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Two Loire Castles plus Wine Cave Tour

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Visit two historic Loire Valley castles in one day from Paris via high speed rail

Visit the historic French castles of Chenonceau and Chambord.

Price: $255 per person ($386 with 2nd Class Rail, $461 with 1st Class Rail).

Tour is available seven days a week from February through mid December. For off-season requests, which usually can be accommodated, please contact us directly.  All admission fees included.

Chambord, Chenonceau  AND WINE CAVE Itinerary

Depart Paris Montparnasse rail station in the morning via high speed TGV. An hour later you'll be over 145 miles away in the city of Tours in the heart of the Loire Valley! Upon arrival at the Tours rail station you'll meet our guide and begin an exciting day discovering France's wonderful château country. You'll visit the following castles during the day: 

Flag pin Built on the site of an old mill on the River Cher, Chenonceau was disassembled, torched, demolished and rebuilt successively from the 11th century until 1513. It's famous for the arched bridge at its base joining the château to the river's opposite bank.

The gardens and castle at Chenonceau.

A couple of centuries of crumbling disrepair was finally addressed after World War II by the current owners of the castle. Other than the Royal Palace of Versailles, it is the most visited château in France.

Flag pin Chambord is the biggest Loire castle, yet was only built as a hunting lodge for King Francois I. It's been suggested, but not proven, Da Vinci had a hand in its design, but it's attributed to Phillipe Delorme.

Visitors approach the historic Chambord castle in the Loire Valley.

Unique architectural features such as the minaret-like spires and grand double helix staircase add to its distinction.  You'll do an extensive tour on site with a guide.  Transfer to the beautiful town of Amboise.

Late morning tour of the underground limestone rock cellars of Caves Duhard.   Starting as barrel makers, the Duhard family began wine making in 1874, based in old cave dwellings along the Loire river.   You'll taste Vouvray, Sancerre and more, featuring light reds and whites, plus extensive cold meat and cheese choices.  

After a leisurely lunch you'll go to Cheverny. 

Flag pin Designed by the same architect who created Blois, Cheverny has stayed in the Count of Cheverny's family almost continually since it was built in the 16th century.

A restored bedroom in the interior of Cheverny castle in the Loire Valley.

Intact interiors and priceless antiques are a must-see, but the famed hunting dog kennels on the grounds are the biggest draw, open for public viewing right next to the extensive kitchen gardens.

Loire Valley Day Trip - What's Included?

Tour Price Includes:

  • Transport in a modern air-conditioned minibus
  • Entrance fees and guiding at each castle
  • Caves Duhard tour and tasting.
  • Tour Price Does Not Includes
  • Round trip transfers from your hotel or apartment in Paris to the Montparnasse train station
  • Rail

Rail Information

TGV rail in France from Paris to the Loire ValleyOccasionally, 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 Link Paris, 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.