Daily except Monday and 1st Sunday of each month (November - March)Duration
4 hoursStart time
8:30am or 2:00pm
Your Central Paris Accommodation.
(Please advise your accommodation details at the time of booking so that we can arrange hotel pick up.)
The tour ends at your Central Paris Accommodation.
Your private vehicle will pick you up from your hotel in Paris and driven to Versailles.
On the way, your private guide will give you an introduction to the century of the Sun King and the history of the Palace. Enjoy a private guided visit of the Royal Apartments, the Chapel, the Hall of Mirrors, the Queen's Apartments, the Hall of the Battles. For the final touch, take a small private walking tour through the magnificent gardens and groves of the most famous palace in the world. In the summer on Tuesday, Saturday or Sunday, you can request to the see the magical fountain show in the garden (Paid direct at the Garden).
After your inside tour you will have a chance to stroll the amazing gardens and appreciate the beauty of the estate. Look out for the groves - Ball Room, Colonnade, Encelade, Bath of Apollo, Arc de Triomphe, Neptune.
At the end of the tour, you will be returned to your hotel in Paris.
Please email or send an sms the tour operator at least 72 hours prior to start of the tour to confirm all details. Details are mentioned in your voucher.
In the summer (Tuesday, Saturday & Sunday), you may be able to see a magical Musical or Fountain Show in the garden (extra charge paid direct at the Garden).
Our tour was wonderful. Our guide, Marie, was fun, enthusiastic and very knowledgeable. Everyone in our family enjoyed it; we were only sorry that we had only booked a half day...James D. Lyons, Jr
Highly recommend! Incredible, friendly, knowledgeable guide that was very flexible and adapted really well to cater to our interests and also some of my family's lack of foreign...Lara A Dizdarevic
We are so happy we decided to do this tour and will definitely return one day with more time to spare. Our tour guides were excellent. We felt very sorry for 1st tour guide who...Marian L Dowling