Chambord is world famous for its castle, for its 365 chimneys, built under the reign of Francois the 1st with the maps of Leonardo da Vinci.
The famous feature of Chambord is to have preserved its park and forest, belted per a wall that is more than 2 meters high and 32 kilometers long.
In this park live in freedom deer, fallow deers & wild boars.
To observe the animals in the wild, the day is necessary. Being organized on a weekend, it benefits both the park, but also the visit of the castle, which features magnificent tapestries. To sleep, immediate to the beautiful city of Blois, in the heart of the wild valley of the Loire, that is in World Heritage of Humanity, is ideal. Disclaimer : The management team of the destination has the possibility to change the opening days and hours without prior communication.
Many towers are strategically located throughout the park, which can be used freely for observing the behavior of the king of the forest, the deer, without disturbing it. (Bring binoculars)
By train: Train station of Blois, then taxi, car or bike
By car: highway A10, exit 16, 'Mer-Chambord', from Paris, or exit 17, Blois, from Bordeaux.