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Chenonceau Castle Admission ticket

1. Chenonceau Castle Admission ticket

Enjoy access to Chenonceau site and its wonderful gardens. This unusual castle was built on a bridge across the Cher River. To learn more about castle history, audio guides are available in 16 languages. The castle is located near the small village of Chenonceaux in the Indre-et-Loire department. Chenonceau castle, also known as the Chateau des Dames, is famous for the great heroines who lived there, such as Diane de Poitiers and Catherine de Medicis, and for the beauty of its Renaissance gardens. Chenonceau castle was also used as a military hospital during the First World War. Discover the rich history of this incredible fortress.

Amboise: Clos Lucé Castle, Da Vinci Park and Museum Ticket

2. Amboise: Clos Lucé Castle, Da Vinci Park and Museum Ticket

Learn about the history of Leonardo da Vinci and his masterpieces (including the Mona Lisa) during his time in France at the Château du Clos Lucé. Invited by King Francis 1st of France, Leonardo da Vinci left Italy and took up residence at the Château du Clos Luce in the autumn of 1516. Appointed "first painter, engineer and architect to the King", Da Vinci served the monarch with his talents, working tirelessly on numerous projects and imagining plans for the "ideal château". With this admission ticket, you will receive access to both the castle and park. The visit will begin in the bedroom of Leonardo da Vinci, the site where Leonardo died in 1519 at the age of 67. From the window, you can see the Saint Hubert Chapel at the Royal Castle of Amboise, which is the burial place of Da Vinci. Whilst in the Leonardo da Vinci Park, you will learn about the artistic creations and major inventions of the artist. You will enter the imaginary world of Da Vinci, seeing the world as he did in these unique grounds.

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What people are saying about Amboise

What a fun and exciting place! There is so much room to spread out and get out of the crowds with plenty of shade in this gorgeous park setting. We parked near ‘entrance 2’ and went straight in with our skip-the-line vouchers through a separate entrance. We paid 3,80 after half the day, btw. Delicious gelato down the steps below the castle helped keep our blood sugar up! Eventually, we toured the castle where Leonardo Da Vinci lived. The life-size models of Da Vinci’s inventions were fun and the museum of his architect has a clean toilet as you enter this marvelous exhibit! One of our best days yet!

Unbedingt besuchen! Leonardo Da Vinci hat im Schloss Clos Lucé seine letzten Lebensjahre verbracht.Sehr interessant ist das Museum mit seinem Atelier!!! Der Da Vinci Park ist wunderschön angelegt. Einen kleinen Fußmarsch entfernt befindet sich das schöne Chateau Amboise. Man hat von hier oben einen wunderbaren Ausblick.Das Chateaui ist ebenfalls umgeben von einem schönen Park mit Da Vincis Grabstätte.

Das Schloss Chenonceau ist auf jeden Fall einen Besuch wert.Wunderschön ist auch die Parkanlage.Es gibt ein Ticket mit Zeitfenster.Vor dem Eintritt ins Schloss kann man im schön angelegten Garten spazierengehen oder sich die Zeit im Café vertreiben.

Beautiful house and amazing gardens. Inventive displays. Great learning experience.

Magnificent park and visit of Leonardo Da Vinci's apartments to do absolutely.