Le Petit Parc, 78000 Versailles, France
The Palace of Versailles is one of the most visited monuments of France due to its great architecture and formidable gardens of more than 800 hectares.
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The Palace of Versailles, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, is located in the municipality of Versailles. This is one of the most important palaces in the world, its magnificent gardens of more than 800 ha and 2.3000 rooms make Versailles a must see.
In 1623, in the reign of Louis XIII, the first palace was built to receive the King the days of hunting. Later, in the year 1631, the palace was extended with huge gardens. At the beginning of the reign of Louis XIV, it was advised to Anne of Austria, who lived there, to leave the Palace of Versailles.
The Palace remained uninhabited until 1660, when King Louis XIV ordered the building of two wings on the sides of the hunting lodge, which, when it was closed, formed the Place d’Armes.
To move the whole court to Versailles, the palace was expanded in 1668 and at least 20.000 people lived there. In 1698 the royal chapel was built.
The Versailles Palace opening times depending on the area you wish to visit:
The Palace of Versailles will be open every day except Monday, December 25 and January 1.
The entrance to the exhibitions will be closed 30 minutes before the closing of the Palace.
Access will be free for children under 18 and people with disabilities with their companion.
According to the type of entrance Includes entry to the Palace (Palace of Versailles, Palacios de Trianón, the village of the Queen and the gardens) and audioguide.
*The price shown includes the order processing costs of Tictactickets. *Once you have acquired the admission ticket, any changes are not allowed and the amount paid will not be reimbursed under any circumstances.
*The tickets are subject to availability, in case of not being able to access the selected time, we will send the ticket from the following entry time and always on the same day.
*The requests of a refund are accepted within a maximum of 30 days after the date of the visit.
Palace of Versailles: Palace + Audio Guide
Access to the Palace:
The address to go to the Palace of Versailles is Place d'Armes, 78000 Versailles, France
The Palace of Versailles is formed by the central part and courtyards. In this part, we can find the King’s Rooms and the Queen’s room. These rooms were so immense that inside there were seven more rooms to receive visits and more rooms where the women of the court talked.
In the Palace you can also see the Hall of Mirrors, where the Treaty of Versailles was signed; in front of each window, there was a mirror, in total 357 mirrors! When the daylight entered, the room became more illuminated and the visitors were perplexed by such luminosity and colour.
Another part of the Palace of Versailles was the royal chapel, where religious ceremonies were held and outside statues of saints surround the garden.
In the Gardens of the Palace of Versailles, you can see numerous fountains with statues and different forms.
Finally, on the outskirts of the Palace of Versailles, we can find the Trianon, where Marie Antoinette relaxed from life in Versailles
We hope you enjoy the visit to the Palace of Versailles! We assure you that it is a visit that you cannot miss if you travel to Paris.