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The Little Train of Montmartre (Le Petit Train de Montmartre)

#295 of 1,322 Tours in Paris
Paris, France
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About The Little Train of Montmartre (Le Petit Train de Montmartre)
All year around, two trains will welcome you for a 35-minutes ride with French and English commentaries. Bon Voyage !
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Paris is a big city with so much to see and do that it can be overwhelming. The convenient Paris Pass helps you sort through your options, with access to more than 60 museums, galleries, and other sightseeing attractions. Enjoy included entrance tickets to some of the most popular attractions like Centre Pompidou or Orsay Museum. As well as a handy map and guidebook, get free access to the Metro and RER rail.

Please note: Enjoy the extra flexibility in case your travel plans need to change: All passes are valid for two year from purchase date and only become activated with your first attraction visit.
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EuroCloud E wrote a review Aug 2020
Grevenbroich, Germany5 contributions1 helpful vote
We had a pre booked ticket for Aug 3rd. Went at 6:30 pm to Sacre Coeur Station. Service was guaranteed until 9 am. People where already waiting 45 mins and we joined for further 45 mins. Nothing happened although train should show up every half hour. We asked for refund without response. Never book a ticket in advance!
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Fred M wrote a review May 2020
Summerville, South Carolina2,044 contributions277 helpful votes
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Paris is a relatively flat city; the neighborhood of Montmartre is not. The Little Train offers a roughly 35 minute tour that gives a good overview of Montmartre. If I could walk the neighborhood I certainly word - lots of history with a reputation that includes the risque! Jump off for a croissant and cafe if you have the chance. (Our actual visit was lat May 2019)
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Date of experience: June 2019
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KiwiKerry53 wrote a review Mar 2020
Wellington, New Zealand4,153 contributions494 helpful votes
We ended up with an extra day, so chose to spend more time around Montmartre. This was a why not. Actually it took us around back streets we wouldn't have gone to and we ended up being able to spend more time around Sacre Coeur, one of my favourite places. Kids would love it.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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HAC1979 wrote a review Dec 2019
Bucks73 contributions75 helpful votes
we took our 4 year old on the little train.. we caught it up by Sacre Coeur.. it was quiet fun.. it takes you around the cobble streets of this area, and has commentary giving you some information.. we only went down, stopping at Moulan Rouge so about 30minutes, which was plenty for us as it was cold.. very nice driver who met us, and we believe it runs regulary throughout all seasons
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Date of experience: December 2019
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ShayK wrote a review Dec 2019
35 contributions47 helpful votes
We stood on the street waiting for the train with other parents and children. Many older people then arrived, they were a group. After a long wait, the train arrived. Two other sets of parents and us all attempted to board. The older french people roughly shouldered us, kids and all off the train, the old man leading their group actually pushed me away when I mov d forward to an empty row of seats. It was awful. The man insisted they had pre-booked and ignored the fact that we tourist parents with kids had also pre-booked and held the same tickets! The train driver could not stand up to this horrible man and group...who departed smiling and laughing, pleased to have roughly got their seats. If a train is fully booked for a session, there should be an organiser present to inform us as we wait or to control bullys.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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