We've been to this place and it did not exacly pleased us. The site is nice , but the only source of informatiom is the available videos. No writings, no photos, no objects.
The "castle" itself is quite hollow. But if you go with kids, then it will be fun for them. It is quite simple place, which has amazing view from the top of the "castle". I believe the view is the biggest attraction of this place. Overall it is enjoyable trip.
Nice building outside and inside. Don't miss the bells on the top of the tower (the stairs are very narrow, be careful!) The price to get in is 4.30 euros. I feel it is a bit on the high side for what it is. Nice and interesting visit though.
We have visited Provins in early January and the experience was utterly disappointing due to the fact that the tours relating to the Tours Cesar and the underground were only scheduled in the afternoon at 2pm. I totally understand that during off peak season, tours are stopped or limited. But if any, they should be scehduled at least mid-day if... More
An interesting place that brings you back in time to that of Knights and Ladies. Managed to catch a Christmas pageant at the old cathedral next to the tower. Be prepared for walking on old cobble stones.
If you're claustrophobic, don't go up. I loved it but there are a lot of stairs and some tight areas.
Provins is a Unesco heritage site.a 1.5 hr train trip from Paris.a medieval/middle ages city of medieval fairs.pedistrianised area with wooden buildings .many restaurants/old shops.hotels available here.visit the walled city & old church with subterranean ruins etc .city is walkable .a slow pace of life,ok for a day trip or even a weekend.lots to see within walled city.
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