How to Visit the Loire Valley Castles in 1-Day from Paris

Amboise Castle

Amboise Castle, nestled along the Loire River, captivates with its Renaissance architecture, royal history, and Leonardo da Vinci's final residence.

Clos Lucé

Clos Lucé, in France's Loire Valley, was Leonardo da Vinci's final home, now a museum celebrating his art and inventions.

Castle of Chenonceau

Château de Chenonceau, a jewel of the Loire Valley, spans the Cher River with its elegant architecture and picturesque gardens.


Château de Cheverny, a stunning Loire Valley estate, enchants with its grandeur, magnificent interiors, and well-preserved hunting traditions.

Chambord Castle

Château de Chambord, a marvel of Renaissance architecture in France's Loire Valley, showcases double helix staircases and majestic hunting grounds.