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Fontainebleau Palace
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UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site  
Fontainebleau Palace, located southeast of Paris, is known as a "looking glass into French history." It is listed as a World Heritage Site. Originally a royal hunting site, it later became one of the important palaces of the French Renaissance. Later, numerous famous architects and artists took part in its renovation and left imprints of styles from various eras.
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Disneyland Paris is the world’s fourth Disneyland park, located in the Marne Valley on the outskirts of Paris. It includes both the Disney theme park and Disneyland Resort. The design and construction of the park incorporates the local characteristics of France, creating a powerful and whimsical atmosphere resembling a traditional European court. It is one of the most popular Disneyland parks in the world.

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Fontainebleau & Vaux le Vicomte Day Trip
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Since the 12th century, Fontainebleau has become the palace of the French kings hunting, so this palace has a lot of wild fun besides the big one. It is 55 kilometers away from Paris, so if you plan to visit, you must plan your time. After all, Paris is also a blocking city. The day I went to Fontainebleau was a big sunny day. I set off on a day-trip driver's car early in the morning, but it was already 11 noon when I arrived at Fontainebleau. Buying tickets and tickets for the China Pavilion plus the cost of renting an audio guide are a total of 18 Euros. The palace with its own hunting effect is really different. After entering the palace, a large green area separates the palace gate from the palace, showing the majesty of the palace. I first came to the China Pavilion. There are not many tourists here, but there are quite a lot of Chinese cultural relics. Porcelain, seats, lanterns and other collections are very precious and can reflect the exquisite craftsmanship of ancient China. In a foreign country, I saw a "Chinese story" on the porcelain bottle, and there was a sense of intimacy. The Palace of Versailles, people can feel the grandeur. Standing on the second floor, looking at the church from afar, the roof murals are in the eye, and the word brilliant is blurted out. The hall is an excellent court photography in almost every angle. After the side door on the left, you came to another "world" - Fontainebleau Garden. The scenery here has no historical vicissitudes, but retains the aesthetic standards of the aristocratic garden. People are in harmony with the scenery, and the scenery is connected with people. Lazy tourists, like the nobility of the afternoon garden.
Posted: 18 Dec 2018