The medieval ruins at Chateau-Thierry

Château-Thierry is named after an ancient Merovingian king. You can still visit the castle ruins are of the same name, along with the museum dedicated to Jean de la Fontaine, a native of the city. To stay in Chateau-Thierry, you can choose from quaint establishments and hotels in more modern style. The cost of one night starts at 40 euro puts can be up to ten times the price. For small prices, the Hexagone hotel in the city center. The rooms are nevertheless comfortable and equipped with flat screen and Wi-Fi. The Campanile in Moiserie offers double and triple well equipped. Le Jardin des Fables offers tourists the guest rooms decorated in various themes: Polish, Florentine or pistachio. You'll love the authentic and warm atmosphere of the 16th century building. This accommodation is close to City Hall. Although it is a bit far from the town of Château-Thierry, Château de la Marjolaine offers and lodging in Essomes sur Marne. It is popular because of its location in the vineyards and the view overlooking the river and the park.