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TourHotel Blois - La Chaussee-Saint-Victor - The castle of Blois

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The castle of Blois
The chateau at Blois is a masterpiece of Renaissance architecture, betraying aspects of medieval style. The Kings of FRANCE used to love to stay here, and it's easy to see why.
TourHotel Blois - La Chaussee-Saint-Victor - The stairs of the castle of Blois
The stairs of the castle of Blois
The famous staircase of the François wing 1st out of snail. Fine sculptures cover its buttresses and the staircase is bored broad openings, so that it is there in the open air.
TourHotel Blois - La Chaussee-Saint-Victor - The castle of Cheverny
The castle of Cheverny
Cheverny castle is where popular and classical art meet. This magnificent 17 th century castle was the the inspiration behind Captain Haddock's château at Moulinsart (of Tintin fame). In fact, Tintin fans will love Cheverny - there is a permanent exhibition called "The Secrets of Moulinsart". You can get around the park by boat on the lake or in a buggy - a fun and original way to explore the leafy surroundings.
TourHotel Blois - La Chaussee-Saint-Victor - The castle of Chambord
The castle of Chambord
The Royal Chambord castle , and its grounds, covers almost three thousand acres - virtualy the size of Paris. This vast expanse of nature simply begs to be explored. There are hundreds of miles of cycling paths and barge trips on the Cosson. This is a truly natural setting, where deer and wild boar roam freely. The "Metamorphoses of Chambord", a night time lamplit tour of the castle, is not to be missed. This is possibly the best way to discover the "jewel in the crown of the Loire", as you approach the château with a lantern in your hand, and you climb the curious yet ingenious intertwining staircases designed by Léonard de Vinci.
TourHotel Blois - La Chaussee-Saint-Victor - Castle of Chenonceau
Castle of Chenonceau

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Last update : 12/11/2016