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This park is convenient for a short hike close to Paris. Once a fabulous "small" palace for the king , with a high artificial water stream . Everything has been put to ground. No ruins have been left. Even the famous horse statues facing Paris...More
Be sure to read up on the chateau before you go. You'll learn that it was the family home of Louis 14 but has been destroyed since then. The parc is still beautiful with its manicured trees and the view is breathtaking. There are a...More
The Marly park is beautiful with lots of space to spread out for a picnic or a lazy day reading your book under the shade of a huge old tree. Public transport takes you directly to the town from the St Lazare station in Paris....More
historical village where Louis XIV would visit .the village is quaint, narrow streets, small but interesting stores. very nice little restaurants. still with cobble stones in the streets from XVIII century.
This is a must do if in the vicinity, after a walk through the park, finish with a nice dinner in the old town, picturesque little town, with a old little church! There is a very expensive restaurant with a great chef, dinners on the...More