Villandry

Villandry is a French village of the department Indre-et-Loire, in the region Center.

Length of itinerary  : 50 min.

Ussé

The castle of Ussé is in Rigny-Ussé, in Indre-et-Loire (region Centers, France). It is part of castles of the Loire. This castle is a private domain, opened to visit. It is up to the 7th duke de Blacas.

It makes the object of a classification as ancient monuments since 15th April 1931.

Length of itinerary  : 1h.

Chenonceau

The castle of Chenonceau is located in the village of Chenonceaux in Indre-et-Loire (France). It is part of castles commonly called the castles of the Loire. Built in 1513 by Katherine Briçonnet, prettified by Diana de Poitiers then Catherine de Médicis, saved during French Revolution by Louise Dupin, it is also called castle of the Ladies.

Castle furnished, decorated with rare tapestries and ancient painting, decorated with flowers every season, it’s the private ancient monument most visited by France, set by several gardens, a park and a wine domain.

Length of itinerary  : 1h.

Chambord

Chambord is a French village, located in the department of Loir-et-Cher and the region Centers.

The village is famous for its castle and its entirely rounded off park, national reservation of hunt where notably takes place presidential hunt.

The village and all territory of the village of Chambord is ownership of french state managed under form public establishment with industrial and commercial character of the name of Chambord’s domain.

Length of itinerary  : 1h10.

Blois

Blois is a French village, county seat of the department of Loir-et-Cher in region Centers. Blois is also the village most populated with the department.

It was under Louis XII, and for about a century, royal residence.

Length of itinerary  : 1h.

Amboise

Amboise is a city of Indre-et-Loire located on the edges of the Loire, in the arrondissement from Tours and the region Centers.

The city owes its reputation to the famous castle which dominates it, in the door of  the clock, in the Saint-Denis church , in the Castle duClos Lucé, where died Leonard de Vinci, and in the close pagoda of Chanteloup. His name is also tied to the bloody conspiracy of 1560.

Length of itinerary : 50 min.