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All reviews bread would highly recommend this tour end of the day quiche excellent tour loire valley a lot of fun delicious lunch sense of humour booked this tour day tour nice touch coffee and pastry lots of history local wine worth every penny strawberries
I had toured these two chateaux many years ago, but my husband had not. I wanted him to have a wonderful time seeing them. He not only had a great time, but also I saw so much more than I had seen on my previous...More
This one-day tour was the highlight of our stay in the region. Agathe, the guide, was really excellent, informative and amusing. The 2 chateaux were amazing and the lunch in the private chateau was delicious. We started the day badly by having mixed up our...More
I finally arrived in Tours for my dream tour to the Loire Valley castles. Our guide Agathe was THE guide who had everything - knowledge, details, punctuality, and good English! - very professionally showed us for the best of our day. As we arrived at...More
This tour was absolutely incredible. From the ease of booking online to the actual tour itself, everything was first class. The chateaus were beautiful. Our lunch was prepared by the owner of the private chateau we visited. We were able to enjoy homemade quiche, bread,...More
This was an incredible experience on every level and TOTALLY worth the money. We are a family of six, ages 18 to 58 (four of the group in their 20s), and we stayed in Tours to meet up with our phenomenal private guide Agathe. We...More
Our experience was the same as Roam321672. Given my family connection to Chenonceau I would have liked to linger on the grounds a while and take in more of the war hospital museum. Nonetheless, it was a great morning there... More
Our experience was the same as Roam321672. Given my family connection to Chenonceau I would have liked to linger on the grounds a while and take in more of the war hospital museum. Nonetheless, it was a great morning there. Chambord is a very large, empty folly really. Amazing piece of architecture and a testament to the wealth and power of French kings. Two hours is plenty.