Transfer Castle in Loire Valley - Orly Airport

Castle in the Loire Valley - Orly Airport

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The expression Castles of the Loire designates a set of castles located along the Loire Valley, in the center of France and established on the Loiret, Loir-et-Cher, Indre-et-Loire and Maine-et-Loire regions.

Castles exist there from the medieval period. But it was with the triumph of Francis I that the region began to change, the latter becoming a crossroads for the exchange of goods. The Loire served the "Renaissance" ambitions of the French royal authorities. Here is a list of the castles showing these ambitions: Amboise, Angers, Azay-le-Rideau de Blois, Chambord, Château des Ducs, Bretagne, Chenonceau, Langeais, Saumur, Sully-sur-Loire, Villandry, Loches.

These monuments testify to the greatness of the sovereigns who came to settle here during the exercise of their functions. Thus, many castles of the Loire result from conflicts around the possession of the territory during the eleventh century. Nevertheless, most of the monuments were erected during the Renaissance.

The expression ‘Château de Loire’ is used in tourism to describe this region where dozens of castles are arranged next to vineyards. The banks of the Loire are occupied since the Paleolithic, people settling on the banks of the Loire and the numerous rivers of the region. For 6,000 years, the hunter-gatherers abandon the nomadic life and settle down in order to arrive at the territorial organization of the Gallic peoples.

The sites of all the important cities were built before the Roman occupation. Julius Caesar found very little resistance when he arrived in this region. Orleans, Tours, Angers have built a forum, a theater and thermal baths. The Gallo-Roman period saw an important development of production and trade.

The region is becoming more and more important thanks to the creation of canals. In the 19th century, the appearance of the railway introduced radical changes in the Loire landscape, eliminating navigation on the river, as well as the activity of the ports of the Loire. In the year 2000, the Loire Valley became the largest site in France in relation to the UNESCO World Heritage in terms of living cultural landscapes.


Amboise Castle

Royal Castle of Amboise has seen the birth of King Charles VIII in 1470. Amboise became his main residence. François I invited the inventor Leonardo DA Vinci before the latter invests the Château du Clos-Lucé. During the visit of this castle you can reach the towers of the medieval fortress located under the Renaissance Royal Quarters, but this visit is reserved for people in good physical condition aged 7 years at least.

The Chambord Castle

The largest among the Loire Castles, with its 365chimneys, 440 rooms and 128 meters of façade, the castle of Chambord is an artistic marvel, witness of the architectural Renaissance in France. The castle is located in the center of a park of 5,500 hectares, it was the hunting meeting place for the counts of Blois. Chambord is listed on the World Heritage List as a living cultural landscape.


With its gallery of portraits, the castle of Blois offers a summary of European history from the 14th to the 17th century, from the kings Philippe VI to Louis XIII. A visit to this castle is a great way to get to know all these stories of European and French royalties once and for all. Blois hosts The Rendezvous of History, an yearly event with many debates and conferences in the heart of the city.


B&B Hotel Blois (2 stars)

The B & B Hotel of Blois offers very attractive prices, compared to the rest of the Val-de-Loire establishments. Its rooms with bunk beds will be perfectly adapted to the needs of tourists coming to several. Located 8 km from Blois Castle, 5 km from Saint-Louis Cathedral and the Beaux-Arts Museum, this hotel offers bright, minimalist rooms with a flat-screen TV, free Wi-Fi and satellite channels. Pets are allowed and the parking is free.

Hotel Ibis Budget Amboise

For more than a decade, this hotel has gathered the best reviews in the travel forums. This 2-star hotel is located 2 km from the Chateau du Clos Lucé, 14 km from Chenonceau Castle and was built in the 16th century. The very affordable rooms decorated in casual ways can accommodate up to 3 people. They all include bunk beds, a work desk, free Wi-Fi and a flat-screen TV. The hotel offers access for people with limited mobility, pets are allowed and children will be comfortable here.

Hotel Chaptal

A two-star hotel with convivial rooms, it stands among the traditional buildings in the center of the village. Set 5 minutes from the Castle of Amboise, a 6-minute walk from the Loire, the decoration and colors of the rooms make Hotel Chaptal a great find. The rooms are equipped with a flat-screen TV and free Wi-Fi access. A buffet breakfast is available for a daily fee.


Orly airport is 262 km away from the Châteaux de la Loire. The shortest way is by taking the D305, the A 28 before joining the A10 and the A11. This itinerary involves a small detour by the Francilienne before arrival in Orly.