People who come to stay in Seine-et-Marne walk along the banks of the Marne River. They also come to this region to pay a visit to Fountainebleau and the Disneyland Resort, Paris. These ventures take longer than a weekend. Seine-et-Marne, always inviting, entices visitors by offering up the 12th century ramparts of Provins as well as the Museum of the Prehistory of the Island of France. Beyond Disneyland, there is a lot to explore. Connect with the past in Fontainebleau. Visit the Château de Fontainebleau. In composite styles, this structure features a Romantic garden with a bronze statue fountain of the Goddess Diana and her hound. Stop and admire the Tour César with its pyramidesque roof. Venture to Maincy to see the Château de Vaux-le-Vicomte with its Louis XXXI style and gardens by André Le Nôtre.
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