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.
Fantastic tour! Dali museum is tge best and so worth visiting. I'm so glad i went other wise i would have missed this amazing place.Reviewed by: Yui c, November 2013
Carlos the trip guide made a big impact. For this reason was his signature catch phrase.Reviewed by: KnL, October 2013
What a wonderful day! The tour guide on the bus was informative. Loved seeing "Venice" - I mean Girona. The tour guide was super. Only criticism was that she always spoke in Spanish first, then English. This would not have been a problem except that many of the people who listened and understood the Spanish would then start to talk, making it difficult for us to hear/understand what was being said. Fiqueres was interesting, but Dalhi was definitely strange!Reviewed by: Marilyn L, October 2013
Great tour, but a very long day and a lot of time on the bus. The tour is definitely worth doing if you have the time and like Dali, but you spend several hours on the bus, and they didn't inform us that there are multiple pick up spots. The bus was mostly full before they picked my group up, so I didn't get to sit by my husband which was not very pleasant considering the 4 hours we spent on it. There were actually several arguments on the bus between passengers regarding who sat where (which was worse because of the many languages that were spoken and lack of understanding). I would recommend assigned seats for future tours.Reviewed by: Allison B, USA, October 2013
The main issue was the Girona guide. The one on the coach spoke reasonably good English but did not really speak that much. The guide at Girona once she discovered that there were Spanish speakers on the tour that did not speak English, spoke in a mixture of Spanish and English almost interpreting sentence by sentence. As her English was not that great the narrative was disjointed and difficult to follow.. We booked an English speaking tour and therefore expected a tour with a guide who spoke English.Reviewed by: alan, October 2013