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Optez pour l'excursion de l'offre combinée Madrid avec un rapport qualité-prix incomparable ! Passez la matinée à Madrid pour explorer ses attractions au cours d'une visite en autocar. Cette excursion est une présentation parfaite des célèbres sites de Madrid, de la Gran Via et du Castellana jusqu'aux célèbres Plaza de España, Puerta del Sol et Puerta de Alcalá. Puis rendez-vous à Tolède dans l'après-midi, la capitale médiévale espagnole qui recèle de nombreux trésors de l’art d'El Greco. Vous découvrirez une ville superbe, riche de son architecture incroyable, tandis que vous vous promènerez dans ses petites rues pavées avec votre guide.
The first part of the tour which is Madrid is a joke. They take you to a few streets for like 2 hours and that's it. Total waste of time. Don't take the Madrid tour. The second part Toledo is better. It is a beautiful city and the tour is very informative and interesting; however, I have never seen a tour guide more disinterested than this guy Jorge. My god, we had to put coins in him to get him to move or talk. He could not care less if someone fell behind, or had questions, or anything. He was checked out. I think he has been doing this for over 20 years so he was fed up. Time for him to retire and allow new people to take over. Overall an OK tour.I would not highly recommend it.
the Panoramic Madrid Sightseeing Tour was worthwhile because it took us to interesting parts of the city, such as the business district, that we would not have seen otherwise. The tour guide had a pretty strong accent, however, and wasn't very friendly. Furthermore, the stop at the Hard Rock Cafe for toilets and drinks was something of a rip-off. Most people thought they would get complimentary coffee, but after waiting in line were only eligible for soft drinks. So the majority went ahead and paid for coffee. Combined with those who bought Hard Rock T-shirts brought some profit to the Cafe, but not much to us.
Toledo, on the other hand, had an outstanding guide, and Toledo should not be missed.
Somewhat difficult to understand the bilingual guide. Also, took extra time, as this was a bilingual tour, not only in English. We could have done without the souvenir stops, and spent some more time at some of the sites. At half a day, it was a good overview of Toledo, but not educational enough.