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The train starts by the famous perfumery and follows the local roads through the winding streets of Grasse It only takes about 15 minutes for 6.50 Euro's.
It is an ideal way to get to know your way around. This is the second time we...More
My top tip is that you start your visit to Grasse with the perfume train tour. Very quickly you see all the main historical sites and know where you want to spend the rest of your time. The narrative is very informative without overload. The...More
A most enjoyable 35minute tour of the city, including some extraordinary narrow streets and tight turns - provides useful orientation to first time visitors like us. There is a very basic (multi lingual) commentary.
A recommended way to let 'le petit train' take the strain...More
Went to grasses for the day decided to go on the train...very informative and not expensive at all and runs every hour except between 12 and 2pm...Fraser is very hilly so the train is nice so you can see things without going up and down...More
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Like most popular attractions getting on the Petit Train can be time consuming and you have to wait for the scheduled arrival/departure. With 4 persons to a seat it's a bit tight and feels overcrowded. But that's how it is maximize revenue and minimize comfort...More
I still cannot believe that at this time and age where everything is done in one click of a button, there are people who depend on tourism, who do not even bother to put a piece of paper stuck to a piece of wood, just...More
We tried to take this train on two separate days in the first week of October. Since there were only 4 of us both times and no one else, they wouldn't do the trip. We understood we weren't enough people but it's a shame they...More