Chambord

Chambord is located in the Centre region and specifically in the Loir-et-Cher department. She is known primarily for Chambord Castle, one of the jewels in terms of castles worldwide. It is distinguished by its architecture of the Renaissance. Where to stay? There are some hotels in Chambord http://www.cityzeum.com/ar/reserver-un-hotel-a-chambord as the Hotel du Grand Saint Michel Place Saint Michel. This hotel offers single, double and even triple. Prices are reasonable and vary between 50 and 100 euros. We also find the house http://www.le-clos-pres-chambord.com/ Le Clos près Chambord offering themed rooms (sweet, salty, sour and cocoa). The rooms are designed to accommodate two people and cost around 70 euros. The house is air conditioned and overlooks a beautiful garden. Moreover, we find the Hotel-Restaurant du Parc, Le Clos Josephine and the house next door. There is parking at the road that the Commission welcomes campers. It is open all year and the motorhome can spend the night. How to get there? To get to Chambord, Loire three transport companies Vision, Cityrama and France Tourism provide bus shuttles between Paris and Chambord. The two neighboring train stations are http://www.cityzeum.com/tourisme/blois Blois and Tours http://www.cityzeum.com/tourisme/tours. Then, passengers can take bikes or minibus. Climate: The climate is characterized by average temperatures between 5 and 20 degrees. Winter is rainy with rare snowfall. Temperatures vary between 1 and 11 degrees. The summer knows some days where the mercury above 35 degrees