LOIRE VALLEY CASTLES TOUR – DAY TRIP

28/02/2019 By Americas Comments Off
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  • Tour by small group of 8 persons maxi
  • Transport by minibus guaranteed / Reduced times of travel
  • Total duration of the Tour : 12h
  • GENERAL INFORMATIONS FOR ALL OUR LOIRE CASTLES TOURS
    • Departure : 7:15 a.m. from your hotel or apartment
    • Not Included : Entrance tickets to the castles
    • Option : Pick up and Drop off to your hotel

     


    Child -3 years old

    If you are accompanied by children under 3 years thank you to specify it in your order or contact us.

DESCRIPTION OF THE OFFER

Through this excursion, you will reach the Loire Valley and discover three prestigious castles : Chenonceau castle, Chambord castle and Cheverny castle. A 1 day Loire Tour to visit the masterpieces of the Renaissance in France and the genious of Leonard de Vinci..
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CHENONCEAU CASTLE:
Model of the Renaissance traditions, the Chenonceau Castle is an architectural masterpiece. Known as the “Château des Dames”, five women played a part to the interior decoration, making Chenonceau one of the most romantic castle in the Loire valley. The guide will introduce you to the history of the castle before your free time to stroll at your leisure through the sumptuous gardens.

CHEVERNY CASTLE:
The Cheverny Castle is the private property of the Vibraye family. During the visit, you could admire its wonderful 17th century furniture. Before leaving, you could go for a stroll through the gardens and find the kennels. The castle is also remarkable because of the inspiration for Hergé’s famous Moulinsart castle in the Tintin comics.

CHAMBORD CASTLE:
Considered as the largest and most majestic castle of the Loire valley, Chambord Castle was commissioned as a hunting lodge by François I. However he only spent 42 days of his 32-year reign in this royal residence. The 365 chimneys, 440 rooms, 14 staircases and 800 turrets and capitals give an insight of the magnificent period architecture. The main attraction remains the intricate “double revolution” staircase attributed to Leonardo de Vinci.