Discover the best top things to do in Loiret, France including Atelier Musee de l'Imprimerie, Hotel Groslot, Rue Royale, Cathedrale Ste-Croix, Loire a Velo Cycle Path, Pont Canal de Briare, Chateau de Sully-sur-Loire, Chateau de Meung sur Loire, Chateau de Saint-Brisson-sur-Loire, La Maison des Etangs.
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The BIGGEST MUSEUM OF THE PRINTING OFFICE IN EUROPE More than 5000 m2 in 70km of Paris. 150 machines, Learn in one of the 5 workshops to make some paper, marble, compose, print... Discover the small theaters, the huge frescoes. Understand the functioning of printing presses in front of machines in movement.
Two hours well spent: I’ve learned a lot with our private guide. From Gutenberg to the Espresso Book Machine, with its integrated Apple Mac Mini. Highly recommended museum.
4.5 based on 391 reviews
Its charm comes from the bricks on the facade, the woodwork inside and particularly the painted ceilings and walls. Some precious furniture to be seen as well. The visit is free of charge and takes a few minutes.
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This is an amazing cathedral and very interesting to visit. Plus during the summer check out the amazing light and sound show at night.
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This is an incredible architectural feat - we traveled over the bridge in a canal boat and then went back to bike on it.
One of those strange constructions that you can find in France. It's worth the visit because of: -its uniqueness; -it's located in a nice and quiet region; -it's well kept; -the possibility of a small stroll; -... And take the opportunity to shoot some nice photos.
4.5 based on 645 reviews
The imposing medieval architecture of the chateau de Sully has dominated the Loire for seven centuries. With its high towers, its moats still filled with water and its superb conical roofs, the château gives the impression of having seen some of the finest moments of France's history. You can visit the residence of Maximilien de Béthune, better known by the name Duke de Sully, Henri IV's famous minister, and discover the history of this family which owned the castle for nearly four centuries !
We visited the castle with young children and found it really nice. The visit is planned to be ‘long enough’ with proper explanations about the specific rooms/areas been visited. Some areas are under renovation and thus off-limits to visitors. All very well kept and also well respecting COVID-19 rules. We visited on a very warm and sunny day, the castle was very cool temperature. Highly recommended.
4.5 based on 498 reviews
At the gates of Chambord, from the sophistication of its drawing rooms to its unsettling underground passages, you will be astonished while discovering this private chateau and the illustrious figures who have stayed there.
This was one of the highlights of our recent trip to the Loret region. The castle is very well preserved; the interior of the castle is beautiful and it has many old furniture; well-signalled (at least for French speakers) and the surroundings are quite nice to spend the day. Consider to visit the place on Sunday; so you can also see the local market. The gift shop has nice products from the region. Plan well; although it is relatively close to Orleans, the frequency of trains is a little bit sparse.
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The castle is open every day from 10 AM to 7 PM in July and August. Discover 1000 years of history in this small and unusual castle. The visit is fun for every age and for families.
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