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Angers is one of the three main cities to visit in the Loire area, and there is no better way to do so than on le Petit Train Blanc. These run every hour and take around 40 minutes, and allow you to view the principal...More
This road train leaves from outside the tourist office, opposite the castle. Buy a 24 hour city pass for €15 take the train and visit the castle, and you will have already saved money.
The train has carriages for each nationality, so you always get...More
These small 'trains' are ideal in towns not being big enough for a hop-on-hop-off bus. The benefit is also that they can travel through very narrow streets and make sharp turns. So also this little train that gave us a very good overview of Angers...More
This was included in our City Pass so we decided to take it to see sights we had not already been to. Unfortunately for us there was no English translation so we just sat back & thoroughly enjoyed the 40 minute tour of Angers. Be...More
Date of experience: May 2017
Thierry G, Responsable commercial at Le Petit Train, responded to this reviewResponded May 22, 2017
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The Petit train will take you around Angers with a commentary in english !!
A super way to find out more about Angers !!
They also have the same Petit trains in Saumur, Le Mans, Tours , Ambiose, and Sille plage I believe !! Enjoy...More
This train is a great way to get an overview of the city quickly. They have recorded information in different languages, it depends on which car you select to ride in on the little train. We also took this same type of train in Tours,...More
Angers was a 48hr max city. Any longer and we'd have fallen out of love with the place. We'd already done the castle and cathedral which were amazing and took Le Petit Train to orient ourselves further. I'm so glad we did as North of...More
It's worth taking this trip as a quick way of getting orientated in Angers. It takes a route similar to the suggested walking route around the historic centre (as described on the street map available in most hotels), but it would take over two hours...More