No trip to Versallies is complete without visiting The Trianons - the interior is stunning and the gardens beautiful!
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Between this and the gardens we were almost uninterested in touring the palace. The trianons are so interesting and the hamlet was charming! The kids loved the bunnies and we could've watched them all day!
Dream you"re looking at a performance played by Marie-Antoinette at the Opera de la Reine, one of the jewels of the 18th century Don't fail to visit, in the gardens of the Petit Trianon several small constructions built for the Queen and her few friends...More
The Trianons are the cozy part of the whole castle and gardens. It is a bit offside of the main gardens and the castle. If you have already seen the castle and the gardens it is not that impressive anymore but you will understand why...More
The area known as the estate of Marie Antoinette is fascinating. There is a little farmyard with pigs, sheep, chickens, rabbits and cattle. The little houses are reminiscent of those in rural France. Unfortunately the Queen's house is being renovated and you can't go into...More
So much less crowded because not many people want to walk 15km in a day. The hamlet is worth it and the deliberately informal grounds are lovely. The houses are on a smaller scale with better furniture and a lot less people that the main...More
We spent a day on a Viator Versailles tour, arriving at Versailles by bus from Paris. We toured the inside of the Chateau with earphones and a guide - very informative. Then we were turned loose to check out the gardens and other buildings/attractions. Wandering...More