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When we arrived it was raining so we decided to do this tour. You can listen to the guide on the headphones in English. The Medieval ambiance is great and a must see if you're in the area. It's worth researching the parking as we...More
We all enjoyed our ride on the tourist train listen on the headphones in English, very informative as you ride along the Medieval streets, get off at the port for a spot of lunch and enjoy the river views, A Must Do.
Miserable 45 minutes. On a hot day were were crammed into tiny seats enclosed with stifling plexiglass as we bounced down the cobblestone road trying to listen to the fact-filled, boring recorded guide. Because my ear pieces had obviously been used by countless others before...More
We have often visited towns/cities that operate a Petit Train service, but never actually experienced the ride before. Having visited Dinan several times in the past we thought, why not ? let’s see what we get for the money. The trip on the train costs...More
We normally go on the road train wherever we go and this is one of the better ones. in addition to the trip round the old town it also takes you past the viaduct and down and around the harbour, which we wouldn't have seen...More
This is a fun way of enjoying an excursion around the town. We discovered that the train started its journey conveniently outside our hotel (Arvor) by the side of the theatre.
The train was filled to capacity but the sturdy little engine coped very well...More
Took the train as it was raining and have to say good value it was only 8 euros per person and took you around the city and down into the port, which is a must when visiting Dinan as do very picturesque.comentary U.S. But headphones...More
We took the 'sister' train of St. Malo today in Drinan and were much happier with the experience.
First of all you have headphones to hear the description of the sites you drive by. Second, the layout of Drinan makes actually seeing the sites being...More