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Each of the three rides we did were different but all were fun and all contained beautiful scenery and gave you a real taste of the interior of Sardinia.
Mandas to Laconi
Paula to Tempio
Bosa to Mancomer..we had to get off a...More
Expect a very slow train (from Arbatax to Gairo the green train needed 3 hours 20 minutes although by car it only takes some 40 minutes). Trenino verde only operates on selected days (in the summer season, Thursday to Sunday). A typical crossing with a...More
Yes- it's very difficult to get on. Absolutely no info anywhere in Palau other than tourist information centre. we had to go a day ahead to find out the details in advance before managing to catch a ride.
If you're not interested in views, scenery,...More
The Trenino Verde explores the interior of Sardinia on 5 different routes all over the island: Mandas-Seui and Mandas-Sorgono in the south/centre; Arbatax-Gairo in the east; Macomer-Bosa in the West; and Sassari-Tempio-Palau in the north. I found all of them interesting in different ways. The...More
We were unable to get any online information from ARST, our hotel had received no timetables from them. Following the advice given to us by Arbatax Park, we went over the ticket agency at Arbatax port, only to discover that there is a problem with...More
Unfortunately the green train is not running to arbatax tho due to start today. Tourist office says there is a problem with the track near lanusei. It is possible that some of the line from mandax is running but there seems to be no info....More
We caught the Green train in Arbatax all the way to Sassari. It had 1 stop for a quick coffee and comfort break. The coffee was good, strong and fast, so everyone managed to get a cup in the 10 minutes we were there. Views...More
Il Trenino Verde is a beautiful trip by a little green train that takes you from Mandas to Seui and far in the mountains, but we stopped to Seui. We had at a point three guides very well-informed, kind and friendly, who made a trip...More
We went from Isili to Sorgono. The trip was great; a friendly bunch of people on the train, lovely little stations, friendly staff. You should take on of the train trips if you're going to this island.
A friendly advice to the Italian railways: please...More