We took the Yellow Train during our summer family holiday in the Pyrénées-Orientales. We were very surprised by the diversity of landscapes as we went up the valley on this small mountain train line. We took the train at the Villefranche-de-Conflent station and we stopped at Mont-Louis to visit the citadel. I recommend this experience! Marie E.
Small typical train of the Pyrenees. The open wagon is very pleasant. The others are in their original state but that's what gives them their charm. Celine G
Passionate about authentic and traditional railway lines, I organized my stay in the Natural Regional Park just to come and see the little Yellow Train of the Catalan Pyrenees. And I was not disappointed! In addition to this exceptional century-old heritage, I discovered the Pyrenean environment of the route and it was a great pleasure! François C.
Nice walk. We took the Yellow Train in July from Font Romeu to the last stop! We were in the open wagon, but on the way back we stayed in one of the other wagons because it was raining. Very nice walk, the children loved it and so did we! Lilou
A round trip from Font-Romeu to Villefranche allowing us to take the time to enjoy beautiful landscapes. It was the opportunity to pass under and above magnificent and unique structures such as the famous Gisclard Bridge. Laurent