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Loire Valley Castles in One Day from Paris
"The driver will pick you up in the hotel lobby in Paris and you visit three most famous Loire castles. You will visit three Loire castles. Emblematic of the Renaissance these three castles (Chenonceau Chambord and Chaverny) differ from each other in its architecture history and gardens design. The visit of each castle takes about one hour. The guide will tell you about the history of the castle and will show you its gardens. You will decide with your guide to which castle to make a longer visit. Besites that you can choose to visit two castles only and enjoy the tour at a slower pace. You will choose on your own!You will have an opportunity to dine at a cosy restaurant (not included in price). Our guide will suggest a menu to fully explore the French specify it in your booking (transportation only; wine tasting is not included in the price). The second option is visiting the interior of the Chateau de Chambord. You will get to know the history of palace (by reservation only)."
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Loire Valley Castles Day-Trip from Paris
"About only 2h drive from Paris towards the valley of the river Loire discover the amazing castle of Chambord the largest in the Loire Valley allegedly built to a design created by Leonardo da Vinci. Extravagant structure with massive tours and terraces holding 360 chimneys where the court and the women used to attend the king coming back from hunting. Of all the architectural wonders of Chamb the most famous is the double-spiral staircase core of the building. Discover also the town and castle of Amboise Royal castle and gardens overlooking the river and the blue-slate roofs of the town. The Saint Hubert chapel houses the tomb of Leonardo who died in Amboise. Tasting of Touraine wines
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Loire Valley Castles in One Day from Paris
"The driver will pick you up in the hotel lobby in Paris and you visit three most famous Loire castles. You will visit three Loire castles. Emblematic of the Renaissance these three castles (Chenonceau Chambord and Chaverny) differ from each other in its architecture history and gardens design. The visit of each castle takes about one hour. The guide will tell you about the history of the castle and will show you its gardens. You will decide with your guide to which castle to make a longer visit. Besites that you can choose to visit two castles only and enjoy the tour at a slower pace. You will choose on your own!You will have an opportunity to dine at a cosy restaurant (not included in price). Our guide will suggest a menu to fully explore the French specify it in your booking (transportation only; wine tasting is not included in the price). The second option is visiting the interior of the Chateau de Chambord. You will get to know the history of palace (by reservation only)."
From EUR208.00

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