Visit Château de Fontainebleau (2h) – Group from 1 to 30 persons


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The Château de Fontainebleau, located about 55 kilometers southeast of Paris, is a sprawling royal residence with a rich history spanning over eight centuries. This historic palace has been a favorite retreat for French monarchs, from François I to Napoléon III, and has witnessed significant events in French history.

Originally a medieval hunting lodge, Fontainebleau was transformed into a magnificent Renaissance palace by François I in the 16th century. The château boasts a stunning blend of architectural styles, from medieval fortifications to elegant Renaissance and classical elements. The highlight of the château is the Galerie François I, adorned with intricate frescoes and decorative motifs, showcasing the artistic achievements of the French Renaissance.

Fontainebleau is also renowned for its vast and meticulously landscaped gardens, which were influenced by the work of André Le Nôtre. The gardens feature ornamental lakes, fountains, and picturesque pathways that provide a serene backdrop for leisurely walks.


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  • Tour led by a licensed guide from the Ministry of Culture and Tourism
  • Price does not include meals.
  • Entrance fee included in the price. Audiophones not included in the price.
  • The Castle of Fontainebleau is closed on Tuesdays.

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