TripFontainebleau Palace, located southeast of Paris, is known as a "looking glass into French history." It is listed as a World Heritage Site. Originally a royal hunting site, it later became one of the important palaces of the French Renaissance. Later, numerous famous architects and artists took part in its renovation and left imprints of styles from various eras.
莲子99The deep forest of Fontainebleau is completely open, and it is the first place to get out from the train station, and there is no one at all, it is very nice to explore on your own, the color is outstanding, the green is very beautiful.
M36***22This is also a cultural and historical preservation area. Villagers here often wear ancient clothes and act as actors in the life of the medieval period four to five hundred years ago. Coming here, as if traveling through time and space, is really very interesting.
Fontainebleau is a municipality in the outer suburbs of Paris, France, and the largest town in the le-de-France, larger than the city of Paris. One of the largest palaces in France, the Fontainebleau Palace is here. "Fontineineau (fontainebleau)" evolved from "fontaine belle eau", the French original meaning of "fontaine belle eau" is "beautiful spring water". The town is peaceful and has some arrogant atmosphere, which is well worth a visit.
We lived in the old building of the two-hundred-year-old building next to the Fontainebleau Palace, called La Demeure du Parc. The price of the double room booked in Trip was 1323RMB for one night. The decoration was simple and light, and the hardware was quite Ok, it is worth recommending. However, hotels in the town generally do not have parking spaces and can only park in the public parking lot in the middle of the town. Free from 7pm to 9am. Its a bit of a hassle to park your car and then drag your suitcase to the hotel.