Loire Valley wine tasting and a three castle tour from Paris
Price: $235 ($366 with 2nd Class Rail, $441 with 1st Class Rail).
Visit three enchanting Loire Valley châteaux paired with a Loire wine tasting. All admissions, lunch, and wine tasting included.
Tour runs everyday except Sunday. Daily castle schedules below.
Loire Valley Wine and Castle Tour Itinerary
Depart Paris via high speed rail in the morning headed toward the city of Tours. An hour later you'll be over 145 miles away in the heart of the Loire Valley! Upon arrival you'll proceed to the Tourist Office of Tours where you'll meet our guide and begin an enchanting day discovering the Loire Valley's wonderful castles.
You'll visit three historic castles and enjoy a tasting with our wine specialist who will teach you all about Loire wines.
You'll return to Paris via the Tours rail station in the early evening and be back in Paris in time for a late dinner in the lively Montparnasse area.
Loire Wine and Castle Tour Schedule
The schedule of castles visited rotates each day.
Click the icon next to each set of châteaux for more information.
What's Included on this Tour?
Tour Price Includes:
- Transport in a luxury air-conditioned minibus
- The entrance fees at all castles.
- Wine tasting
- Guided visit in the castles
- Transfers from your hotel or apartment in Paris to the Montparnasse train station
- Rail from the Loire Valley to/from Paris.
- Lunch . Time for lunch set aside.
Occasionally, last minute or high season rail prices will be higher than the prices listed above. We will always contact you before booking if this is the case. If you are not booking your rail through LinkParis.com, please do not book your train tickets until the correct rail times are confirmed by us. Rail tickets are emailed as a .pdf document for home printing.
Why we love the Loire Valley - One of the best parts of this tour, regardless of which day you choose, is the wine tasting experience. I learned a lot about Loire wines, for instance, the local gravelly soil is perfect for complex white wines and light reds. Why? I don't know, but the wine is delicious. - John