If you’re going to Paris there’s one thing you shouldn’t pass up: visiting the Loire Valley Castles. Just a few hours away from the French capital, these prestigious French Renaissance edifices are vestiges of an era when aristocrats showed off their wealth and the Kings of France gave their backing to architectural novelties. Departure from Paris, PARISCityVISION proposes numerous single-day and multiple-day tours and guided visits of the Loire Valley. Here tourists can admire these beautiful, historic edifices and discover the region’s breathtaking landscape registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Accompanied by a guide-interpreter, the PARISCityVISION tours allow you to discover the most beautiful chateaux by coach: Amboise, Chenonceau and Chambord, or even Tour, Cheverny, Clos Lucé, where Leonardo da Vinci once lived, and the Gardens of Villandry. Once there, you’ll be able to visit the chateaux in total liberty and with priority access; in other words, no need to wait in line. A real advantage considering the 5 million visitors per year!
Multiple-day tours are a great way to discover a wide variety of sites and to appreciate each chateau’s distinctive features (architecture, hunting grounds, landscaped gardens, banks of the Cher River, etc.). The Loire Valley sightseeing tour is another fantastic option to make the most of your comings and goings while also staying the night in a comfortable 3-star hotel.
To get a taste of everything the region has to offer, why not take advantage of your visit and enjoy a Loire Valley wine tasting? You can even reserve for small groups or make the tour private and combine an initiation to oenology with guided visits of the Chenonceau and Chambord chateaux.
If your stay in France is long enough, don’t hesitate to check out PARISCityVISION’s 2-, 3-, and 4-day sightseeing tours that leave from Paris to discover the most beautiful Loire chateaux but also Normandy and the D-day landing beaches, the towns of Rouen, Saint Malo and Honfleur, and Mont-Saint-Michel, famous for its verdant coastline and abbey, another point of interest easily reachable from Paris.
Visit the finest Châteaux of the Loire, Chambord, Cheverny and Chenonceau, built during the Renaissance. Discover the pleasures of the Loire Valley in the footsteps of Francis I and other Kings of France.
Small groups or private tours. Discover the Châteaux of the Loire with our driver guide. Visit the Château of Amboise with Leonardo da Vinci’s grave. Lunch. Visit the Château of Chenonceau and its gardens. Visit the Château of Chambord.
-10% on tours departing between January 08 and February 28
Exclusive offer: get a 15% discount on your trip if you go in August. Visit the finest Châteaux of the Loire at your own pace. Take a guided tour (audio guide) of the majestic Château of Chambord and the magnificent Château of Chenonceau with its elegant interior. A fascinating plunge back into the Renaissance. Also see the superb Château of Cheverny.
2-day sight-seeing tour to discover the Châteaux of the Loire Valley. Guided tours included: Château d'Amboise, Clos Lucé, gardens of Villandry, Château de Chenonceau, Château de Cheverny and Château de Chambord.
A 3-day sight-seeing tour to discover the Châteaux of the Loire and Mont Saint-Michel, between Normandy and the Loire Valley: the château of Langeais, Clos Lucé, the gardens of Villandry, Tours, the châteaux of Chenonceau, Cheverny and Chambord.
Two days for a guided tour of the Mont Saint-Michel and its abbey, including a sight-seeing tour of the Châteaux of the Loire Valley: Langeais, Chenonceau and Chambord. Accommodation included, transport by bus from Paris.
Discover the legendary Mont Saint-Michel and its bay. Take a 3-day trip to walk on the landing beaches of Omaha Beach and Arromanches, visit Rouen, Honfleur and Saint-Malo, and the Châteaux of the Loire Valley at Langeais, Chenonceau and Chambord.
4-day organized tour visiting the châteaux of the Loire: Langeais, Clos Lucé, Villandry, Chenonceau, Cheverny, Chambord… Discover the Normandy landing beaches, trip to Honfleur, Rouen, Mont Saint-Michel and Saint-Malo.