Saint Nicolas Bal at Chateau de Breteuil
In tsarist Russia the dancing season used to start with the namesday of tsar Nicolas I, when a bal was given in the Saint Peterburg Winterpalace (nowadays Hermitage Museum) on Saint Nicolas Day.
You are fed up with the fuss around the centenary of the Bolshevik revolution this year? Let's re-enact the days of the ancient régime here in France in the mansion of the marquis de Breteuil!
(The Bourbons may have lost the throne, but the marquis still owns his family estate since almost 400years!)
A unique opportunity to dance in privately owned chateau, just 30 minutes SW from Paris Periférique!
The famous Protected content that has served the kings of France during centuries still proudly inhabit their 17th century chateau, and host December 9 the annual
Saint Nicolas Bal
We dance Waltz and ... Rock!
Car- or taxi, Uber-sharing is recommended, but if you come by RER B
I could eventually pick you up at Saint Rémy les Chevreuse
You can sms me in advance or send pm to arrange carsharing from Paris.
It is recommended to reserve and pay in advance: