Our Top Day Tours to the Loire Valley from Paris
Visit the enchanting Loire Valley. Book a day tour to the Loire Valley from Paris here. Any of our Loire Valley tours can be made private. All of our tours meet in the Loire Valley in the city of Tours – just a two minute walk from the rail station and one hour from Paris via high speed TGV rail.
The Castles of Chambord, Chenonceau and More Tour
The titans of castle design all in one day from Paris: Chambord, Chenonceau, Amboise and Cheverny. Our most popular Loire Valley tour from Paris. See the brilliance of Leonardo da Vinci’s design, the Cheverny hunting dogs and imagine the opulent life of French royals.
Villandry Castle and More Tour
Villandry and More – Explore four lesser known, but no less fascinating, Loire castles all in one day. An enthusiastic local guide unveils the gardens of Villandry, the 12th century Chateau d’Usse, the 14th century Chateau Langeais, and the dramatically river-situated Azay Le Rideau, without feeling rushed.
Loire Wine and Castle Day Trip From Paris
Two Loire Castles plus Wine Cave Tour – Enjoy a fascinating morning in the Gothic splendor of Chenonceau, move on to a wine tasting at Caves Ambacia, with local Loire wine tastes, including a vintage Vouvray and a sommelier-led class. Then finish the day at the biggest castle of them all, Chambord.
Vouvray Tasting and Castle Day Trip
Two Loire Castles Plus Vouvray Tastings – From one of the biggest castles, Villandry, to one of the smallest, L’Islette, this day of family-owned castles is perfectly paced. You’ll have a wine tasting lunch, but the quaffing does not stop. At L’islette enjoy an afternoon of local Loire Valley wine tastes and sips on the chateau grounds, right along the quaint Indre River.
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About the Train to the Loire Valley from Paris
The TGV train makes a day trip to the Loire Valley from Paris an easy choice, offering a perfectly-timed fast and clean train. You’ll depart just after 7:30 a.m. from centrally-located Gare Montparnasse (“gare” is station in French), about 15 minutes south of the Eiffel Tower on the Left Bank. On the plus side, several metro lines feed in under the main station, but you might find yourself taking a lot of stairs and tunnels up to daylight. Factor that in or take a cab, says the Linkparis team. The return train will get you in for a not-too-late dinner. The Montparnasse area happens to have a couple of stellar crepe restaurants.
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