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The main aim of this Petit Train is to get you to the top of the cliff where the monument and chapel overlook the sea. There is also an interesting 'concrete' aeroplane memorial to L'oiseau blanc - a plane which set off to fly from...More
6 Euro per person to get up to the top of this steep cliff which winds around Etretat is not bad especially with two young kids. Okay the tour is only now spoken in recorded French but at least it's a chilled out trip to...More
We liked the idea of taking a train ride to the top of the cliffs to see the view and avoid the steep climb. It cost 6€ so seemed reasonable. The first problem was that the headphones with language translation did not work. The driver...More
It was a good idea and the driver is very fair.
Circulation in Etretat is horrible, then for $10 ticket you can ride in Etretat in Security and park your car in parking (fees applicable). Available in Season only.
The little train that takes you up to the chapel on the hill is very misleading it advertised a multi lingual commentary but all it had was French so we paid 6 euros each and did not understand any of the commentary when I complained...More
This is a diesel powered road train that ferries you up to the spectacular view from the cliffs of Etretat, arriving in the carpark. The memorial to the Oiseau Blanc and the beautiful little chapel are pleasant enough, but it is the view to the...More
This Little Train that takes you up to the Chapel on the hill is a waste of time and money. We paid and waited for the posted time of departure. As the time approached they simply changed the departure time on the sign as people...More
For those of us who like choices between climbing and being drive up a good steep hike, it was worth the 12 (I think) euros that it cost for the two of us. The ride up is tres ordinaries. The walk along the top of...More