If you have only one day to discover the countryside of France. Don't miss the Castle Valley.
Amazing hunting lodges like the Chambord Castle, and Chenonceau castle built over a river, discover a part of Kings of France's history at Amboise Castle. 
On the way, wine tasting, a gastronomic restaurant, and the Leonard de Vinci House can also be enchanting for your trip.
Options are available to discover in a luxurious way all the finest treasuries of these castles.

Your journey :

Around 7/8am after breakfast, You will head out directly to the Amboise castle. The Royal House, The St. Hubert chapel with the Leonard de Vinci tomb, and the beautiful gardens.

If the story and works of Leonard de Vinci interest you, feel free to stop at his house in the nearby village of Clos Lucé, where he lived for 3 years.
A collection of fifty models made of solid beech wood produced from Leonardo da Vinci’s drawings illustrate the variety of his engineering talents: aeronautical, industrial machines, maritime engineering, measuring instruments, mechanisms, civil engineering, architecture, and military engineering.

For Lunch, to live the magnificent of these periods, we recommend enjoying a gastronomic lunch at the Castle of Chenonceau but a full of other options exist. Your guide will advise you according to your wish.

Another option is to have a wine tasting with cheese and charcuterie. Reservation in advance is recommended! Let us know! 

Following your lunch, you will visit with your guide or an audioguide the Chenonceau castle. 

Built on the river Cher, where the unique beauty of its architecture reflects in the water, the Chateau de Chenonceau is one of the finest castles in the Loire. Audio-guided Visit.

Your last visit will be the Chambord castle.
With its 128 meters of facade, 440 rooms, and 365 fireplaces, Chambord, near Blois, is the largest of the Loire Valley castles. Located at the heart of a 5440-hectare park (of which 4500 is forest), this castle was used by the renaissance gentry for hunting. Its moat, surrounding walls, and central keep with four towers express the strength of French architecture.

Depending on the period, different attractions are available; an equestrian show, horse-drawn carriages to discover the wild nature of the presidential private hunting park, a small boat trip along the canal, and private lunch in a castle room.


  • English or Spanish-speaking driver-guide for 12 Hours
  • Entrance fee Amboise castle - Chenonceau castle - Chambord castle


  • licensed guide in other language
  • wine tasting
  • Lunch 
  • equestrian show at Chambord castle
  • horse-drawncarriage at Chambord castle
  • Leonard da vinci clos Luce house entrance fee in Amboise