Fontainebleau Royal Palace
The royal palace at Fontainebleau in France was has architectural elements from the 16th to the 19th century. Located about 40 miles south of the city and accessible by train in only 45 minutes. Loved by French kings for its closeness to great hunting opportunities, the Château de Fontainbleau makes a delightful side trip from Paris. The palace was Napoleon's favorite residence.