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We had heard of the Yellow Train so decided to try it. What a fantastic experience. We went early to get a seat in the open carriages. Brilliant. Easy to see out and take photographs. Walked up to the ancient fort that is still a...More
I booked tickets online, which was very easy to do. The staff were excellent and although the commentary on our train was in French it was spoken very clearly, there are in the height of the season both French and English Commentary. The weather was...More
This train journey is long with a very vocal guide. The lady due to her hard work managed to get this 'line' re-opened and it is now a successful tourist trip. Her commentary starts as you board and does not stop until you alight. Two...More
Two hours ten minutes through vineyards and French towns in two separate trains changing at St. Paul going deeper into the Pyrenees with second part in open seat trucks (if you are inclined). Includes commentary in French and English (if you request. Possible to do...More
Most "tourist" train journeys just run their route and thats it..........but "Le Train Rouge" offer a comprehensive commentary throughout the 2 hour 40 minute trip - and the guide "multi-tasks" by making drinks whilst she is talking. Not only that but you can go and...More
We tried the Train Rouge this week for the first time and enjoyed it enormously. Starting at Rivesaltes at 10.00 we went all the way to Axat, changing into open carriages half way up. It was a most enjoyable trip through lovely country with a...More
Coach tour organised trip, great day, joined at Rivesaltes, reserved seats. Changed trains to open carriages half way through, ideal to view the great scenery. Guides gave constant commentary in both French & English which greatly added to the interest. Well worth it. Leaflet detailed...More
Caught the Red Train for a return trip from Axat to Rivesaltes near Perpignan. The first section is in open trucks with solid (rather hard) wooden bench seats but the scenery is fantastic. Passing through tunnels and over viaducts (stopping on some to admire the...More
I joined the train at Rivesaltes as part of an included Shearings excursion. This was a two carriage DMU, we went through vineyards and interesting scenery up to Lapradelle, where we changed onto a loco hauled train. This was formed of two open carriages, this...More
Unless you can't stand heights, this is a trip not to miss. We joined at Axat and on Sunday the train goes to St Paul not all the way to Rivesaltes.
The train conductor assessed the passengers as we boarded and concluded that commentary in...More
really want to do l red train from rivesaltes with my ageing parents, want an afternoon ride taking in cathar castles etc not stopping off just on train with picnic, anyone can tell me which is best in September...thanks... More
really want to do l red train from rivesaltes with my ageing parents, want an afternoon ride taking in cathar castles etc not stopping off just on train with picnic, anyone can tell me which is best in September...thanks angie