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The best tour in a tourist train that you can do in Genoa, with a wonderful explanation in 5 languages. The explanation is provided simultaneously through a multilingual system of the latest generation. A true emotional journey through the history...more
A nice and easy way to get a feel for the city without a long walk in the heat! Quite informative and good if like us you were visiting for a day and didn't have much time. It was a hot day but the train...More
alessandro g, Direttore at Trenino Pippo, responded to this reviewResponded 9 August 2018
your satisfaction gives us much joy. thanks for the positive review.
had a wonderful, WONDERFUL time taking this train around town with our 3 year old. He loves LOVES trains, so it was great to just be with him and revel in the act of actually riding a train! so much fun!!!
Thank Andre L
alessandro g, Direttore at Trenino Pippo, responded to this reviewResponded 4 weeks ago
thank you very much for your excellent review. Children are always our best business partners. fortunately, even parents are satisfied after our tour.
Leaving from old port this is a fun ride for old and young. 45 minutes trip around the city for €8 . You don't get to hop on hop off like other buses but it is nice way to see city and give the old...More
We started the ride and it was very uncomfortable. Very bumpy ride and STRONG smell of gasoline from the head wagon. The recorded tour guide was nothing special: important things were completely ignored (I'm from Genoa myself, I would have been a better guide). After...More
I walked through the old city for hours and did a lot of staring as I loved the architecture. I wanted to get a hop on hop off tour to see more of the city but since I was travelling in the off season, Trenino...More
Trenino Pippo is a small truck (made to look like a train) pulling a long a series of carriages. The main language is Italian, however, head phones are available for a range of other languages.
The trip took 45 minutes and gives a good overview...More
We only had two nights and one day to see the sights. We walked most of old town on our own and the train allowed us to go a bit further and see a few more sites. It's only a 45 min ride and you...More