Tours of the historic districts of Versailles

Versailles: a town born from the will of King Louis XIV, designed by Jules Hardouin Mansart, chief architect, and André Le Nôtre, principal gardener.

When you first arrive, you'll only have eyes for the Palace of Versailles. But our town – bisected by the avenue de Paris, also known as the widest avenue in France – hides many other treasures. Take a tour of Versailles and be pleasantly surprised.
 
Historic site and monument
Notre-Dame is the oldest area in Versailles. It was built by Louis XIV to embellish the area surrounding the Palace.
Historic site and monument
Next to the palace, the Notre Dame market and the Lambinet museum, every antiques lover and even the amateurs will enjoy a walk in this historic area.
Historic site and monument
This area of the city is located to the south, divided in two historics parts: the Old Versailles and Saint Louis Area strictly speaking.
Historic site and monument
Montbauron and Montreuil are disctricts of Versailles, located next to the main avenue of the city, Avenue de Paris, leading to the Palace.