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From Paris (north) : motorway A 10 towards Blois, exit n° 16 towards Mer, then secondary road D 112 to Chambord.
 
From Paris (north) : motorway A 10 towards Blois, exit n° 16 towards Mer, then secondary road D 112 to Chambord.
 
From Tours (south) : motorway A 10, exit n° 17 towards Blois, then secondary road D 33 to Chambord
 
From Tours (south) : motorway A 10, exit n° 17 towards Blois, then secondary road D 33 to Chambord
 
==Get around==
 
  
 
==See==
 
==See==
 
[[Image:ChambordFull.jpg|thumb|Front view]]
 
[[Image:ChambordFull.jpg|thumb|Front view]]
 
The royal castle is so impressive that it takes at least one hour to visit (8,5 Euro, 2005).
 
The royal castle is so impressive that it takes at least one hour to visit (8,5 Euro, 2005).
 
==Do==
 
  
 
==Buy==
 
==Buy==

Revision as of 18:29, 16 August 2005

Chambord The royal castle and domain of chambord may count as one of the most impressive in the region.

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From Paris (north) : motorway A 10 towards Blois, exit n° 16 towards Mer, then secondary road D 112 to Chambord. From Tours (south) : motorway A 10, exit n° 17 towards Blois, then secondary road D 33 to Chambord

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The royal castle is so impressive that it takes at least one hour to visit (8,5 Euro, 2005).

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Official site of the "domaine national de Chambord"

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