Santa Cruz, Seville
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Overall rating

4.5 / 5

based on 4,776 reviews

The guide was great: lots of information presented in an often amusing manner but was actually very well presented material. We had a problem with the tickets which were ordered online. When we got to the meeting place (a place where you could buy tickets) they had no knowledge of us. We had to wait around until someone came who managed to sort it out (the reason was that the guide had been delayed but it took quite a while, maybe 15 minutes, to sort it out) The young woman who came was lovely but it felt a bit disorganised. She took us from the shop to the Alcazar where we had to wait again for the guide. After she arrived all went very well and I would recommend it.

Thank you very much Raoul was an excellent guide, very enthusiastic . He shared a lot of information with us on the history of Seville ,architecture etc . Without that background the buildings of Alcázar would not have that much meaning to us. He has great sense of humor and was especially patient also with our 2 young kids. Also he spent extra time with us , more than required and for that we are especially grateful. Thank you for a wonderful experience!

The activity was all in all excellent. Supreme and very profi guide 'Monserat', good English speaking with great transmissibilty and knowledge. On time with good equipment. Naturanda is for sure a recommended tour guides office!! The best guidance we had in Spain by far.

It was awesome. Reyes is very knowledgeable and extremely funny. The combined tour is so long it would be nice if we could be taken for lunch in between, since most English speaking guests are lost when it comes to that

Maria was an excellent guide. She spoke English very well and was very knowledgeable. We met on time and I highly recommend getyourguide. A guide is necessary to understand the complex history of this site.