Walls of Avila
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What people are saying about Walls of Avila

Overall rating
4.4 / 5
based on 958 reviews

Both locations are well worth visiting. The bus was comfortable and we got to see quite a lot. Sylvia was the guide and she was really friendly and knowledgeable and was really easy to understand. Her English was perfect and she catered for both Spanish and English speaking guests. The group was quite a bit older and slower then I would have liked so I think we could have done more but we still managed to see enough. Really lovely tour.

Excellent - organisation was clear at the office we met in. The coach was clean and comfortable. Our guide Beatrice was really clear with her English and had a lovely calm tone. The tours were well organised and covered all the main points and places .Avila being so high in the mountains was extremely cold .We didn’t opt for lunch included as we preferred to spend that time at our leisure or they wasn’t a lot of free time .

The bus was good. Very clean and good for viewing. Everything left on time. The tapas was bad. Almost inedible, and very poor service. Do not add them to your program. The monuments part of the program all good. Defiantly do them in the program. The sound system that the guide used was bad. The company needs to upgrade. The static was unbearable at times. You had to stand right next to him to eliminate the static.

Full-Day Avila and Segovia Tour from Madrid Reviewed by

We very much enjoyed our trip to Ávila and Segovia yesterday. The guide was very very knowledgeable and could answer all questions. We were disappointed that the guide had both Spanish and English guests that she had to interpret for. As guests it made the tour less personal as it was a bilingual tour. We do understand that this is not high season and therefore the need for a bilingual tour.

From Madrid: Ávila with Walls & Segovia Full-Day Tour Reviewed by

Worth noting the tour is conducted in both Spanish and English... so lots of standing around while the guide repeats the same information in another language. Normally wouldn’t be a problem, but given how cold it was on the tour, it would have been better to move faster with the walking tour and maybe consider conducting separate tours for English and Spanish in future.

Madrid: Tour of Avila & Salamanca Reviewed by