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All reviews beautiful scenery st jean du gard steam train lovely trip cafes and restaurants adults and children couple of hours long tunnel soot journey carriage cevennes smoke gardon diversion engine mountains
Reading a few reviews after the event I guess we were not the only people with the same idea - drive to St Jean du Gard for a couple of nights, do a return journey on the Train a Vapeur and visit the area. The...More
We really enjoyed our trip on this steam train, which lasts about half an hour. The views of the vally of the Gardon du Mialet are excellent. We thought that the best views going from Anduze to St Jean du Gard are on the left...More
If you love trains, you'll love this experience.
We took the 11h30 train, had lunch at St Jean du Gard and returned on the 13h30 - probably the most popular trains, so both very busy.
It was a long enough trip to be interesting but...More
A last minute decision to head out on the steam train from Anduze worked out nicely! 2 adults and a child cost 43€ for the return trip but was worth the money For the great views of the countryside.
Don't wear white, plenty of soot...More
This is absolutely a must do activity with young children. The steam train is an attraction by itself and offers great seating also for you children as the railings are high enough to prevent any accidents. The best part of the trip is from Anduze...More
A beautiful way to see the area in an old but very well maintained steam train.
Beautiful view of the Cevennes hills and the rivers.
Staff are very friendly and they will make a fuss of kiddies visiting the steam engine, are really good sports...More
We travelled from Anduze with the intention of stopping at the Bambouseraie, which is the only stop between there and Saint-Jean-de-Gard. This gave us 3-and-a-half hours to visit the Bambouseraie, hop back on the train, finish the journey and get back to Anduze. Both towns...More