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This is a rip off from the most basic needs to the point of getting good information.
What do you want to know from this type of tour? Where to get off to see the items of interest to you! Well you will not get...More
A good way to see the city and its attractions if you dont fancy walking. As it says it is hop on hop off, which I do suggest in order to get to see of the attractions properly. There arn't many good photo opportunities from...More
Really fantastic tour. It takes about 1 hour and 20 minutes. Is a hop on and off bus, but we did the 21:15 tour and stayed all the way round. There are headphones and you can listen to commentary as you go round. We saw...More
Ditto the last review. Ancient buses which threatened to give you carbon monoxide poisoning if you sit downstairs in 40c heat when it's just too hot to be in the open top deck. Bone rattling to the point where you couldn't hear the terrible commentary...More
We were reduced to hysterics by the end of this tour. The old double decker bus stank of diesel, it rattled so much it might loosen your fillings, the narrative (in English via headset) often did not match with the sights/sites in front of us....More
We bought tickets for the tour, for €18 each we thought was a good price.
We done the day bus tour, we sat upstairs and really enjoyed it, lots of stops and we learned a lot. The commentary is pretty poor and you can here...More
We got talked into this as they offered two days for the price of one and we thought it would be useful to get around. Unfortunately most of Seville is pedestrianised so the bus only skirts the perimeter. The worst thing about this tour though...More
Although cheap, this bus tour is also pretty short. I think the total tour is just over an hour. They have all the different languages - I recommend bringing your own ear buds instead of using the crappy ear buds they hand out. The hotels...More
We nearly always take Red Bus Tours when they are available. The Cost of €18 per person seems a little steep but you quickly get a good orientation and get to see the city parts on the other side of the river which you may...More
We usually use the red hop on and off. However we were talked into purchasing the tickets by a ticket vendor in the street. We went round twice. Once to get our bearings and the other to hop off. 2 different buses. 2 different commentaries....More