Chantilly is renowned with a plethora of historical treasures. To experience it, plan a trip and choose from numerous hotel options.
الفنادق الاكثر شعبية Chantilly
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9 الفنادق في Chantilly
المعالم المشهورة في Chantilly, France
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Historical Neighbor of France
If you're touring Paris and need a quiet getaway, away from the hustle and bustle of the cosmopolitan city, try Chantilly. It is a serene and tranquil locality with extraordinary historical gems. It is extremely high on natural beauty and is surrounded by the Chantilly Forest.
Kick-start the trip by heading to the Chateau de Chantilly. This 19th century Renaissance structure is perched behind an artifical lake and is home to an incredible Musee Conde, with illuminated medieval manuscripts, tapestries, furniture, and paintings. Stroll around the gorgeous gardens of the Chateau de Chantilly. It comprises the formal Jardin Francais (French Garden), with flowerbeds, lakes and a Grand Canal all exhibited by Le Notre in the mid-17th century, northeast of the main building; and the 'wilder' Jardin Anglais (English Garden), started in 1817, to the west. Stop over east of the Jardin Francais to the Jardin Anglo-Chinois (Anglo-Chinese Garden), developed in the 1770s.
Do drop by at the opulent stables that were constructed by Jean Aubert in 1719 to facilitate 240 horses and 500 hounds utilized for stang-and-board hunting in the forests nearby. Today, around 30 breeds of horses and ponies are living in absolute luxury. It serves as a Musee Vivant du Cheval (Living Horse Museum) where equine history is talked about via an array of artifacts, prints, paintings, textiles, sculptures, equipment, and weaponry.
Spend some time at Porte Saint-Denis. It is part of an unfinished pavilion originally assumed to offer symmetry with the current entrance of the Grand Stables, on the other side of the open-air stables. This pavilion was to showcase the entrance to the thriving city. Its name was derived from the old land holdings of the Abbey of Saint-Denis, which was once upon a time near the chateau.
When it comes to shopping, do stop by at the Marche Decouvert, Chantilly's twice-weekly open-air market for local produce. As for cuisine, do indulge in local fare served in any of the restaurants dotted in the town. The stay options in and around Chantilly are abundant with the best luxury hotels, cheap accommodations and rental apartments available for the tourists to decide which kind to opt for depending on their budget and taste.
Chantilly experiences somewhere between the oceanic climate of Brest on the coast and the continental climate of Strasbourg. The best time to visit would be during summer when the temperatures are pleasant.