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In solo, in duo or in family, discover the must-see of your summer 2017 in Versailles. Apart from the classics such as the palace, the gardens and the Royal Tennis Court, Jeu de Paume room, you should not leave Versailles without having done these must-do. Discover them now :
Fill up your bag with fresh produce, enjoy the delicious scents of fresh fruit and summer flowers ... A delicious moment awaits you in the heart of the Notre-Dame district!
Enjoy this quiet and verdant place for a relaxing break at the Trianon Palace Versailles.
Can we imagine a more idyllic setting to enjoy a glass of Moët Ice Imperial and the creations snack luxury version of the executive chef Frédéric Larquemin?
Whether day or night, you should not miss the shows at the Palace of Versailles. "The Musical Fountains Shows", "the Night Fountains Shows", "Louis XIV, the King of Fire", "Handel: Music of the royal fireworks" young and old will be amazed in front of these fountains playing, lights and fireworks.
After your visit to the King's Vegetable Garden, take a break at the Nina's Marie-Antoinette Summer Tea Room for delicious tea and ice-cream.
In front of the Palace of Versailles, embark for a refreshing ride in this majestic park. Rent a small boat and relax on the grand canal!
Have a break on the Saint-Louis side in the pedestrian street of Satory and enjoy the beautiful rays of the sun. Many restaurants offer terraces to chill during a meal.
Bicycle tour in nature or around the city, the choice is yours :
Versailles offers many parks in which you can picnic at the beginning of the sunny days. Park Balbi, Park of the Palace, Pièce d'Eau des Suisses, the Estate of Madame Elisabeth, Garden of Scents ... you are spoiled for choice for your picnic.
After a busy day in the city of Versailles, celebrate the Bastille Day on July 13 from 9 pm to 1 am at the ball organized on the market square Notre-Dame.
Do not forget your little selfie souvenir of Versailles. For a photo with an unobstructed view of the whole city, go to the ramp St Martin (at the top of the street Marshal Joffre)!