A walk in the grounds of a former Castle of Louis XIV in Marly near Versailles.
In the 1670s Louis XIV built a castle not far from Versailles in Marly-le-Roi. His intention was to have a home where he could relax surrounded only by few people away from the pomp of Versailles. Today there are nothing more than the Park and a few statues, the Castle and the ancillary buildings were completely destroyed. A small Museum (not free) near the entrance allows to have a vision of the site as it stood at the time of Louis XIV.
The walk in the Park is very nice, admission is free, the park is not very large. Access is not easy by public transport. There is a small parking lot but it is quickly full.
There is a little car park just near the park