Gita di un giorno nella valle della Loira con degustazione di vini e castelli di Chambord e Chenonceau
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Si ferma a: Place des Pyramides, 75001 Parigi Francia
Incontratevi presso la nostra agenzia centrale di Parigi (se l'opzione è stata selezionata).
Se hai selezionato il prelievo in hotel, incontrerai la guida intorno alle 06:30 presso l'atrio.
Durata: 30 minuti
Passa da: Opera Garnier, Place de l’Opéra Place de l’Opéra, 75009 Parigi Francia
Lascia il trambusto di Parigi per l'affascinante e verde Valle della Loira, viaggiando su un lussuoso pullman climatizzato.
Si ferma a: Chateau de Chambord, 41250, Chambord Francia
Questo meraviglioso tour inizia con una visita a Chambord, uno dei castelli più riconoscibili al mondo e che in precedenza ospitava Francesco I. Lasciati guidare attraverso i suoi maestosi interni, ascoltando i segreti dell'aristocrazia francese.
Durata: 1 ora
Si ferma a: Domaine National de Chambord, le Chateau, 41250, Chambord Francia
La famosa scala a doppia elica è un capolavoro che si dice sia opera di Leonardo da Vinci! Potrai passeggiare per la tenuta.
Durata: 20 minuti
Si ferma a: Maison des Vins à Chambord, Place Saint Louis, 41250, Chambord Francia
Pieno di storia, potrai gustare tre dei vini più famosi della Loira, accompagnati da deliziosi prodotti locali.
Durata: 45 minuti
Si ferma a: Chateau d'Amboise, Montée de l'Emir Abd-el-Kader, 37400, Amboise Francia
Scopri il suo incredibile passato e lasciati incantare dalla sua riva mozzafiato. In inverno, ti verrà servito un pranzo tradizionale e una bevanda. Al di fuori di questo periodo, la guida ti darà alcuni favolosi consigli su dove mangiare. Se scegli di viaggiare il lunedì o il sabato in estate, sarà bello visitare l'altrettanto maestoso castello Amboise invece di Chambord e la degustazione di vini si svolgerà nelle deliziose cantine di Chenonceau.
Durata: 1 ora
Si ferma a: Chapelle Saint-Hubert, Place Michel Debre, 37400, Amboise Francia
L'incredibile monumento gotico costruito nel 1491 protegge la tomba di Leonardo da Vinci.
Durata: 15 minuti
Passa da: Office de Tourisme Autour de Chenonceaux, 1 rue du Docteur Bretonneau, 37150 Chenonceaux Francia
Viaggi attraverso la campagna francese prima di arrivare al Castello delle signore, sul fiume Cher.
Si ferma a: Castello di Chenonceau, 37150 Chenonceaux Francia
Soprannominato il "castello delle signore" grazie alle donne straordinarie che vi hanno vissuto, perfetto per coloro che amano l'arte di vivere francese: storia reale, natura accattivante e buon vino!
Durata: 2 ore
Passa da: Arco di Trionfo, Place Charles de Gaulle, 75008 Parigi Francia
Ritorno a Parigi alla fine del tour!
Si ferma a: Museo del Louvre, 99 rue de Rivoli, 75001 Parigi Francia
Ritorno al punto di partenza verso le 20:00!
Durata: 15 minuti
- Andata e ritorno in pullman di lusso da Parigi con guida autorizzata (se l'opzione è stata selezionata)
- Il pranzo è incluso in inverno dal 1° novembre al 31 marzo
- Andata e ritorno in pullman di lusso da Parigi con audioguida (se l'opzione è stata selezionata)
- Viaggio di andata e ritorno incluso prelievo e rientro in hotel da Parigi con guida autorizzata (se opzione è stata selezionata)
- Degustazione di 3 famosi vini della valle della Loira
- Ingresso - Chateau de Chambord
- Ingresso - Domaine National de Chambord
- Ingresso - Maison des Vins a Chambord
- Ingresso - Chateau Royal d'Amboise
- Ingresso - Chapelle Saint-Hubert
- Ingresso - Chateau de Chenonceau
- Il pranzo è escluso in estate dal 1° aprile al 31 ottobre
- Riceverai una conferma al momento della prenotazione
- Lunedì e sabato includono un tour di Amboise invece di Chambord
- Pranzo incluso in inverno (da novembre a marzo)
- Non accessibile in sedia a rotelle
- Accessibile ai passeggini
- Vicino ai trasporti pubblici
- Seggiolini per bambini disponibili
- Nessun problema cardiaco o altra malattia grave
- I viaggiatori devono avere una buona forma fisica
Tour was good. Lots of information, group was slow. We had fun but was too slow for our liking. Food and wine was good and the castles were gorgeous.
My husband and I enjoyed the 2 castles and wine tasting. The guide was very good and informative. The bus was a little disappointing due to stains on most of the seats and looked like it hadn't been cleaned recently. Overall though the trip was very nice.
Chanonceau Chateaux is good both from outside and inside, less crowded than Versailles. Chambord is great from outside but nothing much to see inside apart from the double helix staircase and lovely rooftop. Overall these Chateaux are good from outside in how they are built with pretty gardens surrounding them. But versailles is better from both inside to see the decorated rooms, sculptures, paintings and architecture. We took non-guided tour for these Chateaux which gave us ample of time on our own to see things around them.
We really enjoyed this tour but there wasn't a lot of time to explore. Next time, we will take the 2 day tour. The bus was very nice and I loved hearing all about the history of the monarchy on the way out to the Loire Valley. The only downside was that we had expected to be going to Chambord and we went to Amboise, a change that wasn't supposed to commence until summer. We contacted Viator and they promptly remediated. Highly recommend booking with viator!
This bus ride was very comfortable and they do a 1/2 stop on your way to use the bathrooms and get some snacks. Both chateaus are gorgeous and Francois was very nice and knowledgeable. He did this tour in English and Japanese.
Totally worth the price. It's a beautiful day out of Paris. The wine was delicious and I highly recommend doing the tour with a guide. The guide we had was Rocío and she is the best.
Our trip to the Loire Valley was excellent value. We were a small group and had a luxury mini bus which was great. Our tour guide Nicholas was an outstanding, a wonderful sense of humour and a multi linguist who accommodated everyone on the excursion in their home language without any issues. he was a superb tour guide, his knowledge of the two castles was brilliant, and while we enjoyed hearing about the 17th and 18th century history, it was a long drive and it would have been far more interesting to hear relevant details and some history of the areas we drove through. I would highly recommend this tour.
I really enjoyed this tour! My tour guide, Vincent, was absolutely excellent. He made the tour very interesting and enjoyable, including intriguing facts about the histories of the castles and the people who lived there. He really seemed to enjoy explaining these stories to us and I would 100% recommend him as a guide!
We were on a bus for six hours for this tour and during that time period there was no commentary by the guides on what we were seeing in the countryside on the long bus ride. We saw two castles that were beautiful but not worth the 6 hours on the bus. The tour guide walked very quickly through the castles without checking to see if we were able to follow her or see her in the crowds. On walk to the second castle we were almost overrun by a golf cart and she just kept walking paying no attention to her clients. There was one stop on the way to the first castle and time to purchase food at the first castle. My daughter said they could have at least given us water and not asked us to buy it from the bus driver! I paid $195 each for 5 members of my family. We were all extremely disappointed and felt cheated. The wine tasting was minimal-- in a room in the second castle.
Enjoyed the tour and the history behind the them. Could do without the wine tasting as the wines were not the best samples of what the region has to offer.
Helene and the entire staff were amazing! The bus was super comfortable and having WiFi was such an added bonus. Helene was very knowledgeable about the history of the buildings and people who lived in them. She did a terrific job in making it all come alive.
Jewels of Loire. Castles and beautiful nature. So much history. This trip highlights the most beautiful ones, and if you only have one day it is a perfect trip.
Great to get out of the city and see some historic buildings. There are some other tours that visit three chateaus/castles but this one visits two. We booked this one particularly to see Leonardo da Vinci's final resting place. The wine tasing was great - a bit of rose, white, and red and grape juice for my 2 kids along with some appetizers to cleanse the palette. English brochures were available at both Amboise and Chenonceau to read more about the history/properties. In Amboise, do follow the advice and go to lunch early to make sure you get back to the bus on time!
My only critique is that we signed up for the English tour but our guide was providing the Spanish tour at the same time. He repeated everything he said in English again in Spanish. Due to the repetition, we had no free time at any of the Chateau's, to browse them for ourselves or get to the gift shops. The tour itself was amazing! The Chateau's are magnificent and worth seeing. We went in March so there was a lunch provided at a restaurant close to one of the Chateaus, the food was delicious.