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For other uses, see Chantilly (Virginia)

The Château of Chantilly

Chantilly is a town positioned on the northern edge of Paris and its metropolis, the site of one of the most famous and beautiful French châteaux.

Get in[edit]

By car[edit]

Take the A1 Autoroute du Nord (Paris - Lille motorway) northwards from Paris, take the Chantilly exit, southwards from Lille, take the Survilliers exit. Alternatively, drivers can take the RN 16 or RN 17 trunk roads. Chantilly is usually less than one hour's drive from Paris (depending on traffic).

By train[edit]

Back courtyard of the château
  • from the Gare du Nord in Paris - SNCF Grandes Lignes (27 min)
  • from Châtelet les Halles - RER Line D (45 min)

Get around[edit]

Part of the magnificent interior of the château

On foot[edit]

To walk from the terminal (at the head of the SNCF lines), get off at the Chantilly stop and walk to the château from the terminal, around 30-35 min.

By bus[edit]

There is a Cariane bus from the train station to Senlis that also stops at the entrance to the château. The fare within the city of Chantilly is free.

By taxi[edit]

To access the château from Chantilly station, you can take a taxi from the station (€6).







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