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5 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: April 2019
A very interesting visit to the Roman theatre. I found that the stories about the acoustics of these ancient theatres are true - from almost the top of the seating we could hear someone speaking on the stage. No microphones in those ... Read More
A very interesting visit to the Roman theatre. I found that the stories about the acoustics of these ancient theatres are true - from almost the top of the seating we could hear someone speaking on the stage. No microphones in those days! Read Less
Sail Date: January 2019
Great tour of the Roman Theater and then to the Mar Menor to see the light house and view. All included!
Great tour of the Roman Theater and then to the Mar Menor to see the light house and view. All included! Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: December 2018
City Highlights – the fort, the dungeons (now artisan craft shops), the cathedral and the old town. We enjoyed this. The amount of time allowed for shopping was plenty. Liked the goods and prices at the dungeons a bit better than in the ... Read More
City Highlights – the fort, the dungeons (now artisan craft shops), the cathedral and the old town. We enjoyed this. The amount of time allowed for shopping was plenty. Liked the goods and prices at the dungeons a bit better than in the old town. Old town was pretty and well maintained, with some cools shops and restaurants – we really didn’t need any more time than the extra 40 minutes provided. Our guide provided good narrative. You could always go out on your own ($20-$30 cab ride each way?) and just go to the old town (Bocagrande?), but going with an excursion gets you to a few more places. Read Less
19 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: December 2018
We spent an extraordinary morning at the Agrupas Mine (Parque Minero) in nearby La Union, where not only did we explore INSIDE these former silver- and lead-mined mountains, but within them - 80 meters! - we experienced a flamenco ... Read More
We spent an extraordinary morning at the Agrupas Mine (Parque Minero) in nearby La Union, where not only did we explore INSIDE these former silver- and lead-mined mountains, but within them - 80 meters! - we experienced a flamenco performance filled with great singing, guitar-playing, and passionate dance. WOW! Read Less
11 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: December 2018
We took a taxi to the main restaurant area as we are not great walkers. We had food and looked thru shops and easily walked back to the ship. Very nice. I got Euros at Guest Services. I'd say 250 Euros took care of my 3 stops, ... Read More
We took a taxi to the main restaurant area as we are not great walkers. We had food and looked thru shops and easily walked back to the ship. Very nice. I got Euros at Guest Services. I'd say 250 Euros took care of my 3 stops, depending on how many items you buy. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: December 2018
We took the bus tour and it was a bit boring. We went to a lighthouse and saw the ocean coast line filled with hotels. The water swirling around the rocks were varied in beautiful blue colours. We then drove awhile through some rocks ... Read More
We took the bus tour and it was a bit boring. We went to a lighthouse and saw the ocean coast line filled with hotels. The water swirling around the rocks were varied in beautiful blue colours. We then drove awhile through some rocks that had been blasted leaving colours on the hills. The history was interesting but the tour wasn't great even though our guide was very thorough. I would have only given the tour a 2 but we saw the incredible Roman Theater Ruins that wasn't discovered until 1987. It was very interesting and amazed me that it was just recently discovered. The town looked nice but we only had 15 minutes to explore which wasn't enough. I'd say the tour should focus just on the town and the ruins rather than driving around. Read Less

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