Tour of Fontainebleau

Fontainebleau is a mag­nif­i­cent palace of the Renais­sance. Fontainebleau is con­sid­ered to be the only cas­tle in which the kings con­stant­ly lived for sev­en cen­turies. Ini­tial­ly, it was planned as a small house for hunt­ing. From the 12th cen­tu­ry, Fontainebleau became the res­i­dence of sev­er­al French kings, from Fran­cois I to Napoleon III. Tour of Fontainebleau is a per­fect idea to get acquaint­ed with the French his­to­ry deep inside.

Interesting facts about Fontainebleau

With each new monarch, the cas­tle set­tled down and became larg­er. The love of the kings of France for the beau­ty and lux­u­ry of dec­o­ra­tion is obvi­ous if you see the Fontainebleau Palace. Each king left his mark in the fate of this cas­tle. There­fore, it is in this cas­tle where the tra­di­tions of the Mid­dle Ages, Renais­sance and Clas­sics are so skill­ful­ly inter­twined. Now the palace and the Fontainebleau park are list­ed as a UNESCO World Her­itage Site. A tour of Fontainebleau is very pop­u­lar among tourists. About 10 mil­lion tourists vis­it it every year.

Many dis­tin­guished per­sons of Europe came here, includ­ing Emper­or Peter I and Pope Pius VII. Here Napoleon said good­bye to his army dur­ing his first abdi­ca­tion, and from here he went to the island of Elba. Besides, the char­ac­ter of the book by Alexan­der Dumas, the well-known D‘Artagnan, often vis­it­ed the Fontainebleau castle.

Fontainebleau castle and park now

Fontainebleau amazes with the lux­u­ry of its ter­ri­to­ry. The palace has four court­yards and three gar­dens. When vis­it­ing Fontainebleau, you can explore the rich­ly fur­nished cas­tle, its unique col­lec­tions and sym­bol­ic items such as the throne of Napoleon I and the famous horseshoe-shaped stair­case. You will also vis­it the spa­cious pri­vate apart­ments of the cas­tle, which at one time shone with all the mod­ern con­ve­niences of the era. And, of course, you will see the lux­u­ri­ous, recent­ly updat­ed Napoleon III apartments.

We also rec­om­mend look­ing at the unique items of the Fur­ni­ture, Paint­ing and Plates gallery. The walls of the gallery are dec­o­rat­ed with more than a hun­dred copies of Sevres porce­lain. Of course, you will not be indif­fer­ent to the exhibits of the Chi­nese Muse­um, which were col­lect­ed dur­ing the Opi­um Wars. A tour of Fontainebleau is an unfor­get­table jour­ney into the his­to­ry of France.

The Fontainebleau Cas­tle is locat­ed about 60 kilo­me­ters south­east of Paris. Option­al­ly, an excur­sion to Fontainebleau can be com­bined with a vis­it to the neigh­bor­ing cas­tle — Vaud-le-Viscount, which inspired Louis XIV to build Versailles.

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