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Petit Train de Cannes

65 Boulevard de la Croisette, Cannes, France
+33 6 22 61 25 76
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Great, fun way to explore Cannes and very helpful staff

The train covers the main sights of Cannes in a hour in a circular tour starting near Palais des... read more

Reviewed yesterday
London, United Kingdom
Great way to see cannes

We were cisiting cannes as part of our cruise and only had a short time there. The petit train was... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Ballymoney, United Kingdom
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For a ride through the relatively narrow streets of Vieux Cannes (Le Suquet), board the train at a clearly designated site along La Croisette on its seaward side. Both tours depart every hour; each lasts between 30 and 40 minutes and each costs between 5€ and 6€ for adults, and between 2.50€ and 3€ for children under 10, depending on the tour. (The tour of the old town is the less expensive.) A combination ticket granting access on both of the two tours (which can be enjoyed on separate days, if you prefer) costs 8€ for adults and 5€ for children under 10. For details, call tel. 06-14-09-49-39.
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65 Boulevard de la Croisette, Cannes, France
+33 6 22 61 25 76

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Reviewed yesterday

The train covers the main sights of Cannes in a hour in a circular tour starting near Palais des Festivals. It goes along the entire length of La Croisette taking in the luxury hotels and designer shops. It then turns inland along Rue D' Antibes,...More

Thank lovetotravel1704
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We were cisiting cannes as part of our cruise and only had a short time there. The petit train was a great way to get round. It parks just where the cruise docks so is very handy also. The only thing is they do not...More

Thank minniexxxxxx
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This was a very fun and welcome way in which to get a tour around alot of Cannes, with a headset that provides a narration of the different parts visited. Very glad I did this on the first day of my holiday as it helped...More

Thank Crystal1691
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

This is a pleasant way to see most of the important places of Cannes and even takes you up Le Sucquet. You can by the tickets on the train stop.

Thank pddi
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I used to be a bit snobby about these attractions (and judging by the looks of passersby, lots of people still are), but they are great fun and well worth the €10 fare. There are audio guides in a number of languages, including English, and...More

Thank jennykenny
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

It is the best way to know the main places in Cannes. The audio guide is fabulous, with music and comments totally dedicates to cinema. Only flaw: they squeeze four people where only three should fit.

Thank geodonkey
Reviewed 1 September 2017 via mobile

Really good way to quickly orient yourself for a quick stop. We went from a Cruise Ship so didn't have a huge amount of time. Multi-lingual commentary (slightly late out of sync hence 4*s) which gives pertinent point-puts throughout the tour. Be aware the volume...More

Thank graemeh581
Reviewed 30 August 2017

Currently (August 2017) they are only running the Big Tour at 10 Euros per person. It starts at the Palais des Festivals (beach of Hôtel Majestic) every hour or so -depending on the driver's mood- and covers la Croisette up to the casino Palm Beach...More

Thank AlexPOxford_UK
Reviewed 21 August 2017

There really is not that much to see that needs a running commentry, which is good , because the sound system is pretty poor. My head phones only worked when i pushed the pin in at one angle and held it there - impossible on...More

Reviewed 16 August 2017

Cannes is a very expensive place but the mini train is a great way to see Cannes (the glamorous places and the more traditional ones) without spending much.

Thank Bruce R
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Maria A
17 July 2016|
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Response from Rebecca G | Reviewed this property |
There were two at a time I think. Not sure how many it held and depends on time of day/year as to whether or not you have to wait. We went in June and we had to wait.
Sandeep S
30 September 2015|
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Response from Lisanne D | Reviewed this property |
No need to book ahead. We just walked up to the tram and there was someone there to take our payment.
14 July 2015|
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Response from jalogs | Reviewed this property |
It stops at Suquet for about 15 mins. Amazing views all around Cannes. You can take photos while on the move if you get an outside seat.