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Only 3 euros and about 30 minutes long....interpretation sheets in English.
It was OK and you travelled around a few parts of the City and down to the Bridge but really we could have walked it! Not quite as good as 'The Little Trains' in...More
Every city we visit we do - if available - one or more free walking tours.
Often we also book a hop on/hop off bus, to expłore the wider area.
Salamanca has neither.
The only thing that the city centre offers is the tourist train,...More
We took the train in a sunny day and the train wagons are closed, it is like being in a glass room at the sun without windows. I thought I was going to faint and everybody was complaining but there was nothing we could do....More
for 3€ you can visit the city for quick easy trip. Although it is in Spanish, they have sheets in many languages ! German. French, English, Dutch and more. Hard to follow but if you see what you want to see later...you can go back...More
The audio was practically inaudible. We didn't just want a train ride, we wanted to learn about the historical buildings. We asked for our money back but the operator said that the volume was already at the maximum setting and that he couldn't do anything...More
On a boiling hot day in June getting on a train and not having to pound the simmering pavements seemed like a brilliant idea. We enjoyed the ride - not a long train ride, but enough to give you a good overview of the town....More
We thought taking the train would help us understand a little of the history of the area and was very disappointed when all we got was a print out in English and had to work it out for ourselves. The trip takes about 20 mins...More