In the case of a private tour, you will be travelling in a predetermined group, family or acquaintances.
If it is a joint tour, you will sit next to strangers.
By and large, it doesn’t actually depend on the size of the vehicle or its capacity.
What matters is which of the strangers will end up sitting next to you.
For example, if you’re travelling alone, you’ll most probably be sitting next to someone else, unless you’re in a passenger car in the front seat.
When you are travelling as a couple, only in a bus or minivan can you sit next to each other. In all other cases, you will have a travelling companion who will sit side by side with you.
Oh, and if you get motion sickness, you can only sit as you go with a guarantee on a large bus. And of course, on a private trip, regardless of the transport, you can take a seat as you go.
– A passenger car with 4, 5 or 7 seats;
– A minibus with 7+1, 13+1, 19+1 or 21+1 seats;
– Bus with 55+1 seats.
Please note that our tour guides always occupy a seat, which is normally marked as +1.
All vehicles, regardless of their seating capacity are subdivided into two categories, standard and superior. The luxury category is available for private tours only.
It should be noted that if you are bigger than average in size, you will be most comfortable on a large bus. Please do not hesitate to consult us before you travel.