It has a very large and beautiful garden! very nice and calm place. good for walk, cycling and jogging.
About Chateau de Fontainebleau
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Visited from Paris; only a handful of other guests. Would have been almost silent if no guards, workmen or a class of children. Allowed one to imagine living there. Almost hard to grasp the long succession of kings, queens, nobility and even a pope who...More
A real showpiece of French royal and aristocratic history, continuously inhabited for more than 7 centuries, beautifully restored and maintained. Fascinating furniture and decorations. In some rooms history comes to life, e.g. the room where Napoleon signed his abduction in 1814. Free admission on the...More
The chateau has collections of items that is good to view. Some need restored and maintenance. At the time o visit, some rooms are closed and unable to view.
The trip to Fontainebleu is an easy day trip from Paris, with the all-day Metro/train/bus pass you can purchase at the subway station. Chateau de Fontainebleu was lovely. The first stop is a room where you can rent period costumes to wear while you tour...More
Not as famous as Versailles but magnificent in its own ways. Home to kings and Napoleon. 2 euros for audio guide through lush rooms with exquisite furnishings and art. The gardens are impressive. Spent an enjoyable two hours slowly wandering, soaking in the history. In...More
As the title says the chateau is quite amazing if you consider it was a hunting lodge. A very easy walk around with the audio tour which only cost 2 Euro. The gardens are quite extravagant and it is winter, I’m sure in spring and...More
Don’t bother taking an expensive tour from Paris. Easy to see at your own pace. Took the train from Gare de Lyon. Info from 2016 has chnged. The ticket kiosks are on the same level as the Blue Cafe and look the same as SNCF...More
Well worth a wander round as it’s an impressive building in nice and expansive grounds. Many rooms worth a look to get an idea of its place in history over time Half a day should be enough allowing mor3 time to sample the many good...More