Located in the Loir-et-Cher department, 14 kilometres from Blois and 164 kilometres from Paris, the Chambord Castle is the most enormous of the Loire Valley Castles as well as being one of the most prestigious and most visited. It is particularly famous for its double helix staircase, which has been attributed to Leonardo da Vinci, two people can climb it together without passing one another. The Chambord Castle is an architectural masterpiece of the Renaissance. Built in the sixteenth century under the supervision of King François I, nicknamed as the Prince Architect, the Chambord Castle sits majestically in the middle of Europe’s largest enclosed woodland park (which covers around 5,440 hectares enclosed by 32 kilometre long wall). Today it is home to red deer and wild boar and is a national hunting and wild game reserve. This magnificent creation with its unique lines impresses all with the enormity of its architectural scale and by the sheer extravagance of the works carried out: 156 metre of façade, 426 rooms, 77 staircases, 282 fireplaces and 800 sculpted capitals. This was one of the largest construction projects of the Renaissance. Today, you can visit not only the royal apartments of François I and Louis XIV and the amazing roofscape which bristles with turrets, chimneys and dormer windows, you can also admire the magnificent views from its terraces. There is something exciting going on here all year round: exhibitions, nocturnal spectacles, horse shows and many other entertainments. Set off on your very own discovery of the Loire Valley Castles tour in minibus with Pariscityvision.com and enjoy priority access on your visit to Chambord.
Visit the best of the Loire Valley Castles with our guides, which gives you a taste of the royal splendors of the French Renaissance : guided visit of Chambord, Chenonceau and Cheverny.
Full day tour by motorcoach to visit the Loire Valley and the Castles of Chambord, Chenonceau and Cheverny. Minibus return transfer between your hotel and PARISCityVISION office.
Discover the Loire Valley, cradle of the French Renaissance, by visiting its 4 famous castles : Amboise, Chambord, Cheverny and Chenonceau. Visit with a driver-guide, departure and return to your address in Paris.
2 days of guided visits of the Loire Valley Castles : Castle of Amboise, the Clos Lucé, Villandry gardens, Tours city, Castle of Chenonceau, Castle of Cheverny and Castle of Chambord.
Two days of guided visits of the Loire Valley Castles : Castle of Amboise, the Clos Lucé, Villandry gardens, Tours city, Castle of Chenonceau, Castle of Cheverny and Castle of Chambord. Pick up from and return to your hotel in Paris by minibus.
First day to enjoy a guided visit of the Mont Saint Michel and its abbey. 2 day visit of the Loire Valley : guided visit of the castles of Langeais, Villandry gardens, Tours city ; guided visits of the castles of Chenonceau, Cheverny and Chambord.
2 days guided tour : first day to visit the Mont Saint Michel with its abbey. Second day to the Loire Valley Castles, guided visit of the castle of Chenonceau, Langeais, Cheverny and Chambord. Accomodation included. Transportation from Paris by bus.
2 days guided tour. First, visit the Mont Saint Michel with its abbaye. Then visit the Loire Valley Castles. Guided visit of the castle of Chenonceau, Langeais, Cheverny and Chambord. Accomodation included. Pickup and drop off by minibus from your hotel in Paris to the PARISCityVISION agency.
First day : guided visit of Normandy Landing Beaches of Omaha Beach and Arromanches ; stop at Rouen and Honfleur. Second Day : guided visit of Mont Saint Michel, its famous abbey and Saint Malo. Third day : guided visit of the Loire Valley Castles of Langeais, Chenonceau and Chambord.
4 day excursion. First to Normandy, stops at Rouen and Honfleur, visit the landing Beaches of Omaha beach, and Arromanches. Second day, guided visits of Saint Malo and the abbey of Mont Saint Michel. Two days to visit the Loire valley castles : Langeais, Clos Lucé, Villandry, Tours, Chenonceau, Cheverny and Chambord.