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Visiotrain

#23 of 53 Tours in Beaune
Beaune, France
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The tourist train VISIOTRAIN, an original and playful way to discover all the charms of Beaune. The cicuit lats approximately 45 minutes. Comments in French, German, English, Chinese, Spanish, Italian, Japanese, Dutch, Portugese and Russian. Adults : 7.50 € Children (3-12 years old) : 4.50 € -3 years old : free You can buy tickets directly to the driver or at the tourist office of Beaune. 50 places. 10 passengers minimum are required for the lats tour. For a group of 12 people and over : booking is recommended.
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NorthamptonJon wrote a review Aug 2020
Northampton21 contributions10 helpful votes
8 euros for a 40 minute sit down isn’t bad, but you would expect to see some interesting sites and architecture. Much of Beaune is very pretty but I would recommend you walk at your own pace around the narrow streets, seeng the cafes and tourist shops at your leisure. I am sure there is a lot of history to share but the train is not the best way to educate yourself of that history.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Gourmand wrote a review Jun 2019
Toronto, Canada317 contributions88 helpful votes
This is one trip that you don’t want to bother with. It’s impossible to hear the English version of the train there’s so much noise from the engine and the clanging chains that you can’t hear a word that the woman says it’s just a total waste of time.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Bret B wrote a review Sep 2018
Grove, Oklahoma66 contributions20 helpful votes
The Visiontrain (actually three rubber-tired carriages pulled by a power unit) is a good way to get an overall perspective on the village of Beaune. The best part of the tour for my wife and me, and not advertised or at least not emphasized, is that a portion of the trip goes out into the vineyards where you can get a very upclose look at the vines and the clos (walls) around the fields. The audio was difficult to hear at times—headphones or a narrator with a more resonant voice are a needed improvement. Also it would be helpful if they provided a map of the village, marked with the route that the tour follows. The tour was okay, and since there are no walking tours of Beaune that we could find, this was worth the price (barely).
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Codiak! wrote a review Aug 2018
Abbotsford, Canada10042 contributions564 helpful votes
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The places you see on this 40 minute trip are good, but the audio is too low to hear properly. In our experience there were other english speaking tourists who were not at all interested in the descriptions preferring to talk aloud amongst themselves the whole way. One has to wonder about that; it seems a waste to purchase a tour and then pay no attention to it. Individual headphones would be a solution to these problems.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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namma05 wrote a review Jun 2018
Buda, Texas53 contributions18 helpful votes
We arrived by train, for a day outing, & decided to ride this city tour train, since we didn’t have a car to explore. It was the best little tour of some of the town & a little bit of the countryside, along the vineyards! Oh, that was beautiful! The town is pretty picturesque, with the natural spring creek/ waterhole, little parks, of course the vineyards, & the focal point of the town, the colorful glazed tiled roof of the Hostel Dieu(Medieval Hospital), & other spires all over the town.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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