Did you book a two-day stay at one of our Campanile hotels in Melun? Begin your short stay with a visit to Melun’s municipal museum, also referred to as Hôtel de la Vicomté, which is listed as an historic monument. Admire the tower of Saint-Barthélemy Church, the only vestige of the church, which was destroyed in the early 19th century. On your weekend in Seine-et-Marne, be sure to visit Melun’s National Gendarmerie Museum, where you'll find plenty of uniforms and exciting anecdotes about the history of the gendarmerie (national police force).
If you spend a week in Melun, you’ll have plenty of time to visit this beautiful city, its museums and its churches. Cruise along the Seine on the boat called “Ville de Melun.” You’ll see the river’s shores, cross through the Forest of Fontainebleau and pass by the Bois-le-Roi lock. Take advantage of your stay at our Campanile hotels in Île-de-France to explore the capital and its many monuments and landmarks.
Planning a family stay in Melun? Don’t miss the city tour in the form of a treasure hunt, called “Etienne rat-conte Melun” (in which a little rat named Etienne, the tourist office mascot, leads the way). It’s a very playful way to explore the city through Etienne the Rat’s stories. From our Campanile hotels near Melun, you can also take a hike through the Forest of Fontainebleau, a guaranteed change of scenery! Take advantage of your stay in Seine-et-Marne to enjoy the special family tour of the Château de Vaux-le-Vicomte, where children can wear knight and princess costumes.