Château of Fontainebleau
more than 1500 rooms built in the middle of 130 hectares of parks and gardens, the Château of Fontainebleau is the only royal castle that was constantly inhabited for seven centuries.
Château of Blandy-le-Tours
Acquired by the General Council of Seine-et-Marne in 1992, the château has, since then, been in the process of a complete restoration that brought the monument back to life and allowed opening it to the public.
Medieval city of Provins
Travel back in time to the Middle Age as if you were there by visiting the medieval city of Provins which is inscribed on UNESCO’s World Heritage List. You will assist to many shows all year long such as performances with raptors or even combats like jousting that will make you discover everything there is to know about the history of knights.
Château of Vaux-le-Viconte
The château of Vaux-le-Vicomte is the work of three of the most famous artists of the time (the landscape gardener André Le Nôtre, the architect Louis Le Vau and the painter-decorator Charles Le Brun) under the supervision of Nicolas Fouquet, the superintendent of finances of Louis XIV. This château shows the perfect harmony of the architecture and the landscape and was a model of perfection at the time. It is also this château that inspired the king to build the château of Versailles as a way to show that he only should have the most beautiful castle. The château is open during the day but also at night where you will be able to do a visit with candles.
Medieval city of Moret sur Loing
Moret-sur-Loing is a small medieval city on the Loing which used to be a stronghold at the border of the regions of Ile de France and Bourgogne. Its majestic doors, its bridge, its water-powered mill and its church make of Moret an amazing site to visit. Inside the city you will be able to admire the beautiful facades, try the barley sugar House, specialty of the sisters of Moret-sur-Loing since the 17th century, or visit the house and tomb of the painter Alfred Sisley.