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With a largely military history this chateau has been tastefully restored to reflect it’s place in history. Standing in a prominent position overlooking Lake Annecy, allow plenty of time to absorb all it has to offer.
You can make your way up to this chateau from the old town. Its a short hike and while I expected this to have an out of this world view from the top, it turned out to be a disappointment.
There is an entry ticket...More
The visit really was not quite as expected. Thought it would be more about the history of the chateau but was more modern art but areas like the creation of the lake and its condition and what is being done to keep it in good...More
The little hike to the Chateau is interesting. There is an entry fee. We bought a combined ticket to the Chateau and Palais De l'ile costing 7£ per adult. Outside the main building of the Chateau, the view of the town alongside the outer wall...More
Visited the chateau with family, truthfully not worth the visit. Some interesting displays about boats and their history, some modern art 🤔 and a bit of view over the town. Really not worth the effort!
This castle used to be the residence of the Counts of Geneva - and for that reason merits some touristic attention - but it has gone through many changes and many different uses since it was abandoned in the 18th century, so there does not...More
If you expect a historically renovated castle, skip this one. The rooms are filled with a number of exhibitions with specific themes (modern art, marine biology).
For those into these topics, and who speak French, this is probably an OK attraction to visit. For those...More