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We aporeciated the 1 hour break from walking but there's not much to see from the river other than a few bridges. The expo area was interesting but the best bits of Seville aren't visible from the river. Not that expensive either.
We came across this cruise company's boats near the gold tower in Seville. There was a cruise every half hour and we were able to buy tickets for the next one without any problem, as it was not busy. The cruise was for one hour...More
While down by the river, we noticed boat trips were operating. We always love a trip on a boat so we decided to give it a go.
The boat sailed past a number of attractions including Plaza de Toros, Torre Banesto and Puente de la...More
This was a good way to spend an hour, the river is an excellent way to get your bearings and also to see things from a different angle.
Some stunning bridges, particularly the Puente del Alamillo, just before the boat turns back.
The seats are...More
I had an excellent hour on this sunset cruise.
Although not the most comfortable of seating arrangements as free standing plastic bistro style armless chairs; however I had a super view from the top deck with good views of both sides of the river.
One hour long cruise on a double decker boat with recorded commentary in a few languages to inform the passengers about the different sights and buildings. 17€ for a one hour cruise is definitely well priced. The lower rating is for the boat itself, in...More
Having read so many poor reviews, we were nearly put off. However it was worthwhile. I suspect people’s expectations were unreal. Let’s face it, at 16 euros for an hour it’s not bad really. Consider cost of staff, fuel and boat !!! Read what they...More
For the love of God, do not waste your time or money. This cruise takes you past the world's longest abandoned expo site and a few bridges, one of which is in the guinness book of word records. Why it's in the guinness book of...More