Villandry - Chenonceau - Chambord
Return 6.30 PM
Take a day to discover the charm and the history of the Loire Valley visiting three of the main castles of this pleasant region.
You will have a glimpse of Blois, Menars, Chaumont and Amboise's castles during the ride.
Villandry, the perfect gardens model
Villandry is the last château to have been built during the Renaissance in the Loire Valley. Its understated elegance combined with the charm of its remarkable gardens make of this castle one of the jewels of the world heritage. Mister Carvallo undertook to reinvent the fabulous gardens at the beginning of the 20th century.
Lunch at liberty in Chenonceau
Chenonceau, the Lady’s Château
From its feminine elegance, it is a gem of the Renaissance, with rich furniture and masters paintings. Laying over the Cher, a Loire tributary, this chateau is the work of 3 passionate 15th century women. Diane de Poitiers and Catherine de Medicis gardens are not to be missed either.
Chambord, the extravagance of a king
Desired by Francois the First as a hunting lodge in 1519, this grandiose castle mixes the style of a medieval fortress with the elegance of the Italian Renaissance. Leonardo da Vinci left his mark through the main stairway using a double helix revolution similar to DNA.
The rate includes
- Entrance fees
- Audio guide (if available in the castle)
Meal and personal expenses are not included.
Infos & reservations
+33 6 30 65 52 01