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The Delgaturis operates tours in tourist trains since 2000, in the Algarve, specifically in Faro, Tavira and Vilamoura. Our company aims to give all passengers a pleasant and fun to ride, the historical areas (monuments, churches ...), landscapes...more
The driver was not nice.
The tour was just driving slowlu trough some places. Usually the Portuguese text were much longer than text in English and it was also stopped in the middle of the text usually.
We stayed at the btisa Sol and stop 4 is just outside. It takes you from there to the Strip, one other stop and then to by the escalators into the Old Town. It is 3 euros per trip so buy a day ticket for...More
This wasn’t good. Started fine but I think by the time we reached stage eight the driver lost her way. We where given a piece of paper saying what was of interest at each stage on the map but after stage eight we never saw...More
What a shame. We thought we would enjoy this trip around a lovely little city...wrong. If you like being shook to pieces for a 45 minute trip and breathing in diesel fumes from the “train” then this is for you. We both felt terribly sick...More
My husband and i wanted to see Faro and just enjoy the surroundings.The little train adds to the charm of the little town and promises to deliver that experience as it takes you all over old the the new parts in 30odd minutes, which we...More
This is a lovely way to see the city, a small train which rumbles through the city streets. There is commentary which speaks of the city's history and points out the main sights to see. I took this train as soon as I arrived, it...More
We caught the 1 o’clock train from the park near the bus station and went on a long and very interesting trip round the city. We were only in Faro for one day and would never have seen all this at a very cheap price....More
The 3pm departure left 20 minutes later while the “ management team “ took the €2.75 per person in a totally chaotic fashion, no receipts..hmm interesting cash control process..wonder who benefits from that..
All it takes is a bit of brains and an organised receipt...More
Underwhelming really, as Faro has very few highlights once you're away from the old town, which you can walk to in 2 mins anyway. You will, however, get up close to the most graffiti strewn town you've ever seen! It's a shame the civic authorities...More