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Restored by the Conseil Général de Seine-et-Marne, this castle, rare example of medieval military architecture in Île-de-France, strikes up a permanent dialogue between patrimony and contemporary artistic creation.
Very lovely renovated medieval castle in the heart of the little village of Blandy. No original furniture since this castle was supposed to be destroyed and saved from destruction later in this century. This was an absolute good initiative from the local state. It is...More
A good hour or 2 walking round an open, restored castle. A simple exhibit starts you off with an idea of the history/development of the castle. There's not loads to read, &
plenty of walking & climbing (all good for younger kids).
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This was my first visit to Blandy, but I hope not my last. I took the chateau bus from the station in Verneuil l'Etang and, after the stop at Vaux le Vicomte, I was the only one left on the bus, and once at the...More
Château de Blandy-les-Tours is a fortified castle, which was built before the Hundred Years War. It is a medieval castle. Typically built. The entrance is 7 Euros. When you visit the castle, they give you all the information you need in English too. I liked...More
It is well restored castle in the middle of fields. The tour is mainly walk along the ramparts and inside one tower, which gives the opportunity to see the view around (it takes about 1h of not-in-a-hurry walking). What is different about this castle, is...More
If you like fortress, this is the place to see!
This is an absolutely well preserved fortress with a great view from the tours and ramparts.
A quiet and a nice place, a must see not far away from Paris.
This is a place to go following Vaux le Vicomte and the Abbaye in the neighboring village. Provins is in the same medieval style, but it has the advantage to have a full medieval village. Still a nice place to go through!