In the Loire Valley, there are no mountains but vast plains where French kings and the nobility built impressive and elegant castles during the Renaissance period. A chance for students to learn more about French history and architecture, while enjoying the landscapes of this charming region.
At the Clos Lucé, in Amboise, official home of Leonardo da Vinci between 1516 and 1519.
The Château de Chenonceau
The Château de Chenonceau is partly built over a river: the Cher.
The Loire Valley is also famous for its famous wines, such as the Bourgueil.
In the city of Tours, enjoying the local gastronomy.
The famous Château de Chambord.
Enjoying the view from the terrace of the Château de Chambord.