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We visited on a Friday and there were only a few people there. The map was a little confusing to start, but once you find the sequence of signs it gets easier. The climb up and down two towers is well laid out so that...More
There were not many people at the Chateau when we visited. Lots of steps and not much furniture but a great place to visit. The tour route around the Chateau was easy to follow and each room had a number and room name in French...More
My wife and I loved this Château. We visited on a Tuesday during high season and practically had the whole place to ourselves. Visors are free to roam the entire castle including the roof which has great views of the Rhone river and Château de...More
I would have given this 5 stars, but there was no guided tours available for that day. You get a self-guided pamphlet with small print and even a smaller printed map of the many floors and rooms.
That said the condition of the castle is...More
Really interesting and imposing castle with inner courtyards and plenty of rooms, chapels, watchtowers etc. Have never been to anywhere quite like it. The view from the roof is the amazing feature. However, adding to the experience at the moment is an exhibition around the...More
Located on the banks of the Rhone river, this imposing castle was built in 1401 by the King Louis II of Anjou, and completed in 1449 by his son Rene I. The location of the castle contributed to the toll being paid by merchants sailing...More
We were on our way back from Avignon to Arles and took a more scenic (TomTom!) return trip and came across this absolute delight. How wonderful to see a complete castle instead of ruins. The whole of the castle is available for viewing and the...More