Les Petits Trains De Marseille

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  • Address: 176 Quai du Port, 13001 Marseille, France
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  • Timings: 10:00 am - 06:20 pm Details
  • Phone: +33-491252469
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Tags: Family And Kids, Train Ride

To explore the city of France and its history, take a ride on Les Petits Trains De Marseillea. It is one of the best and popular transport facilities to explore the city. It covers almost every single site of the city while travelling. The services of these small trains are very quick, you can board the train from Norte Dame Le Garde. The best part of this train service is that there is a guide present on each train to give you information about the city and its heritage sites.

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  • Les Petits Trains De Marseille Address: 176 Quai du Port, 13001 Marseille, France
  • Les Petits Trains De Marseille Contact Number: +33-491252469
  • Les Petits Trains De Marseille Timing: 10:00 am - 06:20 pm
  • Les Petits Trains De Marseille Price: Free
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  • Overall a nice experience, a bit shorter than advertised ~20-30 minutes for circuit one, and they said it will take approximately 1 hour

  • Nice ride but very short. Uncomfortable short seats. Not enough legroom. Good audio in several languages.

  • A very easy way to see the Old Port of Marseille and the long winding panoramic view leading up to Notre Dame De la Garde. Audio of points of interest along the way in a few languages. Very reasonable at 8 Euro per person. Allows more time to see the sights!

  • A good way to get a high level impression of Marseille in an hour or two. These trains are pretty common in the South of France. Unlike most of the others, this one allows you to get off in the middle and get back on, which is a nice feature, because it stops at the Basilique Notre-Dame de la Garde, which on top of being a very beautiful and unique church is also at one of the highest points in the city, so it has great viewpoints. The train ride down from the Basilique is quite steep, which some might find unnerving, but the drivers are pros.

  • Very great but the ride was kinda short than they said :)

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