©Domain national de Chambord
Located in the Loire Valley, France, you can discover Chateau de Chambord and its impressive French gardens. They have been restorated in 2017 according to a drawing completed in 1734. Claimed by Louis XIV, the French gardens have been planted over 6.5 hectares.
These gardens, seamlessly linking the château and forest, restore the majesty of the monument’s distinguished facade and indicate where the celebrated double helix staircase (probably inspired by Leonardo Da Vinci) is situated. In 2017, Chambord changed dramatically. The result today is breathtaking with more than 600 trees, 800 shrubs, 200 rose bushes, 15,250 border plants, and 18,874 m² of lawns that make these gardens a jewel of French heritage.
Château de Chambord, 41250 Chambord