Discover Chambord


Chambord is a commune in the Loir-et-Cher department of the Centre-Val de Loire region in France. Located at the border of Sologne, Chambord is best known for being home to Chateau de Chambord, one of the most recognizable chateaux in France and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The area surrounding Chambord is famous for its rich hunting grounds and wild boar population.

When visiting Chambord, make sure to explore the historical landmarks, vibrant culture, and breathtaking landscapes that have made this destination a popular tourist destination for centuries. Start your visit with a guided tour around the imposing walls of Chateau de Chambord where you can see impressive Renaissance architecture and gardens laid out by King Francois I. Enjoy birdwatching in Etang des Landes or marvel at the picturesque Loire Valley while on an idyllic boat ride along its riverside villages. Finally, don't forget to try some local delicacies such as rillettes du Mans or quiche lorraine from one of many charming restaurants located within walking distance from downtown historic centre .