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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
From EUR1,030.00
 
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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By Bus to Airport

Bus 23 goes from Fallon des Fleurs, Gare SNCF, Boulevard Gambetta and Rue Dante to the Airport terminal T 1, € 1,50. Bus 98 goes from Riquier, Avenue Felix Faure and Rue Alberti (station Bermond),...
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Just a short walk from the other stations about 5-10 minutes from Lille Flandres station Europe Railway station is a very modern railway station constructed to host the Northern TGV trains on the high...
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Metro, Funicular, Bus & Tram

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I wanted to share our experience with Chamexpress: the drivers are rude and unfriendly. No attention to customer satisfaction whatsoever. We booked through internet and got 3 confirmations emails....
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As a cyclist I had no occasion to use the Tram or the Métro, but I am happy to say that Toulouse has both. The trams in my first three photos are from the line T1, which is eleven kilometers long and...
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Gare de Colmar or Colmar Railway Station is situated not far from historical center. It takes only fifteen minutes to get historical center by walking on your own feet. Building of Railway Station was...
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Electric Golf Carts

if you have money to burn and would want to go around the Gardens of Versailles and the Trianon Gardens and the Grand Canal in style, then you can hire an electric golf cart to go around the huge 800...
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Public Bus

Again since the city of Bordeaux owns all public transport, you can take the many public buses to go around Bordeaux for sight seeing and more and there are 65 bus lines serving Bordeaux and the...
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From the airport of Nice to our hotel in Cannes (near the Plage du Midi) we took a normal taxi at the airport. It did cost us with all the usual supplements (ref. my tip from/to Nice airport) 85...
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Train

The Avignon Centre train station, which was being remodeled during the time of my visit, is the central station just outside the ramparts of Avignon. If your hotel is right in the city center then you...
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Ferries

The two main ferry companies which sail in and out of Saint-Malo are Condor and Brittany Ferries both of which use the Terminal Ferries de Naye, about a kilometre south of the walled city. NB that...
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River Boat Cruise

Arles is a major Stopover for the Rhone' River Cruises that is popular in this part of France and many Companies such as Avalon Waterways, Riviera Travel, Oenotoruisme, Taux and other river boat...
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Musée du Louvre

Did you know the Louvre provides many options for visitors who need accessibility help. For the Visually Impaired, they offer in English and French audio descriptions that will guide hands over...
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Vieux Nice - Old Town

the old town of Nice is located along the south eastern part of the city and it stretches roughly from the Port of Nice and extends up to the Place Messena area and Prince Albert 1 gardens. there are...
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Notre-Dame Cathedral

The Strasbourg Cathedral is amazing; however, at Christmas it is a completely different church. It takes on a new life . . . as a church should at Christmas. We were there not long after the 2015...
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Place du General de Gaulle - Grande Place

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Basilica Notre Dame de Fourvière

I rarely give a tip a nondescript title, but in the case of Basilique Notre Dame de Fourvière the word "Wow!" is enough to describe it. While it looks pompous, but still rather harmless from the...
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Aiguille Du Midi

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