372 reviews of Loire Valley Castles Day Trip: Chambord, Cheverny and Chenonceau
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Reviewed by Suzie, Australia, April 2012
We enjoyed this trip very much, scenery and history fantastic. Lunch at restaurant at Cheverny one of the best we had in France. Recommend highly
Reviewed by Kathleen C, April 2012
Wonderful experience! Couldn't cram more information into the brain or more culture into a day. And the tour guides were consistently helpful, informative and gracious.
Reviewed by Sharon W, April 2012
It was outstanding and amazing! Tour guide was top shelf, the chateaus were wonderful. Highly recommend it!
Reviewed by Lauren D, USA, February 2012
I am 24 years old and went on this trip with my boyfriend. We both loved it! Our tour guide spoke both English and Spanish, so we can to be patient and wait our turn for the English translation of everything. There was some free time to explore each Chateau ourselves and wander the gift shop. I'd suggest this trip for anyone who would like to get away from Paris for the day :)
Reviewed by Kerry J, January 2012
This was a brilliant trip and one we would highly recommend. Guide was fantastic, audio system and communication on bus was fantastic and the bus was comfortable and clean. At each of the castles the guide breathed life into the history with her rich stories shared with enthusiasm and passion. We also had time on our own and the balance was perfect - we were not left wanting for anything. Thank you!.
Reviewed by wenll, January 2012
Wow this was an amazing tour with pleanty of photo ops. It was lightly raining on one of the castles adding to the whole atmopshere I thought. Was simply amazing and we had a great tour guide who taught us lots. A must!
Reviewed by Kendrick C, January 2012
The overall experience was good. Only wish we had more time at Chenonceau, didn't get a chance to look around in garden or get a photo of the exteriors. But it was a nice trip.
Reviewed by Randi P, January 2012
This was a wonderful tour. The guide was knowledgeable and funny, the bus was clean and comforatable and the castles were lovely. The lunch that was included was very good as well. It was well worth the money. I found this rather relaxing as you could sit back and view the countryside as you were taken from castle to castle.
Reviewed by Silda V, January 2012
The tour was amazing and the tour guides were very knowldgeable and made the tour incredibly fascinating. I strongly recommend.
Reviewed by Brian H, USA, January 2012
We really enjoyed this trip. The destinations were well chosen, the guides were excellent and the lunch was very good. We went with our 3 kids in their early twenties and everyone had a good time. It is a long day however- about 13 hours for us as the castles are about a 3 hour drive from Paris.
Reviewed by Marybeth S, USA, December 2011
Great tour, castles were beautiful. Bring your camera. Guide was good. We had whisper headsets so it was easy to hear all the commentary. I would do this trip again.
Reviewed by the ferraris, December 2011
Wonderful day - great guide and the castles were fantastic. Lunch was very good. I would love to see additional tours offered for other castles!
Reviewed by Pavee, December 2011
Great day trip to see castles in the Loire Valley. Prepare to sit on a bus for a long time since these the Loire Valley is about 3 hours from Paris. Castles are very beautiful and impressive.
The tour left at 7:15 AM from their office and stopped for coffee/snack at about 8 AM. We had lunch around 1 PM. We got back to Paris around 8 PM.
Reviewed by Thomas H, November 2011
Another great trip! Great ride and great guides.Very professional and terrific value!
Reviewed by Christina F, November 2011
awsome place amazing definately needs to be on everyones itinery!
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