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Chateau de Blandy-les-Tours, Blandy
(4.1/5 based on 130+ reviews on the web)
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  • A beautiful castle in the middle - ages well restored. Pity that hospitality is very average: no proposal for hearing aids, a family visit started 10 minutes, no possibility to join while they were in the next room and there was little world. The person of the home nor informed us of other possible subsequent visits. It also lacks a clear signs with numbers and explanatory panels in the main rooms. In addition, the guide visit (one still gave us it to the entrance!) is not arrow in the same way as the Court plan! Nice place but improvements!
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  • Restore or not to restore, that is the question. I had the chance to visit this castle of the middle ages in the 1960s. Certainly, it was partially in ruins, far from the flashy appearance he has now. However, he had the charm of authenticity, of the truth of a medieval castle that has survived the centuries. Built at the beginning of the 13th century and fortified in the 14th century, enlarged in the 16th to become a home for boating, he then experienced many owners and deteriorated over the years. He became a farm, its stones were used to other buildings, its truncated towers, its frames re-used for worth the - Viscount, her curtains were used to bridge the gaps... It was finally bought by the commune of Blandy and historical monument in 1889. Should I save it (as is the case for many medieval castles) or restore it completely to make a place to live much more remunerative for the town? It's the second option was chosen. I visited a new (and final) time what became the Castle and I will keep in mind that I admired in the past. However, I understand the pleasure felt by visitors, and especially children, to visit the Castle, to browse all of the curtains, to understand what was a castle in the middle ages.
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  • Pretty castle with its towers and its way, very sober lacks a little explanation with details
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  • This is a fort castle, not a luxury castle, but it is all rebuilt and actually has a garage door in the middle of the wall. We arrived at closing time. You might be sorry you paid admission unless it fulfills your son's best hopes for castles.
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  • Beautiful little castle very well reconstructed as well as the adjacent church. A good time to spend with family. The view from the wall d pregnant is very nice as well as the rise of the different tour with children. In short the a lot of charm.
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  • Beautiful medieval village with Castle partially restored for tours (free, or guided UN-guided) and very interesting cultural activities (workshops, juggling shows, theatre, music...). Harrow era wooden (over 600 years) still in place very rare (only two in France). Magnificent panorama on the surrounding area (Valley of the ru to d, forest of Fontainebleau...).
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  • Nice place, especially so close to Paris. Two flats, the castle is more interesting from the outside than from the inside. But it's still worth to visit, at least once. Second flat, there is not a lot of cafes and restaurants around. The only ones that are found are a little basic, nice for a drink during a motorcycle trip, but no more.
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