Visit four historic Loire Valley castles in one day from Paris via high speed rail
See the majestic castles of Chenonceau, Amboise, Chambord and Cheverny. All admissions included.
Price: $185 per person ($311 with 2nd Class Rail, $386 with 1st Class Rail).
Tour is available seven days a week from February through October. For off-season requests, which usually can be accommodated, please contact us directly.
Chambord, Chenonceau More Tour 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.
Click the icon next to each château for more information.
You'll visit two castles in the morning, have lunch at Chenonceau (not included), and then you'll visit the castles of Chambord and Cheverny in the afternoon.
You'll return to Paris via the Tours rail station and be back in Paris in time for a late dinner in the lively Montparnasse area.
See each stop plotted on a larger map: Chambord, Chenonceau and More Tour Map
What's Included on this Tour?
Tour Price Includes:
- Transport in a modern air-conditioned minibus
- Entrance fees at each castle
- Round trip transfers from your hotel or apartment in Paris to the Montparnasse train station
- Guided visit in the castles
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 - There are so many castles in the "Valley of the Kings". My favorite is Cheverny. It is among the smallest, but houses a literal battalion of hunting dogs that you can see on property. Chambord's sheer size is also amazing. When I was there, there was a giant Rolling Stones tongue logo carved in the lawn. Very cool - John
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