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Chateau de Flecheres, Fareins
Categories: Castles, Tourist Spots
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Chateau en cours de restauration , dans un cadre verdoyant et calme , visite guidée sympathique et riche en commentaire éclairé. Restauration avec gout par des passionnés du patrimoine.Castle under restoration, in a green and quiet setting, guided friendly and rich in enlightened comment. Restoration with taste by the heritage enthusiasts.show original
Nous cherchions à visiter un château autour de Lyon, mais il y en a très peu qui se visitent apparemment. Celui-ci se situe dans l'Ain et mérite une visite. Nous n'avons pas pu visiter les intérieurs ... read more »We were looking to visit a castle around Lyon, but there are very few who visit is apparently. It is located in the Ain and worth a visit. We could not visit the interiors (guided by the owner), but the exteriors and the kitchens are nice to visit with young children. The Park is huge and is a joy to young children: there are stairs, trees cut with funny shapes, the ducks, statues, fountain, garden... So we made the tour of the building that seems to renew itself as and when.show original
Located about an hour's drive north of Lyon, and one of the better-known sites on the Route des Chateaux en Bourgogne du Sud, Flecheres is well worth the visit. Constructed in the 1630's by a Protesta... read more »
Monique schroeyersSaw the show in France 3 "roots and wings" this castle was unknown to me. It is superb, I am going to arrange a visit.show original
Corrosion GbNot very large beautiful lais. Entered a little expensive for my taste.show original
AnonymousMy husband and I visited this very interesting Castle, we let's face it humbly, we had never heard it. We were greeted by the owner who we invited to circumnavigate the moat and to go and see the other side of the Castle, one where a beautiful staircase adorned the threshold. A very beautiful old fountain dominated a beautiful park. Inside, we had the chance to see us explain, piece by piece (for the visitable main) and, by a very competent guide, the major symbols of places, ranging from furniture to paintings, to the arrangement of ci or it...Short: a moment of history of France and the Lyons Region not to be missed as it was interesting for us, so very probably to a large number of people interested in the cultural and historic heritage french.show original
Anonymousdiscovered in 2008, we returned with as much fun 2 years later. New parts were restored and open to the public. The castle is fully furnished or decorated, which adds to its interest. Castle of architecture and exciting history, that we know not at all. Set in a quiet, but very quickly accessible, attractive even for children, particularly for its Park and its topiary.show original
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