2-Night Loire Valley Tour from Paris

Loire Valley tour stop: Chenonceau castle with its reflection in the water.

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Loire Valley 2-Night, 2-day Tour from Paris

Price: $1,050 ($1,181 with 2nd Class Rail, $1,256 with 1st Class Rail).

2-night Loire Valley Tour from Paris. Visit three enchanting Loire Valley castles each tour day and enjoy lunch, paired with a Loire wine tasting. Accommodations at the four-starLe Choiseul hotel included.

Loire Valley Wine and Castle Tour Itinerary

In the morning you’ll depart Paris Montparnasse rail station via high speed TGV rail.  An hour later you’ll be over 145 miles away in the beautiful Loire Valley! 

Upon arrival in the city of Tours (the Loire Valley’s capital city) you’ll proceed to the Tourist Office where you’ll meet our guide and begin your two day Loire Valley adventure exploring France’s wonderful château country.

Loire Valley Tour – Day One

Take the train from Paris to the city of Tours.  You’ll meet your guide at the tourist office, conveniently located near the train station.

You’ll start the day with a tour of three select Loire Valley castles.  The schedule of castles visited rotates each day as below. Lunch, with a Loire wine tasting, is included each day.

Beautiful Chambord castle.
Beautiful Chambord castle

Daily Loire Valley tour castle visit schedule:

 – Monday and Thursday: Blois, Cheverny and Chambord

 – Tuesday and Friday: Chenonceau, Amboise, Clos Luce

 – Wednesday and Saturday: Château d’Azay-le-Rideau, Villandry, and Rivau 

Drop-off at the four star hotel Le Choiseul 6:30 p.m.

Dinner and overnight on your own.

Loire Valley Tour – Day Two

You’ll meet at the Tourist Office of Amboise at 9:30 a.m. for day two of your Loire Valley tour with a visit of three castles with a wine tasting and lunch. 

Drop-off at the four star hotel Le Choiseul 6:30 p.m.

Dinner and overnight on your own.

Loire Valley Tour – Day Three

After breakfast you’ll take a taxi (not included) to the Amboise rail station for your transfer back to Paris.  In fine weather, walk it!

About Le Choiseul Hotel and the City of Amboise

Check in hotel**** Le Choiseul – double occupancy. Located in the heart of Amboise, at the foot of the Royal castle, the luxury hotel**** Le Choiseul is a typical Touraine stone manor house, with an excellent on site restaurant.

The exterior of Le Choiseul hotel in Amboise, France.
The exterior of Le Choiseul hotel in Amboise, France.

Hotel may change according to availability. Should a provider be unavailable we will offer alternatives of the same standard.

Amboise is a gem of the Loire Valley.  Located in the heart of the region, it is an ideal  base for sightseeing. Historically and architecturally speaking, it is one of the cradles of the French Renaissance.  Among other claims to fame, Leonardo Da Vinci is buried here.

What’s Included in the 2-night Loire Valley Tour?

Package Includes:

  • Two nights hotel (double occupancy) at the four star Le Choiseul or equivalent
  • Breakfast
  • Transport in a luxury air-conditioned minibus
  • Two days of touring
  • The entrance fees at all castles.
  • Lunch and wine tasting both days
  • Guided visit in the castles

Not included:

  • Transfers from your hotel or apartment in Paris to the Montparnasse train station
  • Rail from the Loire Valley to/from Paris.
  • Dinner

Rail Information

Occasionally, last minute or high season rail prices will be higher than the prices listed above. We will always contact you before booking if this is the case. If you are not booking your rail through LinkParis.com, please do not book your train tickets until the correct rail times are confirmed by us. Rail tickets are emailed as a .pdf document for home printing.

All admissions, lunch, hotel, and wine tasting included. Available March through December.

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Why we love the Loire Valley –  One of the best parts of this tour, regardless of which day you choose, is the wine tasting experience.  I learned a lot about Loire wines. For instance, the local gravelly soil is perfect for complex white wines and light reds. Why? I don’t know, but the wine is delicious. – John