This is the town’s most potent and most frequently photographed visual symbol. Built before the 18th century and connected to the “mainland” of Annecy via a bridge, it resembles a miniature château, surrounded by water, despite its long-term use as a prison (and certainly a very cold one) for local malefactors.
Le Palais de I'lle
3 passage de I'lle, France
Our Rating Neighborhood Around Town Hours June–Sept daily 10:30am–6pm; Oct–May Wed–Mon 10am–noon and 2–5pm Phone 04-50-33-87-30 Prices Admission (combined ticket with Musée Château d’Annecy) 7.20€ adults; 3.20€ ages 12–25; free for children 11 and under Web site Le Palais de I’lle
Map3 passage de I'lle France Annecy
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