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Fly aboard one of our helicopters in order to see with a different point of view some prestigious castles and sumptuous residences which make the renowned of our region.
Duration :   25 hours
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Ref: MKTP_309

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 Chambord Castle.

Duration :   2 days
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Ref: CL2

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, the châteaux of Chenonceau, Cheverny and Chambord.

Duration :   3 days
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Ref: ML3

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.

Duration :   4 days
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Ref: NBC4

Immerse yourself in the Renaissance era by visiting three of the greatest Loire Valley Chateaux upon the 500th anniversary of Leonardo da Vinci's death. In a small group, visit the chateaux that host numerous exhibitions paying tribute to this Italian artist. Enjoy a lunch included.

Duration :   12 hour(s)
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The Clos Lucé, just a few hundred metres from the Royal Amboise Castle, is situated in the very heart of the city of Amboise in the Loire Valley, 190 kilometres from Paris. Construction began in 1110 with Hugues d’Amboise who called it the Manoir du Cloux.  It was transformed into Clos Lucé Castle by Charles VII and in 1490 became the summer residence of the kings of France.  François I would invite his friends to stay there often. In 1516 Leonardo da Vinci, the Renaissance painter, architect and engineer, accepted the invitation of François I to come to France.  He left Rome and crossed the Alps on the back of a mule.   Amongst his belongings he brought with him three canvases:  The Mona Lisa, Saint Anne and Saint John the Baptist.  He spent the last three years of his life at Amboise from 1516-1519. Today the castle is owned by the Saint-Bris family who open it to the public; the entire castle is given over to the genius of Leonardo da Vinci.  The Renaissance façade is constructed in rose coloured bricks and white stone. A visit gives you the chance to see Leonardo da Vinci’s bedroom and the cellars where you can see a collection of forty extraordinary machines which Leonardo invented and designed, such as the glider, the flying propeller and a tank. There are also other parts of the castle that are well worth a visit such as the bedroom of Marguerite de Navarre, the kitchen and the great council chamber. The castle is surrounded by a seven hectare Parc named Leonardo da Vinci which is dedicated to Leonardo’s masterpieces, his landscapes and botanical drawings with life-size models. Take advantage of our  4 days visit to Normandy, Saint Malo, Mont-Saint-Michel and Châteaux Country  with our qualified guides. During the visit to Amboise you will be able to see Clos Lucé for yourself.