We liked the to be able to walk at our own pace and read the information in all the rooms. It is very informal and there is very little you can't explore. To read about how it was in almost complete ruin and then rebuilt to look like it did in its glory years is a tribute to the country caring about its heritage. there are several ways to get to the Chateau but all involve walking. The one we took is the chairlift up from the city, with a hike through the forest on a very rustic trail to the Chateau. The only thing I wish they would have had was more English information on the history of the Chateau. But is was a very interesting visit. I would plan about half a day to really explore and examine the Chateau and another hour to get up there and take the chairlift.
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