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We were on a Riviera travel coach tour throughout Andalucia which included three days in the beautiful city of Seville. Part of our visit included a two hour panoramic tour of the city in the coach we were travelling in. This terminated close to the...More
It was pretty good. Perfect for when you’re hot and tired and need a cool breeze and some pretty scenery. If you’re looking to do something cool and exciting, I’d skip it. But as a break from a long day of exploring, it’s a pretty...More
Like most of the recent reviews, other than getting some time on the water there is very little value in this cruise. Production line money making machine for the owners who don’t take any interest in their customers. The city still has a lot to...More
While its nice to sit on a boat for a while on a sunny day in Seville, the family decided it was a bit of a waste of time. Some of the bridges are nice but you dont really see much.
The commentary was rubbish.
We took this boat rip as part of a city tour and were thoroughly annoyed that our time was wasted in such a glorious city.
The boats are tacky, dingy with sticky plastic chairs. Punters crammed in, visibility is limited by rows and rows of...More
The tour on the riverboat costs 17 euros. If all you want is a trip on the river, then great, if you want a tour with a lot of detail and great sights to see, don't bother. The commentary is in multiple languages and it...More
I was much looking forward to this cruise down the river in Seville...how wrong I was !!!!!!
The brochure made it sound absolutely unmissable......
As we were boarding a young boy who was leaving after the previous tour said to his parents “ it was...More
A bit of a limp experience this: nice to see Seville from the river in the early evening, but that's basically it. The audio commentary, especially in English, is profoundly limited. We're told that a unremarkable looking bridge is "in the Guinness Book of Records"...More