- Three day Mont St Michel and chateaus tour from Paris
- Guided tour of the abbey of Mont St Michel
- Free time to explore the mount and villages
- Guided tour of the Chateau of Langeais
- Free time to spend in Amboise
- Visit the gardens of Villandry, the last home of Leonado da Vinci
- Guided visits of the Chateaus of Chemonceau and Chambord
- Two nights' accommodation and meals included
- Professional local guide
From Angers, you will have a short stop at Chateau d'Angers before departing for Amboise, passing Cunault and Saumur. A guided visit of Chateau of Langeais will be followed by free time for lunch in Amboise before continuing to Clos-Luce - Leonardo da Vinci's last dwelling. End your day by visiting the Gardens of Villandry and the historic district of Tours.
Enjoy a guided visit of Chateau de Chenonceau before continuing to Cheverny for lunch. End your tour in the Loire Valley with a guided visit of Chateau de Chambord.
Begin by crossing the western districts of Paris and take the Normandy motorway. After a 4 hour drive, arrive at the restaurant "Relais Saint-Michel" for lunch. The afternoon is dedicated to a guided visit of the interior of the Abbey on top of the mount followed by free time (until 4:30pm) for enjoying the local animations. Drive on a national road to Angers. Accommodation and overnight stop in Angers. Dinner at the restaurant of the hotel.
Departure from Angers at 8:00am with a short stop for an outside glimpse of the Chateau d'Angers. Departure for Amboise passing by Cunault and Saumur. Guided visit of the Chateau of Langeais followed by free time for lunch in Amboise. Your afternoon continues with a guided visit of the Clos-Luce, Leonardo da Vinci's last dwellling then visit of the gardens of Villandry. Visit of the old historic district of Tours. Evening meal and overnight stop in Tours.
Departure at 8:30am for a guided visit of the Chateau de Chenonceau. Then continue as far as Cheverny for lunch at the Hotel Saint-Hubert. Your stay in the Loire Valley finishes with a guided visit of the "Chateau de Chambord" (the largest and most imposing castle in the Val de Loire). Leave Chambord at 4:30pm and reach Paris around 7.00pm.
Reviewed by Helen Marie D, November 2012
A boa organização da equipe garante aproveitar os muitos lugares visitados em 3 dias. Só tenho elogios principalmente a guia Marisa que fala espanhol e português do Brasil e esbanja conhecimento e paixão pelo trabalho.
Reviewed by Joe, October 2012
Well done! ....saw a lot in 3 days...knowledgeable and friendly guides who spoke good English..... hotels were clean with large rooms. Suggestions: include a winery stop.....don't spend so much time on lunch stops as it takes time from what we want to see...give us choices for food. For example my wife does not eat beef or pork