Went on this today and thought i might be able to save you some cash....in the winter, only half the buses run which isn't that easy to see in the brochure but they hand you a new schedule when you have paid for your ticket and are getting on. Since the first bus is at 10 and the last is at 3ish, there is only about 5 buses. It says you will see the 14 major sites and i guess you see them as you drive by but you can only really stop at 1 or may 2 and still catch the bus back and that's if you get on the first bus. One of the stops is a view point with no facilities so, you just don't stop there because you will be stuck there for an hour and will not have time to do other things. To top it off, when i got on the first bus, the driver said there wasn't any audio yet because he didn't have his cd thing ready. Anyway, the blue bus driver was nice but the blue bus is not a double decker and you can't take pics in either bus as the windows are tinted. Really....i'm most upset that the women at the i-site office didn't explain any of this as clearly, it is not worth the money and you would be far better served by taking a couple of city buses which would cost 1.60 each. I think that is her job but clearly they have other loyalties. We went on the hop on in madrid and loved it but this one is a rip off and i'm sad i trusted the i-site person and spent the money. Don't bother.
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