Travel videos of Normandy, Dordogne and the Loire: Rouen, Amiens, Mt-St-Michel; Loire: Cheverny, Amboise, Chenonceau, Clos-Luce, Chambord, Azay, Chinon, Tours, Blois. Dordogne: Beynac, Castelnaud, LaRoque, Sarlat, Les Eyzies, Fanlac, Rocamador, RoqueStChristophe, Belves, Domme. These travel movies are free.
Mont St Michel: This sacred fortress on an island along the coast of Normandy is one of the world's truly magical places. travel video
Amiens & Rouen: Amiens with the largest gothic cathedral in France, and Rouen, a city with the country's most half-timbered historic structures. travel video
Dordogne part 1: Wonderful villages and castles in the Dordogne Valley: Les Eyzies, Fanlac, StLeon, and Roque-St-Christophe. travel video
Dordogne part 2: more villages and castles -- Font-de-Gaume, Belves, Domme and Rocamador, in the Dordogne, France. travel video
Dordogne part 3: Beynac, Castelnaud and LaRoque. There are numerous castles and stone villages along the scenic river valleys in this region. travel video
Sarlat: This small village in the heart of the Dordogne is filled with 15th and 16th century stone buildings, making it one of the best-preserved historic places in France.
Sarlat hotel: La Villa de Consuls: a charming hotel in Sarlat, makes the perfect place to stay while visiting France's Dordogne region. travel video
Amboise, Loire Valley, France, has two châteaux and a charming old town -- visit both the big castle and Clos Lucé, the final home of Leonardo da Vinci.
Azay le Rideau, one of the beautiful châteaux of the Loire Valley, is surrounded by a moat that surrounds most of the château.
Blois in the Loire Valley has one of the largest and most interesting of the châteaux of the Loire Valley, built up in a variety of architectural styles over its 700 year period.
Chambord is the finest of all the châteaux in the Loire, France, and the largest, perhaps the greatest architectural triumph the French Renaissance ever created.
Chenonceau is the most-visited château of the Loire Valley, France, and is the only one built across a river. The former Royal palace gets over one million annual visitors, making this one of the most popular attractions in the Loire Valley.
Château Cheverny is another top tourist attraction of the Loire, renowned for magnificent interiors and its dog kennels. In the past the château was a homelike and peaceful abode for many centuries,
Chinon village, in the Loire, is primarily a pedestrian zone -- we walk through the main shopping lane of the historic town, very convenient for us.
City of Tours is a very good home base for staying a few days, and from here you can easily explore the Loire Valley, and visit the many illustrious Châteaux that are in the region.
Loire Valley: Slide Show More chateau of the Loire Valley in the heart of France, including Cheverny, Amboise, Chenonceau, Clos-Luce, Chambord, Azayand and more. travel video