And if you go out of the ordinary for 2 days with family or friends ? Take the wheel of one of our 2CVs and admire the Loire Valley in an unusual way! Set off on the roads of Touraine to (re)discover its landscapes, its heritage and its gastronomy. Take advantage of our road books which will guide you between emblematic sites and unusual places.
1 125cc scooter delivered to your accommodation within a 15km radius of Tours. To drive a 125cc scooter, you must meet the following conditions: hold a driving licence issued before 1980, or a B licence held for at least two years and have completed a compulsory 7-hour training course at a driving school. These provisions apply regardless of the date on which the B licence was obtained, unless the holder was insured to drive a 125cc or motor tricycle for any period between 1 January 2006 and 31 December 2010. Proof of having driven these vehicles will be provided by means of a certificate issued by your insurer, which you should keep with you at all times (you will be asked for it in the event of a police check, to justify your right to drive). The same applies to those who have taken the 7-hour training course. No mention will appear on your licence. Delivery can be made on request to the service provider, at extra cost.
How about a fabulous journey through the richness of the world's waters? Through its themed rooms with original decorations, the Grand Aquarium of Touraine takes you on a surprising journey where you can admire different kinds of fish living in fresh waters and in the oceans. You will be amazed by the tunnel allowing you to admire the great species of our regions, sturgeons, pike, zander ... The tropical fresh waters will immerse you in the world of piranhas, caimans, archers fish ... Without forgetting the show electric eels and the rare group of American spatula fish. The youngest will love the tactile pool where the koi carp come to seek contact with the visitor as well as the reptile nursery.
After discovering all the emblematic places of the city, such as the Saint-Gatien Cathedral, famous for its magnificent stained glass windows, the Charlemagne Tower and the Clock Tower, two remnants of the Saint-Martin Basilica, and the Place Plumereau, one of the most beautiful squares in France, with its half-timbered houses, you will go along the Loire River to Vouvray, where you will be able to see some of the most beautiful vineyards.