You must have heard the term " Castles of the Loire Valley" before. Along the longest French Loire River, there are 120 Gothic and Renaissance castles located between Orleans and Angers.
The largest of them is the Chateau Chambord. This residence was an idea by Francis I Not only as a residence for the hunting season, but also a symbol of power.
Only ground floor is accessible for people with disabilities. There is a ticked office, but disabled people have free admission. Here you will find an interesting room where they ushered visitors and beautifully decorated carriages are displayed in other room.
Above all, pay attention to the massive staircase, which supposedly designed by the famous Leonardo da Vinci. The interesting fact is that the one, who goes up does not meet the one who goes down.
Its large gardens are easily accessible. The surface is either paved or you ca go on the wide paths.
Although Chambord is one of many others, it is definitely one of the most impressive…