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The Delgaturis operates tours in tourist trains since 2000, in the Algarve, specifically in Faro, Tavira and Vilamoura. Our company aims to give all passengers a pleasant and fun to ride, the historical areas (monuments, churches ...), landscapes...more
It was worth the 1/2 hour wait for this cute little train tour that takes you all around Tavira. It is comfortable and has lots of photo opportunities. Full tour takes about one hour and drops you back at your hotel where you started. Only...More
Took our grandchildren on the train and although a lot of the ride was on cobble stones it was nice to go down the narrow streets and onto the area where salt is produced. Audio in different languages so when it came to English it...More
Went prepared for uncomfortable ride but was not as bad as reported. Great fun weaving in and out some narrow lanes. Price is now €5 for adults but still worth it. Train stops for 10 mins at castle to allow you time to enjoy gardens,...More
This quaint little tourist train will take you on a ride around the city and let you see areas you might like to visit on foot later, such as the beach club, beach area, shopping centre, cinema and historic old town.
Be warned that the...More
This train takes you on a journey around Tavira and takes approximately 50 minutes. From the "Roman" Bridge along the banks of the river over the bridge at the end of the town, past Hotel Vila Gale and the Salt Beds to the ferry stop...More
We got on the small train at the bridge, paid the ticket money and the driver gave us a cloth to wipe the rain water from the seats but unfortunately did not roll down the plastic windows to protect us from the rain. The rain...More
It's really good fun - beware if you have a bad back as there are lots of ''cobbled " streets and it is bumpy in places - for 4 euros its great value and a lovely way to take in the sights of Tavira -...More
Yes, quite bumpy and it seemed to go down quite a few uninteresting roads. (OK - so perhaps that was necessary to get to all the interesting bits.) The multi-lingual narration seemed to be a bit light on the English version but it did sound...More