The sun is coming back, so isn’t it the perfect weather to wander around Fontainebleau Castle ?
Last summer I went to visit Fontainebleau Castle with my friends for a day trip. While it might not be considered as luxury as Versailles Castle for some, I can tell you this is worth it. You can actually really enjoy your visit with the plenty of nice rooms and arts you can find in the castle without having to deal with a huge crowd of people and wait hours.
Fontainebleau castle was built during the XIIth to XIXth century and was home for several royals. Mostly remembered as Napoleon the 1st second property.
When you first get off the bus you have to through a vast garden before you actually make it to the entrance of the castle. You can sit on one of the many benchs to enjoy a snack or your lunch. Or just enjoy the view !
The castle architecture and decorations are truly beautiful. Every pieces of art displays across Fontainebleau give the castle’s rooms an unique atmosphere.
Every pieces and rooms are very well explained though if you don’t like to read you can get the audio tour option for a couple more euros.
This clock can be find at the very end of the tour, the picture does not give it any justice at all nor looks pretty but it is absolutely gorgeous and so well made I needed to include it.
How to Access ↠ Train @ Gare de Lyon then Bus Line 1
Shuttles with PARISCityVISION
Car – A6
How to get the ticket ↠ If you’re an European Citizen under 26 you can visit a circuit for free. Otherwise the ticket is 11€.
Tell me, have you ever been to Fontainebleau Castle ? Would you want to visit it ?