) is a commune in the Oise department in the valley of the Nonette in the Picardy region of northern France.
Surrounded by Chantilly Forest, the town of 11,000 inhabitants falls within the metropolitan area of Paris.
It lies 38.4 km (23.9 miles) north-northeast from the centre of Paris and together with six neighbouring communes forms an urban area of 36,474 inhabitants (1999 census).
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Chantilly and the surrounding communities are home to the largest racehorse-training community in France.
Chantilly is also home to the Living Museum of the Horse, with stables built by the Princes of Condé.
It is considered one of the more important tourist destinations in the Paris area.
Chantilly gave its name to Chantilly cream and to Chantilly lace.
The remaining open space between the town and the racecourse is always referred to as the "little lawn".
The highest point in the area, 112 meters, is at Bois Lorris, in Lamorlaye.
The lowest elevation is 35m, at the Canardière on the banks of the Nonette in Gouvieux.
The commune sits on a Lutetian sedimentary limestone plateau covered by Chantilly Forest.
The city was the base for the England National Football Team during the Euro 2016 Championship.
Chantilly lies in the Parisian basin, at the south end of the region of Picardy and the north end of the Parisian metropolitan area. Chantilly lies 39 km southwest of Beauvais, 79 km south of Amiens, and 38 km north of Paris.
Saint-Maximin lies to the north, Vineuil-Saint-Firmin to the northeast, Avilly-Saint-Léonard to the east, Pontarmé and Orry-la-Ville to the south-east, Coye-la-Forêt to the south, Lamorlaye to the southwest, and Gouvieux to the west.