Versailles Day Trip from Paris

Visit the palace and gardens of Versailles, just 30 minutes outside Paris


Visit the palace and gardens of Versailles, just 30 minutes outside Paris.

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At a Glance

Price: from $410. Pricing is based on the number of travelers AND the type of vehicle needed to accommodate your party.

Departure Time: 9:00 a.m.

Duration: 4-5 hours

Meeting Point: Pick-up at your Paris hotel or apartment included.

Availability: Tours available every day except Mondays. Special schedule applies on national holidays. First Sunday of each month not available.

Add a 3 course lunch and private tour guide on site.  Contact us for details.

Versailles Day Trip from Paris

Travel round-trip from your Paris hotel or apartment to Versailles in a private van/car with a personal driver. Priority admission and headset on site included.

What’s Included in Your Versailles Tour?

  • Priority admission
  • Personal driver
  • Hotel or apartment pick-up in central Paris in the morning. (Disneyland area hotel pick-up and drop-off add $125 per group)
  • Drop-off back in Paris after lunch.
  • Audio guide headset

Versailles Day Trip From Paris Details

The sheer size and grandeur of the France’s most famous palace has to be seen to be appreciated. “Living like a king” is hardly adequate to describe the palace and gardens. Covering over 2000 acres, with 230 acres of formal gardens and with 721,000 square feet of living space, the Palace of Versailles is rightly called the world’s largest palace.

The Hall of Mirrors and Royal apartments draw over three million visitors each year.

Versailles Day Trip from Paris: The golden gates at Versailles palace.
The golden gates in front of Château de Versailles.

A tip for your driver is not included in the price. While appreciated, tips for driver services in France are not compulsory. 

Read our customer reviews.

Why we love Versailles – The palace is the crown jewel of French opulence.  So much history!  It gets very crowded; we recommend using skip-the-line or priority tickets if in any way possible.  When you visit, make sure to leave time to visit the enchanting (and less crowded) garden as well. – John