Hotel L'adresse

12, rue de la Rôtisserie, Tours, Loire Valley, 37000, France
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Itinerary in Loire valley

by elicam

We will be travelling to the Loire valley for 5 days this summer, and we will have a rental car. We (young 30ish couple) would like to walk through the wine route, see the chateaux (but just see them, not spend hours looking at them) and generally relax in the countryside. We are definitely the outdoor type, not "museum people". Any suggestions on an intinerary or what we should reasonably plan see in 5 days? Any suggestions economical charming hotels would also be appreciated.

Re: Itinerary in Loire valley

by Poison

Well, the area is quite flat so why not do some bicykcling if you enjoy the outdoors. Also paddling in the Loire river is possible. Don't miss Pont canal de Briare and Sancerre.
And the view from the tower of the cathedral in Bourges is fantastic.
We saw all these places and visited Tours in just two days. Don't know about the hotels, we stayed at a friends place.

Re: Itinerary in Loire valley

by wanderlust23

In 5 days you can see quite a few chateaux. I would recommend Chambord and Chenonceau definately. And Amboise and Loches are kind of your quirky smaller castles, but well worth it. Loches is really interesting as most people don't see it but it has an 11th century church, and underground torture chambers. It's kind of more of a 'dark' medival castle.

I would recommend staying in Tours or Amboise as these are mostly central when it comes to the 'chateaux route'. My family stayed at the "Vieux Manoir" in Amboise. ( It was a great little place, very relaxing, cozy rooms, great propriator. She is an American woman from Boston, an ex-pat, who decided to open a bed-and-breakfast in Amboise. I would definately recommend her place!

RE: Itinerary in Loire valley

by johnto

If you are the outdoor type then why not take a day out and try some cycling. There are some fantastic cycle routes along the loire valley (leafletsare available with these Vello Verre routes on them)
If your near Blois then try a small hotel called Anne de bretagne they hire out bikes and the place is clean and friendly.
The local markets are also worth a visit can't remember which day it was on but the one at Loaches was good

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Explore the Cathedral Interior

by hquittner

Heavy pillars separate the nave from a pair of aisles on each side which continue around the choir as a double ambulatory. The choir is three story and lets in a great amount of light. It is fitted with fine 13C stained glass which the sun-quenching downpour made it impossible to photograph through. The transepts are a little out alignment because they had to sit upon previous Romanesque foundations. Each has a fine Rose window that has been adjusted to its setting: the one to the North has a slender support up its center and the South one accommodates an organ loft.


by Kuznetsov_Sergey

Loire - the river of the French kings.
The history of France was managed on coasts of this small but very important river. Earlier it was navigable within all the year. Now its channel is essentially narrowed. I did not see any big ship during the travel.

The quay had rather thrown and neglected appearance. Walk on the quay had not delivered me a great pleasure.

Centre de Congres VINCI

by Sharrie

Very close to the station is the Centre de Congres Vinci. If you can find this modern building, you'd be able to get to the Tourist office which is just across from it. The Tourist Office is very professional & can offer all kinds of suggestions & arrangements. Do visit them before you start on your journeys. I also managed to get stamps & postcards from them.

Pierre_Rouss's Tours and Loire region Page

by Pierre_Rouss

Tours is nice, you can spend a day or two max to visit the city. You should circle the countryside to visit the Loire valley and its surroundings.

As mentioned in my France homepage, I chose Tours as my Loire anchor city. The Tours region is located South-West of Paris.

It is a magnificent region, with wavy countryside along the Loire river, populated by numerous well known castles owned by kings, ducs, their concubines or mistresses. It was the vacation area for nobles from Paris. We can still feel this even now.


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Address: 12, rue de la Rôtisserie, Tours, Loire Valley, 37000, France