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renaissance

 

Mini Châteaux of Loire Valley

A concentrate of the history of the Loire Valley in an enchanting setting. Two hectares of wooded parkland and over 41 of...
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Chambord

At 45 minutes. An emblematic palace of the French Renaissance, the Château de François 1er is today an essential stop on the...
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Chaumont sur Loire

At 20 minutes. Perched on the rocky outcrop, the Château de Chaumont was built at the end of the 5th century by...
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Villandry

40 minutes. Among the castles of the Loire, Villandry undoubtedly owes its international fame to the exceptional set of its terraced gardens...
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Valençay

40 minutes. Endowed with Renaissance and classical architecture, Valençay, exceptional in its location overlooking the Nahon valley, has undeniable charm. To visit...
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Cheverny

The Château of Cheverny is situated in the Loire river valley and was the first private French château to open its doors...
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Château of Beauregard

At 35 minutes. Former hunting meeting of François 1er. The gallery with 327 portraits made Beauregard famous as well as its 5,600...
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Château Gaillard

15 minutes. In 2011, the royal domain of Château Gaillard was rediscovered and after 5 years of pharaonic work it opened its...
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Château of Clos Lucé

 Last home of Leonardo da Vinci, you can discover his home, his workshops, his inventions. A park, museum surrounded by nature will...
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Amboise at the heart of all the Renaissances

At 15 minutes.This emblematic monument and its landscaped gardens offer one of the most remarkable panoramas of the Loire Valley. An emblematic...
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