Exclusivo da Viator: Palácio de Versalhes e Trianon de Maria Antonieta saindo de Paris
Depois de chegar na cidade, siga direto para o vilarejo idílico da Rainha Maria Antonieta. Em 1682, o terreno foi declarado a residência real oficial, e Luís XIV, eventualmente, construiu quarteirões separados para sua esposa, a Rainha Maria Antonieta. Comprove seus gostos elaborados, sua casa se assemelha a uma vila de contos de fadas. Você terá aproximadamente uma hora e quinze minutos para explorar o vilarejo e a casa de campo e visitar Le Petit Trianon, seu belo palácio.
Encontre novamente no ônibus e retorne ao Palácio de Versalhes. Fundado no início do século XVII, o sensacional palácio foi oficialmente construído como um acampamento de caça real para o Rei Luís XIII. Durante o reinado de Luís XIV, jardins luxuosos e entrelaçados e uma sucessão de extravagantes inclusões foram feitas no palácio, transformando-o em um dos palácios mais decadentes do mundo. A imensidão do palácio barroco é listada como um Patrimônio da Humanidade pela UNESCO, com séculos de história para corresponder à sua grandeza. Caminhe passando pelas longas filas de entrada do palácio com seu ingresso Evite as Filas e siga para a excursão a pé. Explore salas públicas, como a capela, os King's Grand Apartments e a Sala de Espelhos – onde candelabros de cristais estão pendurados nos tetos afrescos e as paredes são cobertas com espelhos dourados.
Contemple os móveis felpudos interiores e, em seguida, siga para fora do palácio para explorar os Jardins de Versalhes à vontade. Após passear pelos jardins, encontre-se com o guia e viaje de volta ao centro de Paris, onde a excursão termina com um desembarque no início da noite.
- Transporte de ida e volta de Paris a Versailles
- Guia profissional
- Entrada - Palace of Versailles
- Entrada - The Trianons & The Hamlet
- Entrada - Grand Canal
- Entrada - The Royal Chapel
- Entrada - The Hall of Mirrors
- Entrada - Le Jardin de Versailles
- Recepção e desembarque no hotel
- Alimentos e bebidas
- A confirmação será recebida no momento da reserva
- Sem acessibilidade para cadeira de rodas
- Não recomendado para pessoas com problemas de mobilidade
- Perto de transporte público
- Os viajantes devem ter condicionamento físico razoável
- Esta excursão/atividade terá até 18 viajantes
More impressive than I thought it would be. Now we know where Henry VIII got all of his ideas.
Highly recommend. You do not want to go to Versailles and not have a guide. This is such a busy place and to have a guide take you through the grounds and provide you with the history of the palace is well worth taking this trip. Marie-Antoinette's Trianon was amazing. A little oasis not too far from the Palace. The Palace itself was a Cinderella story on steroids. The opulence and decadence is beyond words. The grounds, fountains were breathtaking. Everything about this trip was amazing. Versailles is about 25 to 30 minutes from Paris. This tour with Viator is done so well. You have a professional guide, who was amazing! She knew how to traverse the Palace, she took photos for us in the Hall of Mirrors and she knew her history. This was an exceptional tour and using Viator made it so great! Recommend 100
This is an excellent tour especially for a person with a time limit. You take a van to the Petit Trianon and have time to tour the building and the gardens on your own. You do need to walk down the driveway and back so people with mobility issues would find the time constraint a problem. You then reboard your van and go to Versailles proper and tour with a guide. There is a small time at the end to see the gardens etc. I would recommend that people with the time and ability to tour on your own do so but this is a wonderful option for those for whom figuring out the train schedules and tour schedules on their own would be problematic.
So our guide was full of positive energy but seemingly not as much French History. It was more of a monologue of her life, sort of a one woman show. We had a bus trip out of Paris - very little information delivered - missing a great opportunity as we drove past a number of monuments. Versailles was pretty crowded - definitely avoid Saturday's if you can. But besides the occasional Buzzfeed like factoids there was no history, no story and no real value add of a tour guide. The priority access helped but I left knowing almost nothing more than quick glimpses in the palace provided. Having just been on a different tour that AM with a great tour guide the difference was all too apparent. This guide talked more and delivered far less. We also were pretty rushed - not sure how much of that is normal which they should plan for and how much was unique.
We were a group of 3 women. We loved the tour but there was not much time to see the Trianon. By the time we got back there it was time to catch the bus again. The guide was good but I think she took all of her information from the Versailles series. She was distracted. I got the impression she had just broken up with her boyfriend.