Visit the magnificent palace of Versailles, explore the life of the famous Sun King, Louis the XIV.
Chateau de Versailles is one of the most beautiful palace in the world, a model for many European palaces. Built in the 17th century by the famous Sun King, Louis the XIV, the construction work had lasted for 50 years. It is an illustration of the absolute monarchy of Louis the XIV. In this tour, we explore the life of the Sun King in his magnificent palace.
Car pick-up in hotel in central Paris. The driving time to Versailles is about 40 minutes. We'll visit the Grand apartment of the Palace, the garden and the Coach Gallery (opens from 12:00).
Prebooking service. The entrance time is pre-purchased. (Kindly ask me to check the availability of the entrance time before booking. Children under 18 is free but still need to book for the entrance)
This tour is with a Mercedes private van, a professional driver and me as your guide.
Chateau de Versailles is closed on Mondays
Children under 18 years old is free of entrance fee, please inform me before booking.
Car pick-up in hotel in central Paris. The travel time from Paris to Versailles will be around 40 minutes (depending on the traffic). Then, we go through a priority entrance which I had already booked a visit time. We'll visit the Grand apartment of the Palace, the garden and the Coach Gallery (open from 12:00). The order of the visit may be adjusted according to the booked visit time, the weather condition and on site situation etc. Drop back to hotel or a monument in Paris.
Please note that the 4 hours include the travel time.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Pick up at hotel in central Paris
End location: Back to your hotel or a monument in Paris
Duration: 4 hours
In private car Mercedes class v or equivalent with driver
Estimated Local Cash Needed
10 euro - For drinks
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Celia was fantastic, we were travelling with an 8 months and she accommodated every bit of the trip for him, even holding him for a bit! Very informative session on Versailles, as well.