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Montlhery is a commune in the Essone department in Ile de France and located 16 miles from Paris. Montlhery is located on the strategically important road from Paris to Orleans. Initially, Montlhery was an old Gaulish site, called Mons Aetricus by the Romans. Under the Merovingians it was owned by the church in Reims. Later on, during the Franco Prussian War, Montlhery was occupied and pillaged by the Prussians. During the Second World War, in 1940, Montlhery was yet again occupied by the Germans. Today, Montlhery is a great holiday destination, where people can relax and have a great time away from the big city.

Top Attractions Within Montlhery

Chateau de Montlhery is a castle located in the heart of Montlhery, built in the 13th century. The castle has a prominent donjon and succeeded a castle built in the 11th century, and an earlier foundation, built from 991 to 1015. The castle has five surviving towers, one of which is much larger than the rest and serves as the donjon. The castle is a wonderful place to visit.

Mysteryland is a paradise amusement park for children in Montlhery, where they can find slides, bumper cars, inflatables, roller coasters, carousels, an indoor soccer, basketball, and rugby field. There are also many restaurants where both adults and children can enjoy a wide range of satisfying meals, delicious desserts as well as refreshing beverages.

Autodrome de Montlhery is the site of an automobile race track near Montlhery, established by Alexandre Lamblin in 1924. It is most of the times referred to as the French Indianapolis, because it is laid out as a high speed oval. Many speed records were set within months of its opening.

La Charrette is a great restaurant in Montlhery, where customers can taste some of the most delicious dishes, accompanied by the famous French wine and a plate of French Camembert and Brie cheese. Aside from this, the specialities are both local and international, some of them being sea food and frog.