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The Cathedral itself is a jewel. The stained glass windows, main altar, and side altars are remarkable. Since the church was built in such a short number of years, its gothic style is in tack throughout the building. We had a very emotional experience there...More
Our first impression of Chartres cathedral was how lovely the exterior was when we looked around in the evening, and later watched the wonderful Son et Lumieres. We returned the next day to view the interior- more wonderful sculpture and amazing stained glass. It was...More
An absolutely amazing spot with more history than you can ever possibly discover in just one visit. We missed the noon tour and I thought that there would be one at 2:45pm, but it turns out that those tours end on the last day of...More
The cathedral is amazing both inside and out.Malcolm Miller's tour in English is well worth the 10 Euro cost. His knowledge of the stories told in the stained glass windows and of the cathedral's history is amazing. His relaxed style of speaking and story telling...More
Definitely get on the Malcom Miller tour of Chartres Cathedral. It's 10Euro and amazing. If you can do more than one tour with him, even better. He "reads" the stained glass windows and has so much information. He changes the tour so you get different...More
Two seniors travelling through Chartres, decided on the spur of the moment to stop overnight and take time to visit the cathedral. What a truly wonderful place, and the cleaning work inside is simply beyond belief, so beautiful.
Do utilise a guide, there is so...More
The cathedral was brought to life by a guide called Victoria. She is passionate about every nook and cranny and well worth searching out. You will be semi-literate in reading mediaeval glass windows by the end of your time with her and the tour also...More