What you need to know before traveling to Indre et Loire

Indre-et-Loire, like Indre, is part of the Loire Valley. People come to Indre-et-Loire hotels with the intention of viewing the many châteaux. There is the Château de Monpayon with its museum on the hunt. The Château d’Assay-le-Rindeau is a feminine structure with decorative turrets and frilly swirls. Its interior is airy, its moats, only for show. You can leave hotels in Indre-et-Loire to see the Château de Chenonceau with its turreted pavilion (1513-21) and romantic gardens, the Château d’Useé or the Château de Langais. Forget staying here for a weekend; Indre-et-Loire has too much to show you. It is easy to see why people will book discount hotels through EasyToBook.com. Indre-et-Loire requires time and money to explore.

The major city in Indre-et-Loire is Tours. Tours is the “Heart of the Loire Valley.” Here you can visit the Museum of Gemmail and the Tour Charlemagne. Here, too, is the Clock Tower and the Museum of St. Martin in the restored 13th century chapel of the adjoining cloisters of the Abbey. There is the Museum of Archeology, a Guild Museum and a Wine Museum in the 13th century cloisters of St. Julien church.

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