Tours

Things to do in Tours, France | Castles and vineyards are just a few of the attractions in this charming Loire Valley town has to offer.

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Full Day Sidecar Tour of the Loire Valley from Amboise icon
Full Day Sidecar Tour of the Loire Valley from Amboise

7 Hours

Free cancellation upto 48 hours

From
$600.00
/person
Entrance Ticket for ZooParc de Beauval icon
Entrance Ticket for ZooParc de Beauval

From 24 Hours to 48 Hours

Non Refundable

From
$41.64
/person
Full Day Sidecar Tour of the Loire Valley from Tours icon
Full Day Sidecar Tour of the Loire Valley from Tours

7 Hours

Free cancellation upto 48 hours

From
$600.00
/person
Half Day Sidecar Tour of the Loire Valley from Tours icon
Half Day Sidecar Tour of the Loire Valley from Tours

4 Hours

Free cancellation upto 48 hours

From
$400.00
/person
Great Escape Sidecar Tour from Tours icon
Great Escape Sidecar Tour from Tours

2 Hours

Free cancellation upto 48 hours

From
$200.00
/person
Retro Classic Sidecar Tour from Tours icon
Retro Classic Sidecar Tour from Tours

1 Hour

Free cancellation upto 48 hours

From
$100.00
/person
Retro Sidecar Tour by Night icon
Retro Sidecar Tour by Night

1 Hour 30 Minutes

Free cancellation upto 48 hours

From
$200.00
/person
Skip-the-line Ticket for Chambord Castle icon
Skip-the-line Ticket for Chambord Castle

Flexible

Non Refundable

From
$18.21
/person

Know More about Tours

Best time to visit:

SEP

Grape Harvest

Tours is located in the picturesque area of Southwest France and dates back to ancient times. In ‎‎1998, the city was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in honour of approximately 350 historical ‎structures. The Cathedral of Saint Andrew, which originates from the 12th century, is located in the ‎middle of Tours. Tours is affectionately known as the "Port of the Moon" because of its ‎location on a crescent-shaped bend of the Garonne River. With its wonderful vineyards and its wine ‎museum, La Cite du Vin, some consider the city to be the world's wine capital.‎

Best time to visit:

SEP

Grape Harvest

JAN - JUN

14°C / 6°C

JUL - DEC

18°C / 10°C

Euro

Euro

1 USD = ~0.97 EUR

GMT +01:00

3 hours behind

Frequently Asked Questions

The must-see attractions in Tours, France are Cathédrale Saint-Gatien, Chateau de Villandry, Tour Charlemagne, and Musée des Beaux-Arts de Tours.

Depending on your nationality, a visa is required when intending to travel to France. All visas must be applied for prior to departure at the nearest French Embassy or French Consulate in the applicant's country of residence.‎

Ideally, 2 days in Tours is perfect to explore all of the city highlights. ‎

Tours is known for it’s many delicacies such as Rillettes de Tours, poached eggs au Chinon, saupiquet nivernais, pâté berrichon with eggs, chicken en barbouille, nougats de Tours, Chinon peaches, sabayon de golden, prune candies, and dried pears.

Touring Tours is incredibly easy , as there are multiple modes of convenient transport to, from, and within the city. The TGV super-rapid rail keeps the city at arms length from Paris—just a fifty five minute ride—and thus facilitates easy access to airports d'Orly and de Gaulle.

The best time to visit Tours is in spring (April-May), summer (June-August), or autumn (September-October). Spring is pleasant across the country, with fewer crowds and temperatures ranging from 13°C to 20°C.