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Stop At: Chateau Royal d'Amboise, Montée de l'Emir Abd-el-Kader, 37400, Amboise France
You will reach towards Amboise, with its spectacular view over the Loire river, with his saint Hubert Chapel, famous for being the last resting place of Leonardo da Vinci and with its massive gothic defensive features it evokes that bygone era of knights on horseback.
Duration: 1 hour
Pass By: Le Chateau du Clos Luce - Parc Leonardo da Vinci, 2 rue du clos Luce, 37400, Amboise France
Near Amboise you will stop at Clos Lucé for some quick pictures, which used to be the official residence of Leonardo da Vinci, between 1516 and 1519.
Stop At: Chateau de Chenonceau, 37150 Chenonceaux France
Then you will continue your trip to discover a real jewel, Chenonceau with his magnificent gardens. It’s a beautiful mixture between Gothic and Renaissance styles. Chenonceau is a unique castle, spanned over the river Cher, called also “Chateau des dames”, its ornately carved decoration and history of romance and rivalry, this Château lives up to its passionate reputation and has been seducing visitors for hundreds of years.
Duration: 2 hours
Stop At: Chateau de Chambord, 41250, Chambord France
In the afternoon, you will finally discover Chambord, the most grandiose of the Châteaux. You will see, boasting massive medieval towers perfectly blended with Renaissance elegance. Set in 13,000 acres of parkland this former royal residence represents the pinnacle of France’s 16th century architectural revolution, and the double helix spiral staircase at the heart of the Château, attributed to Leonardo da Vinci is simply mind-blowing.
Duration: 1 hour