Built in the Renaissance and become the home of Diane de Poitiers, the castle of Chenonceau is one of the most beautiful castles of the Loire, if not the most beautiful. Visit Chenonceau Castle, its French gardens and the Wax Museum and enjoy the unique atmosphere of this building controlling the Cher.
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The Clos-Lucé is the last home of Leonardo da Vinci. A few yards from the royal castle of Amboise lived the greatest genius of all time. Visit the Clos-Lucé and its reconstructions of Leonardo da Vinci's machines.
Visit the famous Amboise Castle embellished by Charles VIII on his return from Italy, which marks the beginning of the Renaissance in France. It is here besides that this king of France dies, as well as the famous Leonardo da Vinci in his house of Clos-Luce below the castle. Do not hesitate and book your tickets now.
Azay-le-Rideau is one of the most beautiful castle in the region. Its interior as well as its moats and gardens are a feast for the visitor's eyes.
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Jewel of the chateaux of the Loire, Chambord was designed for the pleasure of the great King Francis I and became the symbol of the Renaissance.
Located near Amboise, in the direction of Chenonceau, the Pagoda of Chanteloup rises as a tribute to friendship and remains the only remnant of the Chanteloup Park since the destruction of the castle in the nineteenth century.
The castle of Villandry interweaves architectural styles from the Middle Ages to the eighteenth century through the Renaissance and botanical splendors with exceptional gardens recomposed. Discover castle and gardens by booking your tickets now.
The royal city of Loches brings together the main historical monuments of the city with the medieval dungeon of Loches, built at the beginning of the XIth century and which served as royal prison with the famous "girls" of Louis XI, as well as the royal lodging dominating the valley of the Indre.
Center of the power of the Plantagenets then of the court of the dolphin Charles VII, the fortress of Chinon and its castle dominate and controls Vienna. Come visit this Mecca of Anglo-French history.