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All reviews french countryside couple of hours whole family great fun peak season few hours the staff speak english down hill book in advance spend an afternoon hour trip turn around year olds across the road single track lovely afternoon old railway
Velo Rail is fun, unique and interesting for the whole family. We were a family of four, with 8 and 3 year olds. It was interesting at first but the novelty wore off and they got bored; and my wife and I were exhausted before...More
In the peak season July/August this needs to be pre booked. The site is well signposted as you enter the town of Commequiers. Arrive 30 mins earlier than the timeslot and you are given brief instructions in French or English.
As a family of 4...More
This was so much fun!
We booked the 6pm slot on a cool day and I'm so glad we did. Riding in 36 degrees Celsius a few days before would have been horrendous.
You choose your velo-rail carts at the start and follow the people...More
This was a great few hours to spend on a cooler day. I must add do not go on a warm day as I feel it may compromise your health.
Some of these reviews paint this activity in a bad light. I have no idea...More
At 26 euros for 2 hours fun for the whole family this is an excellent way to spend an afternoon. Harder work than it looks on the outward travel but luckily a steady slope back to the station. Kids loved operating the level crossings.
I always check the 1st star reviews just to find out what could possibly go wrong - I wonder if those 3 people went to a different place because I don't recognise any of what they say! It was really easy to book online and...More
You must book in advance for the Velo-Rail as it's very busy but well worth the effort. We only did the 7km - 2 hour trip (thankfully)
The facilities at the booking office are a little basic, there seemed to be a constant queue for...More