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Visit one of the top attractions from Paris, the Palace of Versailles, known for its exquisite royal chambers and lush gardens spreading across 800 hectares.
Choose between a morning tour and an afternoon tour and enjoy skip-the-line tickets to the palace. You will be provided with an audio guide (available in 11 languages) that will describe the sights in detail as you tour the Hall of Mirrors, Royal Opera, Marble Staircase, Mars Drawing Room, Venus and Diana Drawing Rooms, and the Royal Chapel.
The beautiful gardens are almost as impressive as the palace itself. Designed in an impressive formal style, they boast marble and bronze statues, fountains and geometrically aligned terraces.
On operational days, you may see the Musical Fountain Show and witness the extraordinary sight of Versailles’ fountains coming to life as they dance to classical music.
Versailles Skip the Line Audio-Guided Tour:
31 Mar - 31 Oct: Wednesday & Thursday
1 Nov - 30 Mar: Daily except Monday and the days when Versailles runs the Musical Fountains and the Musical Gardens.
Versailles Skip the Line Audio-Guided Tour with Musical Gardens/ Fountains:
27 Mar - 31 Oct: Tuesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday
4 hours approxStart time
8:15am and 1:20pm
Make your way along with your voucher to Paris Trip Office located: 41 avenue de la Bourdonnais Paris 75007. So there’s no last-minute rush please arrive at the start point 20 minutes early.
The tour concludes at the original point of departure
Travel from Paris to the Palace of Versailles in an air-conditioned coach. Avoid long queues at the entry gates with your skip-the-line Versailles ticket. Collect your audio guide, and enjoy learning the fascinating facts, anecdotes and stories about this 17th century UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Enter the royal chambers of King Louis XIV who built the palace in the mid-17th century when he moved court from Paris. He constructed expansive Versailles to be large enough to house his entire court and aristocracy.
Be enamored by the extravagance of King Louis XIV’s intimate chambers, the decadent halls lined with statues, and the wonderful gardens. One of the major highlights of Versailles is the spectacular Hall of Mirrors, where the historic Treaty of Versailles, ending the World War I, was signed in June 1919.
You can also stroll in the formal gardens which were designed by Andre le Notre. Almost as impressive as the palace itself are its ponds, tree lined avenues, marble and bronze statues, fountains, and the secondary royal residences including Marie Antoinette’s rural retreat, the Queen’s Hamlet.
You may also see the Musical Fountains and the Gardens and enjoy the fanciful histrionics of Versailles’ water fountains accompanied by musical compositions from Lully, Desmarets, Gluck and Rameau.
At the end of the tour, you will return Paris by coach. Upon arrival, you must make your own way back to your accommodation.
The confirmation voucher includes the local activity operator’s contact details. They’re a nice bunch, and will happily answer any logistical questions you may have. Please give them a call at least 24 hours before your organised activity to reconfirm.
No modifications to the tour will be entertained, 5 days prior to the departure date.
Strollers are not permitted inside the palace.
Voucher Information: Sorry, but we will need you to print a paper version of your booking voucher (we're working on changing this). At this time no refund can be given for customers without a printed copy of their voucher.
We really enjoyed this tour with our 2 teens. Tour guide was very friendly and knowledgeable and feee time was provided to explore the amazing gardens....Donna Carnicelli, Canada
This tour was well worth taking. It was a very wet day and so we did not have a chance to go into the gardens. However the whole thing went smoothly, our guide Isabelle was very...MRS DUNNE, United Kingdom
My wife and I had a great time with the trip. It was worth the money we paid for. Had enough time to see many of the important highlights of the tour. Would strongly...Herminio Prospero, United States