City Sightseeing Buses Reviews
Newest Review: ... to sit dependant on what you want and the weather. The bus seating was comfortable and overall it was obviously kept to high standard as it was so clean and fresh feeling. The value for money side of this was somethin I at first worried about as it was £11 per adult but when advised that lasts you for 2 full days then you realise just how good this is as you can jump off at a number of stops and make this £11 give you a large amount of entertainment for the 2 days (especially in Glasgow as museums are mainly free so it works out very cheap). The tour guide was very friendly and knoweldgeable and thanks to living in the city was able to o... more
Customer City Sightseeing Buses Reviews (3)
by - written on 23/10/11 (Very useful, 9 readings)
Having lived in Scotland all of my life and loving the place with a passion my wife and I were delighted to recently be visited by her family who wanted to see some of Glasgow so we decided to use the Sightseeing Tours bus in the city to take them and us around and give a little more depth to what the place is all about but was it worth it? Pros: The bus itself was a double decker with the upper floor having a small amount of cover at the front but the back fully open so that you can have a variety of different places to sit dependant on what you want and the weather. The bus seating was comfortable and overall it was obviously kept to high standard as ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/08/10 (Very useful, 27 readings)
City Sightseeing is a large chain, and I should start by saying I've only done one of their tours - in Glasgow. There are two main tour providers in Glasgow, and they go from the same stance. Watch out for the two competing sales teams on the pavement near the bus stop (north side of George Square), they are very competitive! We had a live guide, giving the commentary in English. I was surprised at how easily we could hear almost all of it given we were on the open top bit in the rain and passing traffic. There were headsets available to plug in and get the commentary in a variety of other languages (English, French, German, Italian, Spanish and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/11/09 (Very useful, 59 readings)
Over the past few years I have visited several cities in the UK and throughout the world and I have found a good way of seeing all the significant sites especially if you are only visiting for a short time, or at least of gaining an appreciation of where they are located, are the City Sightseeing open top buses. On the whole the city sightseeing buses are red open top buses as shown in the photo, however a few cities may have different colour buses if there are several tour routes round the city. There may be a shelter at the front of the top deck in more modern buses but don't count on it, if you come suitably prepared for the weather the top deck is ... Read the complete review
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