This review is for the GREEN tourist train in Modica as there are TWO competing tourist trains ( the RED was is much better ) doing different routes. The train is very uncomfortable with little leg room and people sit face to face making it...More
Trenino Barocco - Ragusa Modica Scicli
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Great ride around RAGUSA that explains this area of the old town. Not to expensive and worth the time to take. Found near main church at nice stop. Easy going and sites to see.
By going on this ride you will have a view of Modica accompanied by historic narration as you go along. Ideally this ride is taken in good weather.
We paid 5e each for tickets with a 50e bill and the “conductor” palmed the money and refused to give us change. Only time in Sicily that we were scammed.
W were in modica and going up o the top of the city to see the Saint George church. It is a long way and a very steep climb. We decided to take the train up and then walk down. The train had explanations both...More
I love these trains ! It was a good way to see around the main historical points of Ragusa Ibla, which was beneficial too given all the hills involved when walking ! The train ride lasts about 25 minutes and has a bi-lingual commentary playing...More
This seems like the perfect way to avoid some steep uphill walks and still see Modica, but…this was an epic fail. The Trenino is for some baffling reason surrounded in plexiglas and has a solid metal roof. This means a) it gets unbelievably hot (and...More
A half hour trip around Ragusa Ibla will save your legs from all the ups and downs. Commentary in English and Italian with am,suing operatic music. Well worth it.
Modica is very steep, so getting the train to take the strain was very good. I thought the tour was good, and it had English translation. Certainly helped us to get our bearings and got us to the very top of town. If you use...More
We enjoyed the tour of Ragusa, which was the only way we could have seen the whole town on a really hot day. Ragusa is very picturesque and although Five Euros is quite steep for the length of the tour (especially as even small children...More