Here is a selection of the most recent reviews of the Girona, Figueres and Dali Museum Day Trip from Barcelona submitted by actual travelers. Read what travelers liked, what they loved, and what they thought could be improved.
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The sites were interesting. The local guide was very good. I enjoyed the whole day.Reviewed by: SHERRY M, November 2013
An fine day with excellent tour guides and enough free time to walk about both cities a bit. I would recommend it highlyReviewed by: John H, November 2013
A great tour with cool guides (the one in the bus and the one in Girona). The places are beautiful, you get all the information you need and get an answer to every question. I personally think that the time given to the group in girona could be made longer... Once you end the tour with the guide, you realize you really have a very few time left to have a quick lunch and to return to the other places to take pics.Reviewed by: Seif B, Spain, January 2014
Very good except babies under 3 years old should not be allowed.Reviewed by: William O, January 2014
First of all I was a little surprised to find myself on a bus with 50 other people. When we got to Girona we were divided into two groups, one English and one Spanish. The Spanish group had about 15 and the English group about 35 which is way too large of a group to effectively hear the guide. I was disappointed in the guide. She didn't have much enthusiasm for her subject. One of the things listed to see was the Arabian baths. The guide pointed out the building but that was it. On the other hand, the Dali Museum was great, very interesting. The male guide on the bus did an introduction at the museum which was good, but now we had 50 people trying to hear what he had to say. The museum was fairly busy and it's hard to insert 50 people into one area. This tour needs to be much smaller. I know it wasn't a private tour but 50 was way too many to be effective.Reviewed by: debramcdonald, April 2014