Although it is not very far to walk direct from Juan-Les-Pins to Antibes this small road train is a fun way to travel and allows you to see more, as it takes a slightly longer route. Passes many wonderful villas and gives good views of the coast
Take the long way around from Juan Le Pins to Antibes. The views across the French Rivera and waters and the rich and famous homes are sensational. Antibes is gorgeous. The train is exceptional value and highly recommended.
Train takes you direct to the old town of Antibes which is stunning. Interesting commentary and jazz music. Good value. But the sister tour to Cap d'Antibes by open top truck was very disappointing. Too fast to see what you were driving past and too little time on the Cap itself - take the Visiobulle boat instead to see the... 更多
Antibes about 20 minute gentle stroll from Juan le Pins. Nice walk, but great to take the train in the evening to go for sightseeing or a meal.
I purchased the dual ticket for the little trains two tours of Antibes and Juan-les-Pins. The commentary was very informative. I got to see (from the street) the hotel used quite exclusively by the Hollywood stars who come to the Cannes film festival. The driver stopped in Antibes in the middle of a market place for his lunch break, so... 更多
We have now done the petit train in Nice, Cannes and this one in Antibes. It is a great way to see the most interesting or historic parts of the town in about 45 minutes. Our kids enjoy the "train" aspect and the breeze from the train gives some relief from the intense summer sun. For the adults, there is... 更多
I took the small train to go to the old part of Antibes with my family. The train was on-time. We boarded from Juan Les Pins, a few min away from our hotel. Tickets had to be paid by cash, that was a little inconvenient. The ride was fun and informative. Comfort was ok. More importantly, it dropped us off... 更多
Excellent way to see certain parts of Antibes. The train winds it way around part of the old town and the fort. Past the Picasso museum and along part of the sea front to where it begins its trip to cap de Antibes. An extremely affluent/uber rich playground in days gone by and still holding a very bright candle to... 更多
We used Le Petit Train from Juan les Pins to Antibes, the train leaves every hour and costs €8. We spent some time in Antibes, going to the market, having lunch, and visiting the Picasso Museum, and exploring the many old side streets. We then traveled back to Juan les Pins as our was valid for a whole day. Nice... 更多