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Paris: Photo Shoot with a Private Travel Photographer

1. Paris: Photo Shoot with a Private Travel Photographer

Get a unique souvenir of your time in Paris and take part in a photo shoot of your trip at locations tailored to your personal requirements.  Work with a professional photographer to create magical moments, and capture your travels in a contemporary and candid style. The photographers are hand-picked, highly experienced local experts who will share their knowledge of their city like an old friend. Receive a link to your own, password-protected, online gallery within 5 working days to download your professionally edited images for free.

From Paris: Versailles by Train and Skip-the-Line Entrance

2. From Paris: Versailles by Train and Skip-the-Line Entrance

Leave Paris behind and explore the lavish palace and grounds of Versailles, and learn about a place full of history and luxury. Skip the line with all-access tickets and learn with an audio guide. Begin the tour in Paris, the city that housed a royal palace where the Louvre museum now stands — until Louis XIV decided to relocate to the outskirts of Paris to build a new palace. Travel to the train station in Montparnasse with the host, and enjoy an express train to Versailles while the host offers some history and details about the visit to the palace. Take advantage of the opportunity to talk with the host, who’s also a local expert, and ask questions about other things to see and do in Paris. Arrive at Versailles, and walk with the host to the palace entrance. Receive a skip-the-line timed entry ticket for the palace, which includes access to an audio guide. Keep in mind, skip-the-line does not include the security line. Every guest must wait in the security line. Enter the palace after the host outlines how to return to Paris with your return train ticket. Spend the rest of the day enjoying Versailles at your own pace. The ticket includes access to the palace, temporary exhibitions, the Gallery of Coaches (weekend), and the Park. 

Versailles: 2-Hour Private Tour for Families & Children

3. Versailles: 2-Hour Private Tour for Families & Children

Journey back to the days of the French court on a family and child-friendly tour of the legendary Palace of Versailles, and access areas of the castle to experience the grand opulence of the staterooms. Avoid the dry historical commentaries of some tours. With your guide, hear the entertaining stories and facts designed with families and children in mind. Step into another world as you roam the magnificent halls and create memories you will all cherish for a lifetime. Your guide will explain the culture and art of the palace in a fun and interactive way. Once you have seen the miraculous King’s Apartments and the breathtaking Hall of Mirrors, take a short walk to the most beautiful parts of the gardens of Versailles.

From Paris: Versailles Full-Day Guided Tour with Lunch

4. From Paris: Versailles Full-Day Guided Tour with Lunch

The splendor of Versailles deserves a full day. On this tour enjoy the day, a guide, and lunch in the park. Starting from anywhere in central Paris, you will be picked up and driven in an air-conditioned minibus to Versailles, where your guide takes you right inside with no waiting. Tour the elegant State Apartments that Louis XIV built around 1670, including separate "grand apartments" for the king and queen, and the 73-meter-long Hall of Mirrors. When you finish touring the palace's splendid interior, wander through the equally impressive gardens before having lunch in the park near the Grand Canal. After lunch, your guide will show you the Grand Trianon, a smaller marble palace the king used for less formal occasions. Then discover the Queen's Hamlet, a Norman-style thatched cottage build for Marie Antoinette. On Sundays the tour includes the "Grand Eaux" water and music show.

Versailles Palace Skip-the-Line Entrance and Breakfast

5. Versailles Palace Skip-the-Line Entrance and Breakfast

In the recently renovated Pavillon Dufour, ore offers the great French classics, light bites and delicate pastries. Located at the first floor of Pavillon Dufour, the restaurant plan is divided into two main dining rooms, one bar and three salons. One can admire the Palace through the windows overlooking the cour Royale and the cour d’Honneur. In the salons, the subtle position of the mirrors allows the guests to look upon the Palace, even if their back is turned to the windows. Ore - Ducasse au château de Versailles offers contemporary French cuisine and artfully combining great classics and new dishes. Service is relaxed, professional and efficient. After breakfast, be guided to the skip-the-line access for the palace and enjoy the rest of your day in Versailles.

Versailles Palace & Gardens Tour with Gourmet Lunch

6. Versailles Palace & Gardens Tour with Gourmet Lunch

Meet your guide in central Paris and enjoy a short, escorted train ride to Versailles. On arrival, start a journey in the footsteps of the kings and queens of France. During the reign of Louis XIV, the Sun King, Versailles was the place to be and to be seen. Nowadays visitors from all over the world still come to Versailles to marvel at the splendors of this incredible palace. Your skip-the-line access allows you to bypass the long lines that form each day, and your friendly local guide will steer you expertly through the crowds, bringing the famous figures who once inhabited this palace back to life, and making sure you don’t miss a thing. After visiting the royal apartments inside the palace, your guide will lead you through the spectacular gardens, once the setting of balls, parties and elaborate firework displays. On fountain show days you will see the amazing waterworks, still running today as they did in the times of kings and queens. After your tour, dine like a king at the sumptuous new restaurant Ore, recently opened in the spectacular 18th century salons at the Chateau of Versailles by renowned chef Alain Ducasse. Savor a delicious gourmet lunch and discover fine French cuisine. Alain Ducasse is world-famous for his inspired cooking, combining fresh, local ingredients to produce timeless and contemporary dishes. Admire the beautiful views of the chateau while you feast on some of the best French food. It’s the perfect way to end your tour.

Versailles: Skip-the-Line Entrance and Lunch at Ore

7. Versailles: Skip-the-Line Entrance and Lunch at Ore

In the recently renovated Pavillon Dufour, ore offers the great French classics, light bites and delicate pastries. Located at the first floor of Pavillon Dufour, the restaurant plan is divided into two main dining rooms, one bar and three salons. One can admire the Palace through the windows overlooking the cour Royale and the cour d’Honneur. In the salons, the subtle position of the mirrors allows the guests to look upon the Palace, even if their back is turned to the windows. Ore - Ducasse au château de Versailles offers contemporary French cuisine and artfully combining great classics and new dishes. Service is relaxed, professional and efficient. After lunch, be guided to the skip-the-line access for the palace and enjoy the rest of your day in Versailles.

Versailles Palace Private Family Tour Designed for Kids

8. Versailles Palace Private Family Tour Designed for Kids

This fun, private two-hour tour not only introduces you to the wonders of this iconic palace of the French kings, but it also includes an energetic family recipe. Participants will have to use their deduction and creative skills to answer questions about the castle treasures and items, including the breathtaking Hall of Mirrors, so your little detectives stay captivated, while you learn about the most famous castle of the French monarchy. This is both a fun and educational way to discover this unique palace west of Paris. This is a tour your children will remember for a long time. The tour guide will focus their energy on them during the tour, without forgetting the parents to make it fun for the whole family.

From Paris: Private Guided Tour of Versailles

9. From Paris: Private Guided Tour of Versailles

Touring the Palace at Versailles is simply a must for any visitor to Paris. Initially built as the summer residence for French royalty, Versailles’ legendary grandeur and opulence is unsurpassed. It has since been home to everyone from Marie Antoinette and King Louis XIV to France’s Dauphin and Dauphine. Your Versailles tour is an exploration into the lives of the French royal family and will give you an extraordinary view into the lives of the monarchy before they were overthrown during the French Revolution in 1789. During your tour, you'll get to study your reflection in the same celebrated Hall of Mirrors that Louis XVI did, while also visiting the room where the treaty that ended World War I was signed. Your guided tour of Versailles' palace is followed by a walk through the lush gardens on the grounds that Versailles is famous for. Breathtaking and ethereal, the legendary gardens of Versailles actually served as the inspiration for many of Claude Monet's greatest paintings. Your tour of Versailles was designed to give you a firsthand, truly Parisian experience. Your Versailles tour begins with your exclusive guide meeting your group at your hotel and taking you personally to Versailles. Your quick, 20 minute RER train ride leaves you right near the grounds of the Palace. Once there your guide will lead you on your 4 hour tour. After your tour, you're able to continue exploring the Palace on your own, or heading back to Paris with your guide. The guide can reccomend local restaurants in Versailles to stay for dinner.

Versailles: Private Guided Tour of the Palace

10. Versailles: Private Guided Tour of the Palace

Listed for 30 years as a World Heritage Site, the Palace of Versailles is one of the finest achievements of French art of the 17th century. The former hunting lodge of Louis the 13th was transformed and enlarged by his son Louis the 14th, who installed his court and his government there in 1682. Until the French Revolution, kings succeeded each other, embellishing the castle each to their own. This private 2-hour tour introduces you to the wonders of this iconic palace of the French kings. Hear about the history of this place and its inhabitants, its evolution through the centuries, and its place today in the tourist market. Discover the rooms and objects making this castle an essential place of the French monarchy during your visit to Paris, including the breathtaking Hall of Mirrors and the queen's and king's apartments.

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What people are saying about Palace of Versailles

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4.6 / 5

based on 4,270 reviews

The meeting spot was obviously and the train ride was very simple . Our host Amira, was entertaining , informative , and very knowledgeable. The communication from the company was very reassuring and updates were helpful. Would recommend to anyone. Great time .

This was probably our favorite activity in Paris! Alain was an absolute pleasure to work with and took better photos than our wedding photographer. We would highly recommend anyone that wants great photos of Paris.

Our guide was on time and traveled with us to Versailles. This was a great, reasonable way to go. I recommend packing a picnic to have on the grounds.

Our tour guide was Amira and she was absolutely fantastic. Very pleasant and also very knowledgeable of Versailles, We had a wonderful experience.

Skipping the very long line is a huge plus. Our guide was great, offered her insights.