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We had to buy tickets and then come back to catch the train as it was fully booked. It was an easy way to see the area and the commentary was really interesting. It was really good value for money. My friend who has lived...More
Had seen the train before but not travelled on it.
Interesting speaking to the young lady who runs it and bought it having done a study at University some 3 years ago.
Not a long trip,taking only about 40 minutes and you do not see...More
This should be a perfect way of finding your bearings around the Harbour area of St Peter Port.
The Petit Train is powered by a diesel drive unit mocked up to look like a steam train with several open trailer to represent carriages.
Our first time to Guernsey and looked at quick ways to see about.The train travels for around 35 mins around the port and shopping area and we found it a good way to spy a few restaurant contenders for dinner. £6 per ticket.
This little land-based train gives tours around St. Peter Port with an interesting commentary. It provides a good introduction to the town and is especially good if one is tired, has slight mobility problems or has children. We found this a pleasant way to spend...More
If you don't mind being seen in this contraption then the trip is one of those tours to pass the odd hour or so.
Probably best enjoyed in the company of kids .
Current cost (2018) £6 per person which on reflection seems a bit...More
For 6£ adults 3£ for kids you get to ride a little train all over the downtown and Harbour area. Great funs especially for kids. We saw it when we were walking around and decided to hop on. There is a ticket office right where...More
Well located on Albert pier particularly if you are arriving by cruise ship, the tickets are sold at a small kiosk. While the commentary was very informative, the seats provide very little leg room which made for a very uncomfortable 35 min ride. Half of...More