Board the Bas-Berry tourist train
Discover the department of Indre on a timeless journey in a steam train
Take a trip back in time on the old line that linked Le Blanc (Indre) to Argent-sur-Sauldre (Cher) in the early 20th century
30 minutes from our beautiful Best Western Premier Hôtel de la Cité Royale in Loches, take a trip on the Bas-Berry tourist train for a 20 km/h ride punctuated by the "pinpon" of the micheline!
In the heart of the region, between the castles of the Loire and the ponds of the Brenne, the Train du Bas-Berry offers you a timeless ride through the meadows and forests along its 39 kilometres of century-old railway track. An invitation to discover the Brenne countryside on board an authentic 1900s steam train.
The Train du Bas-Berry is an authentic historic train that runs on part of the famous metric track from Le Blanc to Argent-sur-Sauldre. The stations, part of the line, the level crossings and the rolling stock are protected as Historic Monuments because of their interest in the history and technology of the old rural railways.
This train is operated by the S.A.B.A., an association of volunteers who work to maintain and safeguard this remarkable railway heritage in a lively and attractive form.
From Écueillé, you will arrive at Argy or Valençay and then return to Ecueillé, count on 4 hours of walk there and back.
You can also discover the "Foulquetière" leisure centre, as well as the villages of Luçay-le-Mâle, Heugnes, Pellevoisin, Argy and Valençay.
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