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Sitting at a cafe in Narbonne we saw the little train passing by; picked up some information at the tourist office and walked to the central Place de l'Hotel de Ville in time for the next tour.
This was a delightful way of familiarising ourselves...More
Thank carole h
Bruno B, Responsable relations clients at Le Petit Train de Narbonne, responded to this reviewResponded 9 September 2018
Thanks Carole for your review, reading that, make me happy for the weekend ! We appreciate.
A perfect start to our Narbonne visit. €7 for a 45 minute spin around the city. Definitely worth it to get your bearings. Plus it's a bit of craic, I thought they only made these trains for kids around shopping centers!
petittrainnarbonne, Responsable relations clients at Le Petit Train de Narbonne, responded to this reviewResponded 9 June 2017
Thanks, It's always a pleasure to have satisfied customers !
This was a useful trip around Narbonne, however the roads are very narrow generally and some of the buildings are tall so photo opportunities are sometimes limited. We were the only English visitors, however we were given a written guide which was helpful, the train...More
We took the train with our grandchild and a schoolmate of him to show a bit of Narbonne. It is an easy way to check what you can visit. The gave information in french but you can have it in english and spanish on a...More
Saw a sign for this when we arrived
The pick up place was clearly marked in the centre
The 2 men running it were very happy and helpful and had a very detailed English translation that, even if you only have a little French, was...More
The little train costs around 6 euros and the tour lasts about 50 minutes. I believe they start on the hour. The commentary is in French, but the driver will give you a transcript in your own language if you ask when you pay. It...More
Just what you need on a hot day in Narbonne in France
We went the 2 of us and enjoyed going round the town on a nice hot day in July 2015
If you go to visit this lovely town with loads of little shops...More
The Petit Trains in France are all about an easy and fun way to have a look round a town. They aren't clever, intellectual or do anything particular amazing. But they are great FUN and you do get a feel for the city together with...More