Hotel Castel Fleuri

10-12 Rue Groison, Tours, 37100, France
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Directions to Chenonceaux

by Melklim

How far is the train stop to Chenonceaux?

Re: Directions to Chenonceaux

by Beausoleil

From where?

Re: Directions to Chenonceaux

by Melklim

Will be traveling from Paris to Chenonceaux. Is the station close to the chateau?

Re: Directions to Chenonceaux

by Beausoleil

I'm not sure because we drove, but I checked the SCNF web site and the ticket I found was 76 euros.You can check the SNCF web site at http://www.sncf.com and see if you can do better. I had no idea of your dates, for instance. However, I bet you could get a bus tour from Paris for less than that so you might consider that as an option. If I were you, I'd check prices for both and then do what is most convenient.

You could also e-mail Guyon via VT (just click on his home page) and he could tell you where the train station is located.

Good luck. It's a lovely chateau and I know you'll enjoy your visit.

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Château Villandry

by tiabunna

Our previous visit to France was in winter and, much as we wished to see Villandry and its gardens, it was closed for the season. Getting there was a high priority on this trip and, I’m glad to say, the effort was very worthwhile. The chateau was built in about 1536 by Jean le Breton, but the gardens date from as recently as the early 1900s.

I took a minibus tour from the Office de Tourisme in Tours, probably the easiest way if you are not driving. On the 17km drive, the tour guide briefed us that the gardens are the main point of interest, the interior apparently is not overly impressive. I should also add that visiting time on the trips is somewhat limited, as the tour buses visit two chateaux in their half-day trips.

It is an understatement to say that the formal gardens are amazing, probably it’s best to let the photos speak for themselves. There even are formal gardens of vegetables such as lettuces and cabbages! To keep everything looking right, a team of 30 gardeners is employed in the summer and 15 in the winter!

It seems the gardens are now open year round for unguided visits. The hours vary, but typically are 0900 – 1700 in the winter and 0900 – 1900 in summer. The chateau is open from 4 February to 12 November, typically from 0900, but the times and dates are complex, so I would suggest you check the chateau’s website.

The Villadry castle and gardens

by Pierre_Rouss

The Villadry castle and gardens.
Very conventional castle but surrounded with magnificient gardens composed of incredibly varied species of plants and flowers. The gardeners setup patterns and shapes using flowers, bushes, even vegetables like cabbages, etc...
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by Sharrie

Another charming sight. As I delved into the Old City, the layers of familiarity began to unfold & I began to feel a sense of belonging here. It's almost as if I had been here before. A most unusual feeling...

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by Helga67

Due to its central location, Tours is ideal as starting point for your vacation in the Loire Valley. It's a bustling urban centre, with a great many restaurants, bars and cafés, and, thanks to the student population, a lively nightlife. It has a prettified and fairly animated old quarter, some good museums – of wine, crafts, stained glass and an above-average Beaux-Arts museum – and a great many fine buildings, not least of which is St Gatien's cathedral.

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