Categories Chambord Châteaux de la Loire New Gardens at Chambord – Nouveaux jardins à jardins Post author By avril Post date May 6, 2017 9 Comments on New Gardens at Chambord – Nouveaux jardins à jardins The new gardens in Chambord are now open but I think they look better from the rooftops. Les nouveaux jardins à Chambord sont désormais ouverts mais je pense qui’ils sont plus beaux depuis les toits. Tags gardens at chambord ← Up in the clouds – Dans les nuages → Bakers for a Day – Boulangers pour la journée 9 replies on “New Gardens at Chambord – Nouveaux jardins à jardins” Such a stunning image of Chambered and the sky. Yes, like all formal gardens they are really designed to be look at from above, not strolled about in. So can the public view the gardens from above in the Chateau Ahh. Another reason I need to go back to Chambord. With a stream of friends arriving from the States over the next few months, I imagine that’s going to happen. The latest 2017 sattelite overview shows nothing ,have they have been renewed this year? Pehaps I’m looking in the wrong place. I’d love to get to see them from the roof or even ground level. What a view! Beautiful shot. @Helen – Have you been to Chambord? @Susan – I didn’t realise that. They were very disasppointing from below but friends showed us photos from the rooftops which were much better. @Michael – Yes, if you visit the château, you can go up on the rooftops (quite amazing) and see the garden. @Stuart – A lot has changed at Chambord in the last year of so, you’ll see, including what I think is a very ugly ticket office. @Lesley – I shall ask friends who visited recently to send me a photo to publish :). @William – Chambord is just so photogenic! Sadly, only Provence and Paris! Oh how could I forget I have been in these areas several times – Hautville Lompnes, Annecy and Lyon. Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.