Avaliações em outros idiomas
Avaliado por: Manuel Villegas , Mexico, Agosto 2015
Todo bien, conocimos las Minas y la catedral de Sal en Zipaquirá, La gente muy amable.
La única observación es que el tren no era de Vapor, sino diesel. Pero en general todo bien. Muy divertido y la gente muy alegre. Si lo recomendaría.
Avaliado por: Gill d , Fevereiro 2014
This was a wonderful outing, but because we were staying so near the station of Usaquen, we saw our 'guide' for five minutes at the beginning and end of the day. Also, he spoke no English which made communication difficult. You must have made a lot of money on our booking!
Avaliado por: TravelerD , USA, Dezembro 2013
A very good opportunity to see the Colombian countryside. Zipaquira was a very interesting city. It was also very interesting to see the Salt Cathedral as this is one of the most popular tourist sites in Colombia. However, be aware that although it is called a "tourist" train, most of the tourists are local people (not foreign tourists from other countries) and most of the people operating this speak only Spanish. I can converse in Spanish, but it might be harder for someone who doesn't.
Avaliado por: Elsa M , Outubro 2016
Muy buena experiencia y excelente atencion
Avaliado por: Jamiel A , Junho 2015
This tour was great. Fun and very entertaining.
Avaliado por: William B , Junho 2013
We had a good day. There were some concerns, however. First, the company was nearly impossible to reach by phone to reconfirm the trip. We were unsure until the morning of the excursion if we would be picked up at all, and were making plans to take a taxi.
Furthermore, we were surprised that we were taken to Usaquen, because La Sabana is closer to the hotel. We must have spent 40 minutes each way in the car.
The train was comfortable and the scenery interesting. We had a good walk in Zipaquira with a guide. The next stop, for lunch, was disappointing. We had no guidance about where to eat - no restaurant names or map of the town - so we just got pizza. This could be improved.
Columbia is trying to build up its tourism; attention to details is one way to