Enjoy a wonderful day in the Loire Valley Region located at 100 miles far from Paris and dedicated to tourism with wine yards, gastronomy and an incredible density of castles!
The Loire Valley Region is also known as the Valley of Kings as this valley was much loved by the kings of France.
Visit Amboise which was built in the 15th and 16th centuries. This authentically royal palace introduced the Italian style to the Loire Valley. In the castle’ St Hubert chapel you can visit the Da Vinci tomb (own expense) recently renovated. In Amboise, you will have a wine tasting in one of the oldest cellar opened since 1508: Plou’s cellar or similar.
Discover the castle of Chenonceau also called the "ladies castle" and built in the 16th century on the river Cher and was the residence of Diane de Poitiers and of Catherine de Medicis Queen of France. You will spend a couple of hours in this charming place where you can also have a quick delicate lunch on your own at the castle’s restaurant called l’Orangerie before joining Amboise.
Finish your tour visiting Chambord, the most fascinating chateau of the Loire Valley. The Chambord estate is the largest enclosed park in Europe and still homes an abundant wild fauna.
You will then come to Paris and drop off at your hotel where you will arrive around 7.00 pm after an unforgettable day in the valley of the Kings.