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Beautiful town ,thank you for providing the train tramp around the town. Thank you
Wonderful trip. First class. Guide was extremely knowledgable and helpful. Have used your tours before and will do so again.
Paco was our tour guide and he was excellent and well organized. His driver was excellent too. Frigiliana was a cute white mountain town. No sights there, just the spotless whitewashed town. The caves nearby were very impressive if you don't mind 438 steps. Nerja's claim to fame is the impressive Balcony of Europe panoramic terrace above the town.
We appreciated the on time pick up and schedule.
A very nice tour and day.
Nerja is a cute beach town, worths the price of the tour. tour is smaller and only has a couple pickup points in Malaga. the cave is a good experience, recommend it, for a little more money, it worths the price. Frigiliana is also a cute mountain town with white washed house, wish we had and extra hr or more to climb to the top of the hill. the train tour in Frigiliana costs 3 euros is a bit hokey, don't recommend it. Rather use that time to explore the town on foot. overall, i enjoyed both Nerja and Frigiliana, reasonable for the tour. the tour guide is good, older gentleman, he repeat everything 5-6 times throughout the tour, i was well informed. the tour is a good mix of nature, culture, history and a little bit of adventure.
Again great tour Frigilana is a stunning little town and the Nerja Caves are amazing
I would love to have spent more time in both small towns, but for one day, this is a very good choice. Take the caves option for sure, as there is nothing like them.
Nerja and Frigiliana are very nice cities and the caves must be seen by everyone who is on holidays net to them. But the time spend in Frigiliana was a little too long. This time could have been spend in Nerja instead, for example.
Tour bus arrived 45 minutes late but the guide did give a good explanation as to why. The time was added on to the end of the tour too so nothing was missed out. Comfy bus and tour guide was friendly and personable.
Both the towns are really nice, the duration of tour was also appropriate. However, the tour guide mainly spoke in Spanish and not much in English so didn't get to know about the places that much. Also, the pick up point was slightly confusing.
For the option without the caves included it was just a bus ride from one place to another with information about what and at what time we are going to do. The price wasn and #39;t high tho so one shouldn and #39;t expect too much.
This was ok. The Nerja part was great only based upon the Cave tour...if not it is only the European Balacony for a view which we could have done without if we didn't include the Cave tour. The cave tour to me is what made this trip worth it. The Frigiliana part was good but only because of the train ride not included and it was a beautiful village for it's looks...reminded us of Greece.
Robert B USA
A good way to see some of the coastal area outside Malaga. The towns themselves are pretty but you could really see all you want in each town in an hour or less.
Nerja is a tourist town with a lot of shops and restaurants and a beautiful view of the sea. Unfortunately, I misunderstood the guide and missed the caves. Frigiliana is an atmospheric Moorish town and well worth the visit.
Nerja was a good place to hang out for a couple of hours with various restaurants and nice small shops for the hundreds of visitors. Frigiliana had very little to offer a visitor besides the usual bars in which to sit, but it padded out the day. The tour guide was quite boring as he repeated information about the trip in a variety of languages the whole time we were on the road. Very tiring.
The towns of Frijillana and Nerja are lovely towns. However, our tour guide was not informative, and did not interact with our group. Might be a better tour with another tour guide.
Skip this one and just take a day trip on your own to Nerjas, the cave was not very impressive and the town of Frigiliana was one street, no need to go there. However Nerjas was beautiful and well worth a visit but you needed to spend your time there and not the caves or the little village. Save your money and do it on your own!!!!!
Could not find the departure point unfortunately. Perhaps we were given incorrect directions from our hotel.
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Wow, this was a major disappointment! This coming from a person who has been on I think 3 previous Viator tours in Aix-en-Provence and gave them 5 star ratings, recommending Viator strongly to everyone. We all couldn't get enough of those tours and those guides! But this... wow, I still can't believe how horrible it was. The problem can easily be identified as: THE GUIDE. He was probably not a guide at all, probably some retired technician who did not like people and did not like tourism, but wanted to make an extra buck in the Semana Santa... He did not look at our faces, he did not introduce himself, he did not smile ONCE seriously!, he had a horrible accent in English and he had a weird way of explaining things - so much so that when we got off the bus there were about 40 of us staring at one another, not having the faintest idea what the hell we were doing and what time we'd do what.
The so-called guide just went on and on about geography lessons: how many km Frigiliana was from Malaga, Malaga from Nerja, Nerja from this and that and the sea etc... Not one crumb of useful information. Not the least bit of interesting stuff. No sharing Andalucian culture, history, nature, flora, fauna, no conversation, nothing at all!! As I said, with other tours and guides we all just hoped we had more time to listen to them talk about their culture and people and fun facts and recipes and art and so on. This guy we prayed he would just shut up. Sorry, but it's the truth.
For example, the caves in Nerja. A guide is supposed to give you information! He just strolled us around, and we had no idea what was awaiting us, at least not physically. I bulked at the last minute thinking it could be claustrophobic, but it wasn't - how was I supposed to know?!?
And the 2 hour difference: 5 hour tour?!? Try 7 hours. 9.40 pick-up from Malaga center, 16.40 drop-off. Are our 2 hours not valuable enough to inform us??
Horrible. I hope Viator works with more accredited guides.
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