Virtual Trip to France - Visit the Loire Valley!
As we are all stuck at home, our sponsor Veronic Travel is giving you a quick tour of one of the most iconic regions in France, the Loire
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Region of France - The Loire Valley
Rich in history, fine gastronomy, exquisite wines and outstanding castles, the Loire Valley, also known as the “Garden of
France”, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site which offers fantastic visits. The Loire Valley is located in the heart of France, only an
hour from Paris by high speed train.
VeronicTravel and its local specialist to the Loire Valley present the incredible richness of this unique heritage: the
Châteaux, the Gardens, the Vineyards, the Gastronomy and the charming “Art de Vivre”.
“When I was a little girl, we used to visit the Loire Valley with my parents. Each time my father chose the perfect stop to have
a good lunch followed by a tour in a Château. Today, here is my best choice”
CHAMBORD (on the main photograph), major symbol of the Renaissance with its incredible architecture and its famous revolutionary helix
staircase that Leonardo de Vinci may have designed.
BLOIS, offering a fascinating historical panorama through the centuries.
LE CLOS LUCE, was Leonardo de Vinci’s residence in Amboise for the last three years of his life. You will visit his apartment and
follow his “genius” steps.
VALMER, a fantastic garden, an extraordinary potager and a choice of delicious wine is a stopover for the passionate of this magnificent
AZAY LE RIDEAU, elegant and romantic, surrounded by the water, the Château is a perfect example of the refinement of an early Renaissance.
(Azay le Rideau)
MONTRESOR, is a private property owned by a Polish family since the middle of the XIX century. The Château has been furnished and decorated
with many valuable pieces of furniture and paintings.
The Gardens and Parks of the Loire Valley amaze the visitors as much as the Châteaux they surround at every season.
VeronicTravel tours – 5 or 3 or 2 days or day tours - offer a wide scope of the very best of the Loire Valley
including the finest local restaurant, wine tasting in private estate and charming boutique hotels.
(Jardins de Villandry)
(Château de Chenonceau)