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Full-Day Tour: Tangier from Seville provided by Naturanda Turismo Ambiental

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Full-Day Tour: Tangier from Seville

Full-Day Tour: Tangier from Seville
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Duration:
15h
Taking Covid-19 safety measures
Group size:
30
Service animals allowed
Ticket type:
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Free cancellation
  • Duration:
    15h
  • Taking Covid-19 safety measures
  • Group size:
    30
  • Service animals allowed
  • Ticket type:
    Mobile
  • Free cancellation
About
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  • Duration: 15h
  • Mobile tickets accepted
  • Instant confirmation
Cancellation policy
  • For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
Available languages
English, Spanish
What to expect
Know before you go
  • Duration: 15h
  • Mobile tickets accepted
  • Instant confirmation
Available languages
English, Spanish
Cancellation policy
  • For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
What to expect
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Important information
Inclusions
  • Ferry
  • All taxes
  • Lunch
  • Local professional guide
  • Pickup and drop-off service (please provide your accommodation details in writing)
  • Entry/Admission - Hercules Cave
  • Entry/Admission - Medina of Tangier
Exclusions
  • Extra food and drinks
  • Gratuities
Duration
15h
Departure details
  • C. Trajano, 6, 41002 Sevilla, Spain Calle Trajano, 6, Seville, Spain at 7:15 am. Times are subject to traffic conditions. * Please, always contact the local service provider for pick up and drop off services, providing your accommodation details.
  • Hotel Don Paco, Pl. Padre Jerónimo de Córdoba, 4, 41003 Sevilla, Spain Hotel Don Paco, Plaza Padre Jerónimo de Córdoba at 7:10 am. Times are subject to traffic conditions. * Please, always contact the local service provider for pick up and drop off services, providing your accommodation details.
  • C. Rastro, 12a, 41004 Sevilla, Spain Calle Rastro, 12a at 7:00 am. Times are subject to traffic conditions. * Please, always contact the local service provider for pick up and drop off services, providing your accommodation details.
Additional information
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Full name and passport number of each traveller (you must bring your passport with you on the day of the tour).
  • Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Service animals allowed
  • Near public transportation
  • Infant seats available
  • All visa requirements are the sole responsibility of the traveler. Local service provider will not give information about any processes.
  • Travellers should have a moderate physical fitness level
  • IMPORTANT FOR YOUR TRIP TO TANGIER : Covid Vaccination Certificate with 2 or 3 valid doses (less than 9 months since last vaccination). If this is not the case, you must be PCR negative. PCR valid for 48 h. You must complete an official health form.Those over 12 years of age must have their vaccination certificate.
  • This experience requires good weather. If it’s cancelled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund
  • This experience requires a minimum number of travellers. If it’s cancelled because the minimum isn’t met, you’ll be offered a different date/experience or a full refund
  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 30 travellers
Inclusions
  • Ferry
  • All taxes
  • Lunch
  • Local professional guide
  • Pickup and drop-off service (please provide your accommodation details in writing)
  • Entry/Admission - Hercules Cave
  • Entry/Admission - Medina of Tangier
Exclusions
  • Extra food and drinks
  • Gratuities
Departure details
  • C. Trajano, 6, 41002 Sevilla, Spain Calle Trajano, 6, Seville, Spain at 7:15 am. Times are subject to traffic conditions. * Please, always contact the local service provider for pick up and drop off services, providing your accommodation details.
  • Hotel Don Paco, Pl. Padre Jerónimo de Córdoba, 4, 41003 Sevilla, Spain Hotel Don Paco, Plaza Padre Jerónimo de Córdoba at 7:10 am. Times are subject to traffic conditions. * Please, always contact the local service provider for pick up and drop off services, providing your accommodation details.
  • C. Rastro, 12a, 41004 Sevilla, Spain Calle Rastro, 12a at 7:00 am. Times are subject to traffic conditions. * Please, always contact the local service provider for pick up and drop off services, providing your accommodation details.
Duration
15h
Return details
  • Returns to original departure point
Additional information
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Full name and passport number of each traveller (you must bring your passport with you on the day of the tour).
  • Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Service animals allowed
  • Near public transportation
  • Infant seats available
  • All visa requirements are the sole responsibility of the traveler. Local service provider will not give information about any processes.
  • Travellers should have a moderate physical fitness level
  • IMPORTANT FOR YOUR TRIP TO TANGIER : Covid Vaccination Certificate with 2 or 3 valid doses (less than 9 months since last vaccination). If this is not the case, you must be PCR negative. PCR valid for 48 h. You must complete an official health form.Those over 12 years of age must have their vaccination certificate.
  • This experience requires good weather. If it’s cancelled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund
  • This experience requires a minimum number of travellers. If it’s cancelled because the minimum isn’t met, you’ll be offered a different date/experience or a full refund
  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 30 travellers
Travel safe during COVID-19
Last updated: 11 May 2022
A note from Full-Day Tour: Tangier from Seville
Covid Vaccination Certificate with 2 or 3 valid doses (less than 9 months since last vaccination). If this is not the case, you must be PCR negative. PCR valid for 48 h. You must complete an official health form.Those over 12 years of age must have their vaccination certificate.
What you can expect during your visit
  • Hand sanitiser available to travellers and staff
  • Transportation vehicles regularly sanitised
  • Face masks required for guides in public areas
What you can expect during your visit
  • Hand sanitiser available to travellers and staff
  • Transportation vehicles regularly sanitised
  • Face masks required for guides in public areas
  • Face masks required for travellers in public areas
  • Social distancing enforced throughout experience
Itinerary
  • You’ll have 3 starting options
    See Important Information for details
  • 1
    Cape Spartel
    Stop: 20 minutes
    See details
  • 2
    Hercules Cave
    Stop: 15 minutes - Admission included
    See details
  • 3
    Medina of Tangier
    Stop: 60 minutes - Admission included
    See details
  • You'll return to the starting point
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Detailed Reviews: Reviews order informed by descriptiveness of user-identified themes such as cleanliness, atmosphere, general tips and location information.

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Eddy M
Long Beach, CA5 contributions
Feb. 2020
So glad I did this tour. Isaac and Rashid were beyond amazing. Two of the most amazing people I’ve ever met They were personable, outgoing, and very knowledgeable. They were always making sure that everyone was happy and satisfied, and that our needs were taken care of. I do wish that the camel ride was a little more inclusive. I would have been willing to pay a little more for a 10-15 minute ride along the beach, but the experience was worth it.
All in all, by the time I made it back to my hotel, I felt as if I was saying goodbye to family, and not just a couple of tour guides. I cannot thank Isaac and Rashid enough, for an amazing tour experience.
This really made my 50th birthday trip something extra special!
Written 22 February 2020
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Naturanda
Dear eddymN346CI, Thank you very much for your time writing this complete review about the Tangier tour from Seville. We are very glad you enjoyed the experience in this important date. We hope to see you soon! Atentamente, Pablo
Written 24 February 2020
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Karen K
Ironwood, MI64 contributions
Mar. 2019 • Family
We were picked up at a hotel from a smaller bus and we drove all the way to Tarifa. Our guide on the Spain side was Lupita, she also joined us for the day in Tangier. The boarding of the train was smooth and easy with no problems, don't forget your passport!!!! The Ferry ride was nice, although on the way back, there were some rough seas, many got seasick, but my daughter and myself were ok. When we reached Tangier, we met our guide for the day, Rashid. He was a pure delight!!!! His knowledge and history of the city were excellent!!!! The lunch was very good. I know there have been some negative comments about going to the hand woven material shop and the pharmacy spice/argon oil shop.....but if you really think about it, where do most big attractions have their exit....to the gift shop, so it is all relative. My daughter and I enjoyed the hand woven materials, and the pharmacy stop was a welcome stop to rest our feet, plus we learned a bit about the history of argon oil etc.... the views are spectacular when driving over to the other side of Tangier the ocean views are spectacular, the camel ride is nice, although short, and the cave is very nice. Had I went alone with my daughter and wandered around, we would have never seen the sights and learned the history that our guide Rashid showed us, he is one of a kind. The last couple of hours you can walk around and shop at your leisure. You can pay for items in euros, dollars, or dirham, so no need to exchange money at the ferry to dirhams. I highly recommend this tour, it is a long day, but definitely worth the early hours and arriving late in the evening.
Written 14 April 2019
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Toves
San Antonio, TX6 contributions
Nov. 2019
The biggest selling point for my wife and I was the opportunity to visit a continent that we otherwise would not ever visit in our lifetime. In terms of pickup and dropoff, there are no complaints as both locations were close to our hotel. The meet-up in the morning is tough because it is quite early (7:15am) but the ride out to Tarifa is quiet as everyone is asleep or resting for the long day ahead.

Our tour guide helped us by working with the ferry company on attaining our tickets. At that point, he leaves, which could be room for improvement on this tour. It's one thing if the tour guide can't work in Africa but leaving a group of people on their own can be intimidating. Luckily, our tour group bonded while drinking coffee and having pastries prior to boarding so we agreed to look out for one another. The ferry passport control is a mess but you need to get in line and wait it out as otherwise, you won't be able to get into Morocco. Some people did wait in line for most of the ferry trip but that was because they didn't get and stay in line to begin with. From there, you enter Morocco and Rashid meets you and guides you to the tour bus. He was funny and amiable but also upfront about taking us to the stores in the afternoon as he received a commission from the sales. The bus tour around the city was nice but definitely not enough time to take pictures in the more scenic of views. Lunch was chaotic and you get crammed in a small place but otherwise, it was good. The toughest thing was it rained after lunch so we had to walk around the city in the rain. Rashid did his best to find covered areas to keep everyone out fo the rain which was appreciated. After the visits to the shops, we had an hour or so to tour the area on our own. Personally, I had no issue with that as I was over the peddlers and there were a lot of shady characters around the area. The tour group noticed that there were many men out and very few women so it can be something to keep an eye out for though this is a cultural adjustment to say the least. Overall, good trip but do note that the drive back to Seville does not stop anywhere so you either buy something in Tangier to eat on the ferry or buy food on the ferry. We got back after 11pm in Seville so that is something to keep in mind as well if you wait to eat.

One last thing, I've seen it mentioned throughout of the many peddlers and the trips to the cloth store and "pharmacy". This tour is to a third world country and the peddlers and store reps will do their annoying best to sell you their products. You don't have to buy anything but just understand they're trying to make money like anyone else in the world. If it's not something you feel you can handle, don't take the trip because otherwise, you'll write a bad review of your misery during the tour.
Written 14 November 2019
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Catherine O
County Cork, Ireland7 contributions
Jan. 2020 • Family
Really looked forward to this day trip from Seville.
Time was pushed back to 6:10 am
Instead of ferry going to Tangier it went to a Spanish city in Africa so we had to go through both Spanish and Moroccan custom borders. Nearly two hours stuck on bus at borders. Were taken to a different town and rushed through the Medina with a stranger who met up with our guide and a photographer. No chance to see anything, unable to stop to look about. We and were taken to a "craftmans house" read forced to sit through a Carpet sales pitch. We had to pay the old man who joined us and buy 3 unwanted photos taken by the photographer before we moved onto Tangier. Also a visit to the Sultans Palace was a look at it from 100 metres from behind a steel fence with armed guards, less than thrilling. Finally got to Tangier at 3:30 five hours later than promised. Drove through the city then whisked through the market before we were told we were going to see a very important spice shop. Again we were led unwillingly into the back of a pharmacy where a guy started his sales pitch for Argon oil skin cream and oil. Tedious to say the least. No one had any interest, that's not what we'd paid almost €400 for. We finally got 25 minutes to browse the shops and buy our souvenirs. Yes 25 minutes. When asked about the camel rides the guide told my husband you'd need a two day trip for that
So the trip in a nutshell

2 hours minibus -Seville to Ferry
1 hour ferry ride
50 mins stuck on a bus at customs
1 hour to first town
Frog marched around Medina, forced to watch carpet sales pitch, no time to look around
1 hour bus trip to Tangier
Marched around market and forced to watch another sales pitch
20 mins free time
Over 2 1/2 hours back to port with about 1 hour stuck on unmoving bus at customs again.
1 hour ferry to Spain
2 hour minibus to Seville
No Caves of Hercules
No camel ride, we didn't even see a camel.
Exhausting and frustrating day, oh the highlight was two boys stowed away on our bus and had to be turned out along the road. I emailed the company next day about how dissatisfied and disappointed we were but I've heard nothing back.
Written 10 January 2020
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Naturanda
Dear 551catherineo, First of all, thank you very much for your time writing this complete and long review. In Naturanda we like to know the opinion of all customers because this way we can improve our services. For us, customer satisfaction is the most important. The day after the tour we understood perfectly your disagreement, and that is why we proceeded with a refund. The different town you talked about and you visited is Tetouan, one of the most beautiful and important cities of all Morocco. What is more, in our tour program which you can read when you booked, Sultan Palace is not included. During the free time you are able to visit it. Sorry for any incovenience caused in the tour changes. We hope the rest of your holidays were great. Sincerely, Pablo
Written 5 February 2020
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Tricia808
25 contributions
We found this trip on TripAdvisor and booked it because I had never been to Morocco before. The experience itself was amazing! But I felt they took advantage of us being on a guided tour group. Peter our driver seemed a little frazzled. He picked us up at our hotel and went and picked up 2 other people. They really should offer coffee or some kind of breakfast like croissants or something easily eaten on the shuttle. They pick you up very early and 2 hours to get the ferry. They take you to Tarifa to catch the ferry to go to Tangier. It was a little unorganized.
Just to be able to go to Morocco was awesome! They do show you some nice places like Hercules Cave and the countryside. At the Hercules Cave be prepared to have to pay to use the restroom. There was a lady sitting there and won’t let you use it unless you pay here.
They also stop to let everyone ride camels for 2 euros each. That was really fun!
Then they take you into the town and we ate at Mamounia Palace. The English speaking group was a group of 6. They separated us from the other group and put us in a huge room all by ourselves and made us sit crammed into one corner. My boyfriend went to sit on other side of table to give everyone more room. The restaurant staff got mad and didn’t want him to sit there. Then our tour guide-Rashid got in an argument with him and told us that “we should listen to him and do what he said not the restaurant man!” Rashid left us there alone for the whole meal. The meal itself was ok nothing memorable. It was really strange!
Then they take you on a tour of the town. He said we would eventually be able to do some shopping. This is where the tour went from ok to terrible. Rashid took us to a fabric making shop and a rug making shop, pharmacy and finally a souvenir shop. All of these places we were left for awhile alone while the shop keepers did a presentation and then tried to get us to buy stuff. It was a high pressure sales tactic. Some of our group did buy things. After at the souvenir shop the shop worker said he was not going to pressure us that was not how he worked. My boyfriend did buy a wooden box and a mirror. After Rashid said we could go on our own and to meet him in a half hour back at this meeting spot. We went into a few different stores and found almost the same items at a 1/4 of the cost. Obviously, we were taken advantage of, by our tour guide.
I feel that if we had just taken the ferry ourselves and then went into the town and looked around it would have been a better experience. I guess you wouldn’t have been able to tour the countryside or been able to ride the camels but you might have ate at a better restaurant and not got ripped off by the shops!
My advice would be to not buy where they take you to on the tour and to buy things when you are able to go on your own.
We had to wait a very long time to board and once we got to Tarifa it was a VERY LONG WAIT to go through the port! They should stop somewhere to get something to eat even if it is just on the shuttle. We had to ask Peter to
make a stop at a gas station.
The pictures I got were worth it and to say I have been to Tangier but I definitely wouldn’t go on this tour again!
Written 1 January 2018
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WorldTravelNut_713
Houston, TX41 contributions
May 2018 • Solo
This was my first and last trip to Morocco. There were only few of us traveling. The driver didn’t speak English but very nice and courteous. He dropped us off in Tariffa to meet another agent who messed up my boarding pass. Told us in a hurry on what to do when we get on board. This was when the problem started. We had to pretty much lined up and stood to get our passport stamped 30 minutes out of about 45 minutes ferry ride on our own. When we got off the ferry we met with Rasheed, a kind local guide who took us to the old town. I had a slightly mobility issues and my sugar levels were constantly dropping (T1D issue). We finally ended up in this weaving place where I spent way too much money for what I get. The shopkeeper took advantage of me being in low bg and confused. It’s the most money that I will spend in this country. I would not go back. This was supposed to be the introduction to the country as I was planning to go to tour the other cities in the country.

Rasheed took the other folks to other shops. Meal at this Manamouth place is basic nothing to brag about. The rests of the trip was not enjoyable now that my sugar level is back normal and €400 short. Disappointed for being taken advantage of on a trip that’s so not worth to go. Was disappointed with Viator. This was the worst tour I had with Viator. Get better tour agents that will protect your customers.
Written 7 May 2018
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Alexander A
1 contribution
Sep. 2018 • Couples
My girlfriend booked this trip as a curious get away to ride some camels and see "Africa" We were so excited to visit this exotic location and got home pissed, tired, and disappointed.

I'll break this review into two components (Good and Bad).

Good:
● Transportation (there were about thirty of us from multiple pick-up points)
● Bus to and from Tarifa, Ferry to and from Tangier, and Tour-bus were well organized and on-time.
●The initial experience of Tangier is breath-taking. My first impression was the place felt like the Los Angeles of North Africa with a mixture of ethnicity, languages, and religions.
● The tour did not deviate from the description
-we got to ride camels for Two Euros
-lunch was served in a local restaurant
-the guide gave a great background of the city and history
-we saw palaces and the cave of Hercules

Bad:
● Restroom Tax - unless you're in a restaurant be prepared to pay some retired person guarding the bathroom one euro to take a piss. I tried to move quickly through the bathroom seeking no assistance from the grungy bathroom attendant and found the exit blocked by this dude (making me a prisoner unless I paid) wanting me to pay him! REALLY ANNOYING and you'll soon discover that this tour is a huge shakedown for money
● Lunch - Yes lunch was covered and a great culture experience but the b-a-s-t-a-r-d-s wanted us to pay for drinks! Be ready for this as its not mentioned and these dudes are not sincere about wanting to charge you 1,50 Euro per drink! The workers will get in your face for the money! So rude!
● Lunch MUSIC - So in addition to paying for drinks be prepared to tip the musicians. The music isn't great but adds to the ambiance - but still not included, there goes another few Euros.
● Camel ride is cool but short you literally travel in a small circle with a 75 Meter diameter. You don't travel anywhere on camel-back.
● "Spices" and Argan Oil Presentation - I was under the impression that there would be a cool market of spices and tour of a factory where they process Argan Oil. NOPE couldn't be further from the truth. You're basically lead to a white room (I seriously felt like this is the location where kidneys are removed from kidnapped tourists). Then some dude (who was polite) basically gives a sales pitch that was Amway-esque. Don't stay for the presentation save yourself the claustrophobia and go outside.
● The Market - this place is what you expect of guys giving a poor person facade begging you to buy their merchandise. This culture has no appreciation for personal space and will follow-you as you make your way through the market. We expected and were prepaid for this but the tour abruptly ends here and they leave you alone feeding you to the wolves for 90 minutes. Seriously 90 minutes! If you actually intend to buy knock-off merchandise or a souvenir negotiate a price walk out of the market arrange your money then go back. Do not whip out your purse or wallet in the market!
● The tour was very anti-climatic ending after the market. It starts with so much promise but you will find yourself mercifully exhausted by vendors, hustlers, bathroom attendants, and a shakedown waitstaff.
● Time - we were picked up at 7:30 AM and didn't make it back to our room until midnight! Be prepared for this not to mention exhaustion the following day. We lost nearly 48 hours of valuable vacation time in Spain.
● Tour Guide - Our guide was smart, spoke English, and shared a wealth of information. Don't be fooled by what's actually taking place. This tour is designed to make money and shake you down for all you got. The guide is basically a promoter taking you through restaurants, spice markets, camel rides, and markets designed to take your money! He didn't even ask for a tip (so you know he was getting something on the back-end from the vendors.
Written 17 September 2018
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viviylee
Brooklyn, NY2 contributions
Sep. 2018 • Couples
Booked tour to tangier Morocco. At time of pickup 7am by Naturanda, the tour guide notified us that due to windy conditions, we will instead take a ferry to Tetouan, which we were told it would be a similar experience. Trusted and went along. Quickly realized we were deceived and the tour we got was of inferior quality. Let me count the ways:

1. Customs into and out of Morocco was chaotic and shady
2. Spent all of our time being rushed through a Medina (very poor conditions) and then quickly walked passed the king’s palace in town and then back on the ferry
3. Shocked the lunch we were provided was terribly bland as there were spices being sold everywhere. A drink was not included with lunch and why not? Seems so silly considering the cost of the tour itself!
4. They did take the time to have us sit down to listen to two “presentations” from a rug seller and pharmacy. Uncomfortable pressure felt to purchase from them
5. Definitely no camel ride or stunning views
6. We planned to tip the tetouan tour guide but when he demanded a “paper tip” as we left the bus, I felt disgusted and used
7. Felt unsafe for entire trip in morocco and finally relieved to be on the ferry back to spain

It is not enough to just have an alternative tour when windy conditions prevented us from going to Tangier. Naturanda took no responsibility when I communicated my dissatisfaction. Instead they tried to spin it and say they gave me advance notice of the change. By advance do you mean minutes before the trip?!

The tour should have been cancelled and issued a refund. Instead they wasted $$$ and more importantly 16 hours of my life. This is purely to make money off of tourists. The only redeeming quality was our tour guide Carlos who made the best of the unfavorable conditions with his kindness and humor.
Written 5 October 2018
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MYT
NI23 contributions
Oct. 2019
What a great way to experience a different culture. Think they forgot to put shock absorbers in the bus so the trip to and from the boat was a bit bumpy but apart from that the trip was excellent. The old town of Tangier is a mix of sights, noise and smells. Despite being a bit wary, the lunch was good, even for the more fussy eaters. All in all worth the day trip.
Written 10 October 2019
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RuthVSq
Daytona Beach, FL12 contributions
Sep. 2018 • Couples
The guides were very nice. We had Frederico in the bus who took us to the ferry and took care of the paperwork. He was super nice. All was done very expediently.
The Moroccan guide was Rashid, who was from there, spoke 7 languages, and was super super nice and funny. He knew everybody at every corner of each alleyway.
The tour itself was just very touristy and definitely to get you to buy.
A rug factory, nice to see for all the colors. A pharmacy, very sterile and empty looking, stay outside, waste of time.
The nice things were a short visit to Hercules cave, where there was no explanation or "tour", we just all went in the cave and took pictures for half an hour. Then the camel ride, 2 minutes (literally) for 2 Euros. Great for a quick picture and so you can say that you were on a camel. If interested, buy the "embroidered" shirts from the guys there. Only 1-2 Euros, the same ones were over 20 Euros in town. We kicked ourselves after the tour for that.
The walk through the winding tiny alleyways with Rashid was interesting, but only because we engaged him with several questions. Otherwise not much info. He also took us to a snake charmer, who was set up in a parking lot, no music, and got the snake out of the basket for about 5 minutes. It was so unromantic, and of course we all had to tip him.
Lunch was covered, but very disappointing. We were all crammed into a small room, with musicians in costume, which was nice. They offered drinks (water and coke) left and right, and at the end everybody found out that it was an extra 1.50 Euro for each bottle. The food was couscous with some veggies, some soup, chicken on a stick, and a cookie at the end. For being in Morocco, we expected to be overwhelmed with spices and all sorts of good interesting flavors. The couscous was pretty bland and nothing to write home about. We ended up not eating a lot, because we wanted to try some street food. It was actually hard to not only find street food, but also to get Rashid to stop long enough for us to get some. We used the last 45 minutes that we had for ourselves to try some fresh fish and fresh brain, which was fried up for us on the spot, and definitely worthwhile.
On the way back the ferry was late (not sure why, maybe Rashid got us there early?), and then the long bus ride back brought us home at around midnight. The bus was super comfortable.
All in all, very expensive for what it really is in hindsight, but hey, will you ever get to Morocco again?
Written 10 October 2018
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Excellent tour
We spend good time in this tour with our guide Cristina Osuna. She is an lovely person who know all secrets of Sev
DRKIOUSIS9
DRKIOUSIS9
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Private walking tour in Seville City Center
What a tour! The town, the feeling, the walk, the history, the tour guide (Patricia)... Every aspect of this adv
GodarasA
GodarasA
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Seville old city tour
Our guide Patricia was wonderful. Very detailed tour, we learned a lot of interesting facts and we were never bored
msu_mom
msu_mom
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Great tour
We had a wonderful tour on Saturday, April 23rd. We opted to get there on our own from Seville and meet the guide a
Peggy B
Peggy B
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Definitely Recommend
Definitely worth booking a tour guide for the Alcazar and the Cathedral. They are both beautiful places and you cou
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