I am correct in saying you climb 6 flights of stairs? Do you walk back down or ride elevators? Ali’s is the tour mainly in Spanish?
The tour was in Spanish and English with Spanish being primary. I speak Spanish, so it was fine for me. You do walk up and down several flights at two different points. The last set of stairs is a rather narrow, winding, internal stairway up to the very top of the lighthouse (you sit around the actual light in the glass enclosure). I can be a bit claustrophobic and it was still fine. You do not walk all the way down at the end; you take an elevator. I enjoyed the tour and the views are impressive.
I found my fellow guests more interesting than the tour - one owned a Guinea pig farm in Ecuador, so cool. I also liked the security guard... so many ghosts. The tour’s english was fine but it was American English..
Yes, there's some climbing, but it's well worth it! The views are great- on a clear day. The tour is in both Spanish and English.
As per the answers above. There are numerous flights of stairs, you can ride the elevator down and the tour guide explains everything in Spanish and English. I do not speak Spanish and had no issues.
Oh! And yes you can ride the elevator back down after leaving the cafe area.
I don’t remember the number of flights of stairs, but that seems about right. The stairs to the light house are narrow both in step length and in the closeness of the walls. The tour is both in English and in Spanish. The Spanish takes longer because, in part, more words are used to say the same thing as you hear in English. Don’t be late. We arrived to buy our tickets as the tour was starting. We missed the important first few minutes that help understand the rest of the tour.
Obtené respuestas rápidas del personal y los visitantes anteriores de Palacio Barolo (Palazzo Barolo).