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Not to bad for a train ride through the middle of old town. Chairs where not very comfortable but oh well. Audio headphones where helpful but neede to be a little louder.
Franck T, Responsable relations clients at Le Petit Train de Vannes, responded to this reviewResponded June 11, 2018
Hello thank you for sharing your experience! The volume of the Audi headphones is adjustable, so do not hesitate to ask the driver.
Looking forward to seeing you aboard the little train :)
the team of the small trains of Morbihan
Great trip that lasts about 35 mins. Its's simply a loop of Vannes that covers all of the major attractions. It's super easy to sit back and let the driver take you around the town. A great view of the historic buildings and the pedestrianized...More
Excellent way to tour the historic streets of Vannes with a multilingual commentary to fill in all the gaps in understanding the history of the ancient city.
The ride takes around 35 minutes, and covered more ground than you could in at least 2 hours...More
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Lucie G, Responsable relations clients at Le Petit Train de Vannes, responded to this reviewResponded August 17, 2017
Thanks a lot to share your satisfaction.
This is a nice reward for our team !
Dear little white train with English translation meant that we could escape from the unusual extreme heat of the day. It took 35 minutes but bumped us merrily over the cobbles and we learnt some history of the city en route.
Lucie G, Responsable relations clients at Le Petit Train de Vannes, responded to this reviewResponded July 21, 2017
Hi! Thank you to leave a comment and share your satisfaction! We are pleased that the little train give you some freshness and diverstissement !
Reasonably priced and relatively quick (35mins), this is a good way to get a feel for the layout of the historic centre of Vannes and learn a little of the history. You would probably discover more with a decent guidebook of you're willing to do...More
After a short walk around the harbour area, we hopped aboard the train to see what else we had missed, as with a lot of places you always seem to discover something that you wouldn't if you are just aimlessly walking around. There are lots...More