Travel Itinerary Map for Day Trip in Beauregard

Beauregard Castle

Beauregard

Check Point
・Vast garden leading to the castle

・Lapis lazuli and portrait room in the castle

【Castle description】

It’s the castle with which the shuttle bus from Blois station goes after Chambord and Cheverny. The castle is smaller than other castles and it looks like mansion. You can find 327 portrait paintings in a room.

【Overall rating】

 ★★★☆☆

【Time required】

 1 h 30

【Budget】

 20 euros

Fatigue】

 ★★★☆☆

Access

If you would like to visit the castle in a tour, you can register at the tourist information center in Tours.

If you visit by bus, there is a shuttle bus which goes to Chambord, Cheverny and Beauregard from the parking of Blois train station.

Ticket: 3 euros
Departure Time : 9 h 25, 11 h 05, 13 h 45

between April and November

Time schedule

https://www.remi-centrevaldeloire.fr/tourisme/navette-chateaux/


Itinerary Map

Navigation

【Start】
①Bus stop

★Enter a building in front of the bus stop. It’s the ticket office.

②Park of Beauregard Castle

★Enter the castle.

③Beauregard Castle

★Walk in the garden with another route to return to the bus stop. It takes 20 minutes.

【Goal】
Bus stop


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【Start】

①Bus stop

Get off the bus here.

★Enter a building in front of the bus stop. It’s the ticket office.

Admission fee: 14 euros
Opening hour: 10 h 30 am – 6 h 30 pm
Close: between November and February


②Park of Beauregard Castle

Park of Beauregard Castle

Parc du Château de Beauregard

Time required: 30 min

More than 400 types of plants are planted on a vast 5,000 m² site. As you walk through the plum trees, fields, and ponds, you will forget that you are on the castle grounds. Along the way, you can feel the history in the cave-like old refrigerator, and enjoy a quiz rally related to successive French kings in the forest.

★Enter the castle.


③Beauregard Castle

Beauregard Castle

Château de Beauregard

Time required: 40 min

This castle was built in the 15th century. It changed hands many times, including being confiscated by Louis XII, but it was finally settled when Louis XIII’s minister acquired it. It has a scale and interior that is more like a mansion than a luxurious aristocratic residence, giving a sense of life. Proceeding to the second floor, there is a room with portraits plastered all over the walls and 5,600 lapis lazuli tiles on the floor. The portraits depict a number of historically famous figures, including the French kings who appeared in quizzes along the way. Portrait photo contests are also held depending on the season.

Portraits Room
Portraits Room


★Walk in the garden with another route to return to the bus stop. It takes 20 minutes.



【Goal】

Bus stop



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