Seville: 24-Hour Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Ticket
- Duration: 1 day
- Optional audio guide
per group up to 4
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members of our group used both the 24 hour and 48 hour tickets. The commentary on the tour was rather disappointing but everything was very clear and the stops clearly announced (contrary to some reviews I read) The 4 walking talks could not be done on the 24 hour but we did 3 of them on the 48 and they were outstanding - we chose not to do the Magellan. Our 3 guides were absolutely outstanding - Veronica dealt with a very large group of both Spanish and English speakers with great ease, Raphael took just the 6 of us and was tremendous and Alexandro took a small English speaking group superbly. These 3 walks alone were worth the money. However, we also used the free or reduced entrance to several sites and had our free beer in the market. Without doubt the 48 hour ticket was incredible value.
It was a good tour and well worth undertaking. There was free WIFI on the bus but we did not realise it until we left as we had not read the small print and there were not signs on the bus to inform you. Connecting the earphones provided for the tour to be conducted in your language was easy but there were no signs/instructions to tell you which channel to select. However, we would recommend that this tour is one of the first things you do if you are there for a few days as it will orientate you to the many wonderful sights. Although the bus passes the Placa D'Espania you really need to get off and explore it as it looks nothing from the bus viewpoint. On the other side it is indeed remarkable.
The bus was very great to see many attractions. We were able to take the tour with Alba. She was AMAZING! So kind and very informative. She gave us a thorough overview of the history of each moment and answered every question. If you want to see all of Sevilla in 1-2 days, this is your best bet!
Lots of pick up and drop off points , easy to find and staff very helpful. We went all the way round and then stayed on until we got to the castle. Had a look round and caught next bus back to town. As we didn't start until 1pm we could use it the following day as well.
We went on two bus routes the shorter one in the morning then did the 12pm walking tour of the old Jewish quarter. And then in the afternoon we did the longer bus route which over laps the shorter route. We were glad to do both.