Y South Africa
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