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- Palace of Versailles
- Château de Versailles Gardens & Park
- Petit Trianon
- Grand Trianon
- Entrance A
- Jeu de Paume
- The Royal Opera (L'Opera Royal)
- Carriage Museum
- Potager du Roi
- Cathédrale St-Louis
- Eglise Notre Dame
- Academy of Equestrian Arts
- The Grand Canal
- Temple of Love
- Parc du Domaine de Madame Elisabeth
- Hameau de la Reine
- Cathedrale Saint Louis
- Congress Center of Versailles
- Domaine de Marie-Antoinette
- Musée Lambinet
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Once the capital of the Kingdom of France, Versailles is a historic and culturally rich French city in Île-de-France region, just a few miles west of Paris. Many landmarks in the city have been classified as UNESCO World Heritage Sites, and much of the city inspires images of the height of French art and culture. The city will attract visitors seeking a break from the hustle and bustle of nearby Paris, or who simply want to experience a few days of authentic French culture. The city has plenty of attractions to excite and entertain visitors of all interests. Finding a hotel in a foreign city can be a stressful experience, especially when you have a certain budget and expectations. With Hotels.com, you know exactly what you are getting when you book a hotel in Versailles thanks to thousands of user reviews, hotel photo galleries, and even a virtual tour of the local area thanks to the Google maps applet on the hotel page.
What's Versailles Like?
This wondrous city offers a wealth of cultural and historical locations to marvel at. History enthusiasts and sightseers will enjoy iconic locations such as the expansive and luxurious Chateau de Versailles, or other landmarks such as The Hall of Mirrors, The Royal Opera, The Grand Canal, Eglise Notre Dame, and The Royal Chapel. Versailles has plenty of artistic and cultural history, which can be seen in the city's many theaters, outdoor performances, and festivals. Enjoy displays of French culture from festivals and performances such as La voie de l'écuyer opus, Musical Gardens, Fêtes Galantes, and the royal serenades in the Hall of Mirrors.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Versailles
Versailles is a city with proud traditions, even by French standards. Carry a pocket phrase book around with you if you can, the French can sometimes be difficult when it comes to communicating in English, even if they can speak it. Beginning a conversation with "Parlez-vous anglais?" can save you a lot of trouble. You can use Hotels.com's Google maps location services in order to virtually explore the area around your hotel so that you can dive right into your French adventure. Many of the most exciting places to visit are all within walking distance, so bring a comfortable pair of walking shoes. The city also has excellent metro and bus links, so Versailles can be the staging point for a visit across the rest of France. You see your hotel's via the Hotels.com website, allowing you to plan ahead for your perfect holiday.