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Royal Château Of Amboise
Royal Château Of Amboise
Royal Château Of Amboise
Royal Château Of Amboise
Royal Château Of Amboise
Royal Château Of Amboise
Royal Château Of Amboise
Royal Château Of Amboise
Royal Château Of Amboise
Royal Château Of Amboise
Royal Château Of Amboise
Royal Château Of Amboise
Royal Château Of Amboise
Royal Château Of Amboise

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Chanteloup pagoda – Amboise

In the forest of Amboise, in a clearing in the middle of a 14-hectare landscape garden, surrounded by Asian-inspired plants and flowers is a pure “Marie-Antoinette”-style Chinoiserie. Reaching a height of 44 metres, this 18th century "extravagance" called the Chanteloup pagoda offers a superb view over the Loire Valley. Inside is a virtual representation of the sumptuous surroundings that existed on the estate on the eve of the Revolution. The Fû Hsi garden inspires meditation with its oriental species and extravagances.

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The town of Amboise

On the left bank of the Loire, Amboise has known how to preserve its signs of the past. Its royal château, whose terraces overlook the Loire valley, invites you to walk in the footsteps of the great figures of French History. At Easter, during the Wine fair, the aromas of all the different grape varieties waft their way through the astonishing tunnel of the château which lends itself perfectly to the occasion. At all times, Amboise and its busy shopping streets have known how to seduce visitors. Invited by François I, Leonardo da Vinci lived at the château of Clos Lucé where forty of his fabulous machines are presented.
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Valmer gardens – Chançay

On the left bank of the Loire, Amboise has known how to preserve its signs of the past. Its royal château, whose terraces overlook the Loire Valley, invites you to walk in the footsteps of the great figures of French History. At Easter, during the wine fair, the aromas of all the different grape varieties waft their way through the astonishing tunnel of the château, which lends itself perfectly to the occasion. At all times, Amboise and its shopping streets have what it takes to draw in visitors. Invited by François I, Leonardo da Vinci lived at the château of Clos Lucé where forty of his fabulous machines are presented today.
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St Martin-de-Tours boat – Rochecorbon

At Rochecorbon, hop on board the Saint-Martin-de-Tours for a safe and pleasant boat ride that will enable you to discover the Loire, which is a UNESCO world heritage site. You will navigate among wild islets and birds. As you follow the current, you will also spot the limestone cliffs of Rochecorbon in which numerous troglodyte dwellings were carved.
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Bigot Chocolaterie – Amboise

The Bigot chocolate and patisserie shop is a real gourmet stop in Amboise. This establishment was founded in 1913 and since the death of the founder René Bigot, it has been managed by the ladies of the family. Its tea room is reputed and often sought out for its "Pouchkine" and "Amboisine" chocolates, as well as for its macaroons in many different flavours… all offered in a cosy atmosphere!
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Vouvray wine-producers cellar – Vouvray

Vouvray wine-producers’ cellar welcomes you to a troglodyte site for a guided visit around the cellars and storehouse from where the fine bubbles in Vouvray wine originate, and where still wines are left to mature. The mini-museum on barrel-making and the video entitled "The 4 Seasons of the Vine" complete this discovery. Wine tasting with commentary and a gourmet boutique, complete with Loire wine sales.
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