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Sightseeing on foot is not an option for us and therefore, we boarded Le Petit Train. We used some of the knowledge we had gathered during the tour to explore things later on in more depth by car.
The commentary is clear and to the...More
fellmann66, Gérant at Le Petit Train de Perpignan, responded to this reviewResponded 27 May 2018
I thanked for your nice comment and wish you a pleasant stay in the south of France.
The little train allowed us to see things we would have missed otherwise. For 7€ you get a 40-minute ride around the Medieval part of town. Not all that exciting, but fun. Great for kids who ride for a discount. Recommended.
With limited time available and little knowledge of this city we took the little road train from outside the Castillet and found this really is the best way to find out about the history and attractions surrounding us. It took us into streets we would...More
Perpignan is a biggish city and the little train helps you see all the sites as well as a few you would probably miss. When you get on they ask you what language you are and then play that tape so you know what's happening....More
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fellmann66, Gérant at Le Petit Train de Perpignan, responded to this reviewResponded 2 July 2017
Thank you for your comment and your recommendation. We see a pleasant stay in the south of france.
We saw the little train on our first day in the city as we were out for a walk to look around.
It was really good value and lasted around 45 minutes which was perfect for our little girl (2 1/2 years old) as she...More
fellmann66, Gérant at Le Petit Train de Perpignan, responded to this reviewResponded 12 June 2017
Thank you for your very good comment.
We wish you a pleasant stay in the south of france
We noticed the little train when we first arrived in Perpignan. After exploring the network of old streets ourselves - which was fun - we hopped on the train to get a broader view of the city and it's history. The train was perfect taking...More
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fellmann66, Gérant at Le Petit Train de Perpignan, responded to this reviewResponded 13 May 2017
Thank you for your nice comment.
We wish you a pleasant stay in the south of France.
We were lucky there weren't many in our carriage and this was one with an English translation. The driver took us on an interesting trip along many of the very narrow alleys and showed us the main sites. If you are short of time this...More
Joined the train as seemed very good value and well worth 45 mins if you are short on time. They advertised many languages but be aware only 3 on board on any one departure! We brought tickets specking English and at no stage were we...More