Key West Trolley Tour Excursion Reviews
was supposed to go snorkeling but was cancelled due to wind. Took a very boreing trolley ride around the city and had no time to get off and look at things...it was rush rush rush to get back to the ship
The hop on hop off "Old Town Adventure" was great. We've enjoyed the stops and the guides (drivers) were very friendly. There are a lot of places to see in this tiny place, and the did I mention the Key Lime Pies? :-)
We did the Old Town Trolley tour which was very good, but chilly on a brisk 65F morning with a strong breeze. (Remember to take a light jacket.) We walked around town and spent the afternoon enjoying the ship (and packing). Before disembarking in Key West, we had to present our passports to immigration after which we had a hole punched in our sea pass card. US citizens cleared in the Rendezvous Lounge on deck four. The line stretched from the lounge entrance to the theatre and back to the lounge but it moved very quickly with three agents. Non-US citizens were cleared in the conference rooms on deck three.
Awesome...very informative...good price too.
The trolley tour was very convenient, but we only rode it for one stop. We could have walked to the places we wanted to visit
Would skip the Trolley-Key West is very Walkable
Hop on and off trolley, hit the highlights of Key West and was very convenient. They met us at the pier and walked us to the bus and went first to the Butterfly Gardens. Reasonably priced and a good day.
Enjoyed the trolley tour. I would recommend it.
We took the City View Hop On/Hop Off Trolley and found it to be wonderful. The trolley went all around the island and we saw so much of Key West. The hop on/hop off option worked out well for us we never had to wait more than 10 minutes or so for another trolley to come around and pick us up if we decided to hop off and explore. The tour guides were excellent, funny and so knowledgeable. We enjoyed being able to stop at Hemingways house, though the $13 we paid to get in was a little steep for what we got, I thought. It was cool to see the original Margaritaville along Duval Street! I wanted to get a picture of Mile 0/Southernmost Point and was able to get both without having to walk great distances.