De cités en places fortes, nombreux sont les villes et villages de Seine-et-Marne qui portent la marque du moyen-âge : Provins, Blandy-les-Tours, Crécy-la-Chapelle, Meaux, Moret-sur-Loing et bien d’autres encore. Châteaux, forteresses, bâtisses typiques, cités médiévales : le patrimoine Seine-et-Marnais vous fait redécouvrir la magie des siècles passés. Et pour revivre l’ambiance de ces temps immémoriaux, craquez pour nos fêtes médiévales !
Blandy-les-Tours is a medieval fortress last one left as well restaured in the Ile-de-France region.
This village, known as the Venice of the Brie (Venise de la Brie), has retained its own character, based on a distinctively structured street plan inherited from the Middle Ages.
Situated in the valley of Clignon and Ourcq at the bottom of the Orxois, the town of Crouy sur Ourq offers its green and quiet surroundings.
This historic city, at the junction between the former provinces of the Brie, the Gâtinais, Champagne and Burgundy, is located at the confluence of the rivers Seine and Yonne, and has a rich heritage and its busy streets to offer the visitor.
Town of Art & History
Historical center of Meaux
The historical center of Meaux still bears a morphology inherited past. From the old town to the market neighborhood, the monuments and small architectural inheritances remind us of the rich historical of what was once the capital of the Brie region.
Little towns of character
Château-Landon: the historical capital of the Gâtinais region
Legend has it that the City of Coulommiers takes its name from Julius Caesar himself.
With its vast parks and rich past, this old Briard city offers the visitor inviting opportunities to browse.
This mediaeval town on the banks of the Loing is a charming little provincial town. This site bears witness to a long past from prehistoric times to the present day, including its rich medieval period...
UNESCO World Heritage
Provins - medieval city
The city of Provins recently won the title of “City of Art and History” and is inscribed on the UNESCO List of Humanity World Heritage. With a unique heritage in France and a series of activities based on the theme of the Middle Ages, the city of Provins takes its visitors back in time, into a world of lords, ladies and knights.