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Petit Train Toulouse

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A worthwhile tour

The Petit Train was a pleasant way to get a feeling for the downtown area of Toulouse. Headphones... read more

Reviewed 31 October 2017
London, Canada
Nice City Tour

It is a simple, yet nice city tour, with audio guides in several languages available. There are... read more

Reviewed 25 October 2017
Rodrigo J
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
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Place du Capitole, 31320, Toulouse, France
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I love little tourist trains because you can see a lot more than walking, and get useful information in your own language without a guidebook. This one was no exception. I was happy to see "original" city walls and towers, cross the river and go...More

Thank VillageGypsy
Reviewed 12 May 2018

The person who sells the ticket is customer-friendly and speaks in various languages. Headphones are given to people who want to listen the tour in languages other than French - English, Spanish, Portuguese. The train tour has two Circuits - Yellow and Purple with the...More

1  Thank Victor_Vij
Reviewed 31 October 2017

The Petit Train was a pleasant way to get a feeling for the downtown area of Toulouse. Headphones are available to provide commentary in different languages. Our only problem was that the English commentary via the headphones was overpowered by the French being spoken by...More

2  Thank 53Shadrach
Reviewed 25 October 2017

It is a simple, yet nice city tour, with audio guides in several languages available. There are two different courses, and it's included in the Tourism Pass.

Thank Rodrigo J
Reviewed 23 October 2017

When a friend suggested my wife and I try taking the short tour on the Petit Train, we were a bit skeptical. But after a short discussion, it sounded like it was worth the few Euros for a 35 minute loop around the historic area...More

Thank WaterBuffalo2
Reviewed 27 September 2017 via mobile

We had spent the morning at the Victor Hugo market and happily wandering the streets of Toulouse finishing with lunch in the Place du Capitole. In the afternoon we decided to join the petit train to see any of the sights we had missed. The...More

Thank Sharon W
Reviewed 8 August 2017

If you feel like riding a bumpy train around in circles with little or no explanation and waiting in traffic jams, this tour is for you! Honestly, its a waste of time, because you don't really see much. The train runs on the main streets,...More

Thank Squidsoup
Reviewed 20 July 2017

Overall, it was a good experience. There is 8 different translations available, including portuguese, which was a pleasant surprise as we were able to learn a little more about The history of Toulouse. The commentary was not the best and the tour sometimes is boring....More

Thank Carla S
Reviewed 14 August 2016

We did both tours, there are 2 options, and if you take both you pay 2 euro lesser for the second tour that day. First tour cost 6 euro. If you are not always to walk a lot for whatever reason it is a good...More

Thank RITA Z
Reviewed 16 July 2016

We have been on numerous petit trains all over France. I am sorry to say that this one hasthe skimpiest and most boring commentary EVER... it was well short of an hour, about 45 minutes in length. I cannot recommend it at all....so disappointing.

1  Thank lucky1kelly
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