Book a Versailles Palace and Trianons small group tour with Disneyland Paris hotel transfers. Lunch at La Petite Venise along the Grand Canal.
- Visit the Palace of Versailles!
- Skip-the-Line access to the Hall of Mirrors and the King’s and Queen’s Bedrooms
- Lunch at La Petite Venise along the Grand Canal
- Grand and Petit Trianons
- Queen’s Hamlet
- Disneyland Paris hotels pick-up and drop-off
Versailles Palace and Trianons Small Group Tour from Disneyland Paris Hotels
Marne-la-Vallee – Versailles – Marne-la-Vallee
Leave the hotel in Disneyland Paris at 8:00 am and discover royal life in the majestic Chateau de Versailles in the 17th and 18th centuries.
It will take about an hour to drive from your hotel at Disneyland Paris to Versailles Palace.
Start a captivating guided tour that reveals this magnificent palace’s history. The palace has been on the list of World Heritage for 30 years, combining classical and baroque architectural styles. As you visit the Hall of Mirrors, Royal Apartments, and French gardens designed by Le Notre, you will instantly feel the grandeur of the court of King Louis XIV. Everything inspires elegance, perfection, and harmony in Versailles. It is a real masterpiece of the 17th century and a symbol of the complete strength of the Sun King. Throughout his entire reign, both the palace and the gardens were expanded and embellished.
You will go on a guided tour of Versailles State Apartments and Gardens. Enjoy dinner at La Petite Venise restaurant near the Grand Canal (including drinks).
– Arugula salad with Parmesan
– Chicken breast, mashed potatoes with olive oil
– Chocolate fudge cake
– 1/4 bottle of mineral water
– 1 glass of red wine du Pays de Gard
During the afternoon, you’ll take a guided visit of the Petit Trianon and the Grand Trianon followed by Queen Marie-Antoinette’s Hamlet. You’ll have free time to walk the gardens.
We normally return to the Disneyland Paris hotels at around 5:45pm.
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