It’s easy to get to the palace of Versailles from Paris, especially when you reserve your tickets in advance with PARISCityVISION. Whatever it is you want to do -- travel by coach or by train (departure Paris center); visit the Versailles chateau and its gardens with priority access and a guide-interpreter; visit the grounds yourself with the help of an audio guide; squeeze your visit into a morning or afternoon; take the time to enjoy lunch in the park next to the Grand Canal before strolling over to the Trianon -- there are loads of different options adapted to your needs when you book with us!
A cut-in-line ticket will get you inside the Royal Quarters and Hall of Mirrors without having to wait in line. Equipped with an audio guide, you’ll be able to get the inside scoop on the chateau’s history in the language of your choice and explore at your own leisure the gardens landscaped by André Le Nôtre. A guided visit, however, is a bit more complete and will take you to the Petit and Grand Trianon as well as to the Queen’s domaine. It’s also possible for small groups to reserve guided private tours of the Versailles chateau and its French-style gardens.
To experience all the extravaganza of Versailles and its glorious, aristocratic past, reserve your tickets in the spring so that you can see the Grandes Eaux Musicales show (The Musical Fountains Show), an aquatic, musical show set to Baroque music that takes place in the basins and gardens of Versailles in the afternoon or in summertime on Saturday nights during an exceptional show that concludes with fireworks above the Grand Canal.
To discover the history of the Sun King (Louis XIV) and Marie-Antoinette, the Versailles chateau is without a doubt a must-see if you are in Paris. Thanks to historic reenactments and informative exhibitions, life at the Court comes alive for the more than 10 million annual visitors who try to see the chateau’s 2,300 rooms, admire the Hall of Mirrors and the King and Queen’s Royal Quarters as well as stroll around the chateau’s landscaped gardens.
Guided tour of the Palace of Versailles, including the King and Queen’s grand apartments and the Hall of Mirrors. Lunch in the park of the Palace. Guided tour of the Grand Trianon and Petit Trianon, as well as the Queen’s Hamlet.
Visit Versailles with a guide in the afternoon: an enjoyable outing at a time when there a fewer visitors. Guided tour of the main apartments, free time in the gardens. Depart from and return to the center of Paris by coach.
Small groups or private tours. Discover the Palace of Versailles with a guided tour of the King’s Grand Apartments and the Hall of Mirrors. Take a morning walk in the French gardens designed by André Le Nôtre. Departure and return by minibus to your accommodation in Paris.
Half a day to visit the Palace of Versailles at your own convenience. Audio guides available for the grand apartments of the Palace. Free time in the French-style gardens. Excursion departing from Paris.
Small groups or private tours. Spend the afternoon at the Palace of Versailles, visit the Grand Apartments and the Hall of Mirrors, and discover the magnificent French gardens. Depart and return by minibus to your place of accommodation in Paris.
Day trip to the Palace of Versailles. Free time to visit the King and Queen’s Grand Apartments and reception rooms with an audio guide. Free time to lunch and then discover the French gardens of the Palace of Versailles.
Small groups or private tours. Guided tour of the Palace of Versailles. Lunch in the restaurant near the grand canal. In the afternoon, a guided tour of the Trianons and a walk in the Queen’s Hamlet. Transport back to your hotel in Paris by minibus.
Small groups or private tours. Discover the gardens of Versailles and the Grand Apartments. Visit the gardens and house of Claude Monet as well as the Museum of Impressionism. Depart from and return to your accommodation in Paris. Lunch included.
Day trip. In the morning, guided tour of the Palace of Versailles, and a free stroll in the gardens. Lunch at noon in Paris followed by an open-top bus tour to discover the landmark monuments. Guided cruise on the Seine and visit of the Eiffel Tower, with a view over the rooftops of Paris from the 2nd floor.
A guided day tour with two must-see destinations close to Paris. Discover the Gardens of Giverny, with free time to visit the studio and House of Claude Monet. Then head to the Palace of Versailles, with free time to stroll through the gardens. Stop for lunch at Moulin de Fourges.