Walking trail - The Montreuil district

  • Domaine de Madame Elisabeth
  • Eglise saint Symphorien
  • Office de Tourisme
Domaine de Madame ElisabethEglise saint SymphorienOffice de Tourisme


Go for a walk in the district of Montreuil! On your way, discover famous places of Versailles. A walk full of culture and beautiful places.
The route begins at the Versailles Tourist Office, then head to the Hôtel du Département et de la Préfecture, an impressive example of 18th century administrative architecture.

Continue towards the Hôtel de Madame du Barry, former home of the Countess du Barry, favorite of Louis XV. Enjoy the elegance of this mansion before visiting the Centre de Musique Baroque de Versailles, a place dedicated to French baroque music, offering concerts and exhibitions.

Continue your walk towards the Domaine de Madame Élisabeth, a haven of peace with its small castle and gardens. Then, the Saint-Symphorien Church, a charming parish church. Finish your journey at the Chapelle du Lycée Hoche, an architectural gem nestled within the prestigious high school. This walk offers a fascinating insight into the history and heritage of Versailles.
Opening day(s)

All year long 2025

Every day

General information
  • Individual tour services :
    • Unguided individual tours available permanently
  • Group tour services :
    • Guided group tours on request
    • Unguided group tours available permanently


Walking trail - The Montreuil district
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    • French
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