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With over 1500 rooms at the heart of 130 acres of parkland and gardens, Fontainebleau is the only royal and imperial château to have been continuously inhabited for seven centuries. A visit to Fontainebleau opens up an unparalleled view of French...more
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Pl. du General-de-Gaulle, 77300, Fontainebleau, France
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The chateau is beautiful, not only the inside but also the grounds. It also contains a lot of period furniture as well as an exhibit on Napoleon Bonaparte. A lot of history took place here and it is definitely worth a visit.
Such a beautiful place close to Paris! No so crowded. If you like history, this is the place to be. Learn everything about Napoléon and then take a walk through the beautiful gardens!
How to get there: Buy a Transilien ticket. You can buy it...More
Some reviewers have described the place as stunning but the staff as rude. I couldn't agree more on the first count. With one room grander than the one before you almost have to guard against sensory overload; the grounds are also great, especially the carp...More
Fontainebleau is a beautiful Univertsity town located about 1-2h from Paris ! The famous Fontainebleau forest and Fontainebleau castle are two amazing highlights of this beautiful town which is nestled between the two.
The variety of Excellent restaurants serving global cuisine to meet the tastes...More
We visited this site and Versailles on our France trip. Both are similar palaces with large gardens and rich histories. Versailles was certainly grander, but chateau Fountainbleau was way less crowded and this made the tour much more pleasant. The price was also better. I...More
We visited Fontainebleau with friends during our visit to Paris. About an hour drive from Paris. Arrived at 11am, parked across the street, got tickets at a self-service machine and voila we were touring the Chateau. The self-guided tour starts in a museum of Napoleon...More
This property is gorgeous inside and out. The tapestries are stunning and grounds are open to the public so they get used by locals for walking, exercise and pure enjoyment. You can take a rowboat out on the lake with a champagne picnic. We saw...More
This palace has over 1500 rooms displaying the french royal history and architecture and served as a residence of French monarchs from Louis VII to Napoleon III.Most interesting parts are the Francis I gallery & the ballroom with outstanding frescoes, stucco work.The Napoleon 1 museum...More