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The woods of Fontainebleau and the one of Chantilly are great hicking sites. Here are additional pieces of information: camping overnigh in the woods of Fontainebleau is not allowed by the Office National des Forêts (ONF, in charge of wood management). According to the website of ONF, there are particular places where camping is allowed: a campsite ...


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The most beautiful forests around Paris (within 1 to 1.5h) are in : Chantilly Fontainebleau Meudon Rambouillet Saint Germain en Laye Now, I would suggest you to take a map of the forest with you as you could quickly get lost. Depending on the places, camping in the wild might not be authorized by local authorities. There are dedicated areas for camping ...


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The travel insurance requirement derives from article 15 of the Schengen visa code, which reads: Applicants for a uniform visa for one or two entries shall prove that they are in possession of adequate and valid travel medical insurance to cover any expenses which might arise in connection with repatriation for medical reasons, urgent medical ...


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You don't need a travel insurance if you have air transit visa for France and if you are Indian (not sure about other countries). But its always good to have a travel insurance, you never know when you will need it. I did have a travel insurance but it was invalid as I had postponed my flight and the departure dates were of the previous flights. When I ...


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The Paris Tourist Office has its own great 10 ideas of what to do with children. The first answer about the Catacombes reminded me of the sewers of Paris (Égouts de Paris) - this is a surprisingly interesting visit which I did with my children who were about 6 and 9 at the time.



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