A great way to discover Kyoto. We covered lots, Heian Jingu, The Silver Pavilion, Philosophers' Walk. Our guide even suggested the Nishiki food market as good lunch destination and Gion for Geysha spotting after the tour. The bikes were comfortable and the tour was a gentle ride, mainly riverside. Kyoto has a much more laid back vibe than Tokyo. Highly recommended.
Mrs. Gina D., Kyoto, 29 Apr 2015
I took two Detroit tours and they were both excellent. My guide was very knowledgeable and passionate about his city. I said I would be in touch with him about going on the Corktown tour as well. I couldn't have asked for a better way to get to know Detroit.
Mr. Mark C., Detroit, 28 Apr 2015
The title "Istanbul - Picnic on Two Continents" doesn't do justice to this half-day experience. Our guide Can took us through the small alleyways surrounding the Spice Market, stopping at tiny cafes to taste single dishes, whilst slowly building up the ingredients for our final picnic. At each stop we learnt a little more about the food, language & culture. We found it ideal for a first day in Istanbul, and it made the rest of our stay much more productive, giving us the confidence with transport, eating, buying ... Can was enthusiastic & informative, adjusting our experience to our questions and to sights we encountered on our walk. The group of 8 was just right for interaction as we walked around Istanbul. Finally we crossed under the Bosphorus for our picnic in Asia, before returning to Europe by ferry. The time flew by, and we were too full to eat a meal that evening! To summarise - fun & informative. We would highly recommend it for early in your stay in Istanbul. Thank you Can for a memorable experience.
Mr. Glyn H., Istanbul, 28 Apr 2015
Joanna was lovely and very informative. We had a fun experience on our tour of Kruezburg. We liked most the opportunity to see and experience a part of Berlin that we otherwise would not have.
Mrs. Amanda M., Berlin, 28 Apr 2015
I really enjoyed the morning spent on the Great Wall Experience and with Kevin as our guide. He was fun and informative.