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280 € for your group (up to 5)

Excursion to Fontainebleau

Prices for bigger groups on request
Tour information


The Palace of Fontainebleau
Royal English Garden
Garden of Diana
Throne room
Napoleon's study
"Farewell yard"


Excursion day: daily (except Tuesday)
Start: by agreement
Duration: 4–5 hours
Excursion: individual
Meeting point: your hotel or any address in Paris.

Excursion to Normandy

A tour of Fontainebleau shows you the unforgettable beauty of royal architecture. The history of Fontainebleau Castle began in the 12th century at the times of Louis XII, for whom it became a favorite residence.
Gradually, the kings of France replaced each other, and there were many restorations in the castle. However, historical prints are still preserved there: for example, you can visit the famous gallery named after the monarch, where the original decoration has been preserved, there are creative wood ornaments and frescoes of amazing beauty.
Our guide will show you Fontainebleau and tell you about the "rival of the castle», - the estate of Vaux-le-Vicomte, which is often called the castle that inspired Versailles. It is noteworthy that this part of the castle was not originally intended for crowned persons - the minister of finance lived here.
In Fontainebleau, agreements on alliances and wars were signed, a treaty with Spain about the division of Portugal was signed here, monarchies were born here. Its walls remember as Napoleon said goodbye to the faithful soldiers of the old guard and abdicated in favor of the heir. This is the birthplace of the Council of Europe, after the meeting of the heads of six European states.
Book an excursion to Fontainebleau and learn many interesting facts from the history of France.
Combined: by car and walking. The excursion includes an individual transfer, which is carried out in a comfortable minivan or car with the driver.
You spend your free time in the castle and park. In the castle you can use an audio guide.
Exploring of the palace, royal and imperial apartments, then free time for a walk in the park, which has two parts: the classical English and the royal French part.
It is recommended to have comfortable shoes and an umbrella in case of bad weather.

Tickets to Fontainebleau are paid at place - 10 € for an adult and 8 € for children.
For an additional payment, we can supply you with Business, Premium class cars, as well as a minibus for 7-8 passengers, Mercedes Sprinter for 16-23 passengers.
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