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Circuit de trens en miniatura propietat dels amics del ferrocarril de Vilanova i la Geltrú (AFEVI ), i que permet gaudir a petits i grans d’un viatge en trenet al voltant del parc, principalment en caps de setmana.

Circuito de trenes en miniatura propiedad de los amigos del ferrocarril de Vilanova y la Geltrú (AFEVI), y que permite disfrutar a pequeños y grandes de un viaje en tren alrededor del parque, principalmente en fines de semana.

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