Jogging along over the square cobbles, the train goes up and down at walking pace along the picturesque streets that are so narrow you can almost touch the walls of the houses. As you look up, past the cool shade of the rows of homes, shops, bars and restaurants, admire the magnificent views of the hills behind the town.
The tour makes the ideal starting point for an overall view of the town: in about thirty minutes it will help you get to grips with the layout so you can return on foot at your leisure, retracing the whole route or just stopping at the spots that interested you most.
When you get off the train at the end of the tour don’t forget to stroll up to Piazza Grande along the Largo Zorzi ‘Walk of Fame’, where the famous musicians performing at Moon&Stars have literally left their mark!
Ppssst! If you want to see your children beam from ear to ear, try to travel in the last wagon. As well as being able to see the whole train at certain corners for that special photo, the ups and downs of the route will leave younger travellers with bated breath as they experience the gentle sensation of a mini rollercoaster that makes everything more fun.