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From April to September.
Board the Valois train to discover Angoulême: its painted walls, its historical past around the Valois family, its industrial past around the river. 3 circuits are proposed to you.

Place of departure and arrival: Angouleme Town Hall. Such. : 06 60 17 36 96 / Email:

1 circuit "The Complete Circle" (Duration 1h45): Would you like to have a complete view of the city of Angoulême by browsing its historic center located on the plateau and its paper and image district along the Charente river? Combine the “Valois circuit” with the “from paper to image” circuit without having to leave the Train des Valois between the two circuits. Benefit from a reduced rate by combining the 2 visits below and the city will no longer hold any secrets for you.
Departure at 14 p.m., 30 p.m. and 15 p.m. (+ 30 p.m. during the summer holidays).

Circuit 2 " The Valois circuit » (Duration 1 hour): Do you want to know more about the Cité des Valois, stronghold of one of the greatest royal families in France and discover the historic center of Angoulême (capital of Charente)? Valois for a guided tour. Enjoy the panoramas from the "balcony of the South West", and the ramparts of the "belvedere city". Walk through its narrow streets and discover its monuments shaped by a dynasty of architects who will have worked as far as the Sacré Coeur de Montmartre in Paris.
Departure at 14:30 p.m. and 16:30 p.m.

Circuit 3 " The commented circuit of the painted walls of Angoulême » (Duration 1h30): Since 1974, date of the first International Comic Strip Festival, Angoulême has offered its various winners the opportunity to illustrate several walls of the city. Board the Valois tourist train for a guided tour. Explore the "International Comic Strip City" freeing yourself from its relief to meet the "street art" works of these different comic strip authors...
Departure at 10:30 a.m.


Circuit 1: €14 per adult and €10 per child (under 10).

Circuit 2: €8 per adult and €6 per child (under 10).

Circuit 3: €11 per adult and €8 per child (under 10).