Melun The Essential
Melun has been around since Ancient times, at the convergence of river and land routes, on this island formed in a bend of the River Seine. The town stands at the gates of Brie, which supplied Paris with flour. Former residence of the Capetian Kings, it is now an intermediary town between Paris and the provinces, a major university and cultural centre and, for gourmets, this where the renowned Brie cheese originated.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Melun
Municipal Museum
Municipal Museum
This was one of Fouguet's residences,
60 minutes
Constabulary Museum
Constabulary Museum
The Maréchaussée (the name was derived
Collegiate Church of Our Lady of Melun
Collegiate Church of Our Lady of Melun
It was built by Robert the Pious, but
15 minutes
Town hall of Melun
Town hall of Melun
In the courtyard stands the statue of
15 minutes
Church of St Aspais
Church of St Aspais
Its originality lies in the irregular
15 minutes
Île St-Étienne
Île St-Étienne
This small island in the River Seine,
30 minutes