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We got this "tourist train" on Saturday. Asked if it was ok to get off at marina and then back on. Driver said this was ok and just to keep tickets - €23 - not cheep either. Had some lunch at marina and then waited,...More
I suppose it is fair to say that Tenerife is mostly about cafes, hotels and bars in the tourist areas, and that is what you get on the tour. You wont get a trip to the top of the volcano but you will get a...More
The driver was very friendly and the tour was amazing, I can see people complaining about going passed cafes and hotels but what do you expect in tenerife! The tour lasted a long time and worth the 9Euro we paid. We will definitely do this...More
The train is so pretty but it drives through the all day breakfast cafes, cheap AI hotels, nightclubs, a car park, a marina in order to turn around methinks and on a dual carriageway. All without dialogue and offering no places of interest. The route...More
My partner and I reluctantly got on this train after reading the reviews but we went ahead with the trip anyway!
It was meant to be 45 mins; it wasn’t. It lasted about 35 minutes and this time included the driver getting off the train...More
From a practical standpoint, this "train" may not make much sense. It's slow, very bumpy, rather uncomfortable and probably unsafe. However, my boys (1.5yo and 4.5yo) loved it and both protested when the 45 minute circle was over. While not exactly scenic it does give...More
Bad points: no information or leaflet/map provided; no music; no real interaction or personality shown by the driver.
Good points: a decent length (circa 40 minutes) and enabled us to see more of Costa Adeje that we probably would not have seen otherwise. Pretty much...More
The map seems to indicate that the train operates a route between costa Adeje and Playa de las americas (5 stops), however in reality it only takes you for a tour inside Adeje (something you could do easily by foot). They just drop you in...More
As people have said the information and map when getting on the train are very misleading. The train itself is rickety jarring and slow. You could walk the route faster.
Don't waste your money it's a con. The driver seems to promise you everything you...More