Château Gaillard
Park und Garten, Historische Stätte und Denkmal

Ab 12 €

  • Accueil vélo
  • Parcs et Jardins en région Centre
  • La Loire à Vélo

SCI Dom Pacello
95-97 avenue Léonard de Vinci
29 allée du Pont Moulin
37400 AMBOISE

Sprachen

  • Französisch
  • Englisch
  • Spanisch
  • Italienisch

The Royal Estate of Château Gaillard is a 15 hectares paradise of greenery located in the heart of the city of Amboise. It is the forgotten Paradise of the Renaissance in Touraine. On his return from Italy in 1496, young King Charles VIII fell in love with Italian cities and palaces and decided to recreate a "Paradise on Earth" at Château Gaillard in Amboise. In order to fulfill this dream, he convinced 22 Italian artists to come back with him to Amboise. Dom Pacello, the most famous gardener in 1500, was also part of the team. He planted the first gardens of the French Renaissance at Château Gaillard and acclimated the first orange trees in France. After 5 years of intensive restoration carried out by 50 artisans and craftsmen from the Loire Valley the castle is now open to the public.

The Royal Estate of Château Gaillard is a 15 hectares paradise of greenery located in the heart of the city of Amboise. It is the forgotten Paradise of the Renaissance in Touraine. On his return from Italy in 1496, young King Charles VIII fell in love with Italian cities and palaces and decided to recreate a "Paradise on Earth" at Château Gaillard in Amboise. In order to fulfill this dream, he convinced 22 Italian artists to come back with him to Amboise. Dom Pacello, the most famous gardener in 1500, was also part of the team. He planted the first gardens of the French Renaissance at Château Gaillard and acclimated the first orange trees in France. After 5 years of intensive restoration carried out by 50 artisans and craftsmen from the Loire Valley the castle is now open to the public.

The Royal Estate of Château Gaillard is a 15 hectares paradise of greenery located in the heart of the city of Amboise. It is the forgotten Paradise of the Renaissance in Touraine. On his return from Italy in 1496, young King Charles VIII fell in love with Italian cities and palaces and decided to recreate a "Paradise on Earth" at Château Gaillard in Amboise. In order to fulfill this dream, he convinced 22 Italian artists to come back with him to Amboise. Dom Pacello, the most famous gardener in 1500, was also part of the team. He planted the first gardens of the French Renaissance at Château Gaillard and acclimated the first orange trees in France. After 5 years of intensive restoration carried out by 50 artisans and craftsmen from the Loire Valley the castle is now open to the public.

Preise

  • Erwachsene, voller Tarif 12,00 € (2015 info)
  • Ermäßigter Preis 10,00 € (étudiants, dem. emploi et MPR)
  • Kindertarif 8,00 € (7/25 years old)
  • Kostenlos (- 7 ans)
  • Gruppentarif 10,00 € (A partir de 10 personnes)
  • Abweichender Tarif Von 10,00 bis 100,00 € (Visite conférence personnalisée pour les groupes. 7 thèmes de visite au choix.)
  • Zuzahlung Führung 2,00 € (pour les groupes de 10 à 25 personnes (prix/personne))
  • Abweichender Tarif 50,00 € (Forfait médiatrice (groupe à partir de 26 personnes))

Zahlungsmöglichkeiten:

  • Carte bleue
  • Bank- und Postschecks
  • Bargeld
  • Überweisungen

Beschreibung

  • Thema der Website: Schloss
  • Documentation : Italienisch Italienisch
  • Besuchs : Italienisch Italienisch

Öffnungszeiten

  • vom 01/04/2018 bis zum 04/11/2018 : von 11:00 bis 19:00 (Open every day - Jours fériés)

Besichtigungen

  • Documentation : Italienisch Italienisch
  • Besuchs : Italienisch Italienisch
  • Individuelle Besichtigungen :
    • Durchschnittliche Dauer 01:30
  • Gruppenbesichtigungen :
    • Durchschnittliche Dauer 01:45

Services

  • Boutique
  • Teesalon

Ausstattungen

  • Picknickplatz
  • Bar / Kiosk
  • Parkplatz
  • Fully equipped meeting room