Riding the inexpensive roadtrain for an hour gives a good insight to Toulon, some of its naval history and many of its hidden attractions. It is possible to dismount halfway at the very clean sandy beach and remount at a later time. The most interesting...More
Les Petits Trains de Toulon
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On the website says it starts at 10.00. No, it starts at 11.00 so we lost an hour waiting. Drivers also does not speak even basic English. Tour was just ok. From all the touristic trains we took in South France, this was by far...More
If you get off a ship and want to get into town then it is a short walk - no need for the train. HOWEVER - it is dirt cheap and does give you a scenic tour with an audio guide AND takes you away...More
I know Toulon well but I really enjoyed this little train ride I found out much more information than I knew from the past. I went to some places I knew of but had not yet visited. Yes good value for money.
The journey on the little train was a really enjoyable half hour and the bilingual commentary an excellent summary of the history of the city. The soundscape was backed with appropriate song extracts and was suited to all ages. Families were using the little train...More
Our cruise ship called into Toulon France, had to catch a water taxi from berth at La Seyne-Sur-Mer to Toulon main pier. You can catch the Petits Train directly from the pier, it does a circuitous tour of Toulon ( see attached map) and it...More
Took the Petit Train after stopping here on cruise ship. Quite an interesting trip for about an hour for 7 Euros with a stop off at the beach area. Got to see where to walk to afterwards for the shops and restaurants. Worth the money.
Did this tour from our cruise ship good at first but lady sitting next to me wanted to go to the toilet asap.After pushing the alarm on the inside of the train 5 Times he still would not stop the lady was in very upset...More
We boarded at the waterfront. They were running several trains so very short wait. It took you along the waterfront and then through the center of the city. You get a good feel for the layout of the town, where the big museums are, where...More
We were visiting Toulon on a cruise ship holiday on Tui Marella’s Spirit cruise ship and had a day in this French city. After a wander around the Old Town we thought we’d use the Land Train to transport us to the beach at Plages...More