During your stay in Paris, be sure to visit the Palace of Versailles, an emblematic place in the history of France.
Discover the breathtaking architecture of its buildings, the magnificent gardens created by André Le Nôtre or the famous Hall of Mirrors. During the spring, you can also enjoy the Musical Fountains Show taking place in the gardens of the Palace of Versailles.
To discover at the Palace of Versailles
Originally the country residence of Louis XIII, it was Louis XIV "the Sun King" who transformed Versailles into a sublime castle and made it the home of the kings of France until the French Revolution.
Listed as a World Heritage Site, the Palace of Versailles is one of the most breathtaking French achievements of the 17th century.
Initially a simple hunting lodge, then a pleasure residence, the Palace of Versailles became under Louis XIV the main residence of the court and the king. He then decided to build a disproportionate building where all the greatest artists, architects, landscape architects… of the time would work. Now a museum, the Palace of Versailles is a real treasure of French historical heritage which houses more than 60,000 works of art, from the Middle Ages to the end of the 19th century.
The Grandes Eaux Musicales in the gardens of Versailles
In the Spring, the great musical fountains are back in the gardens of the Versailles estate, you can discover the 55 fountains and basins of the castle set in water within the 850 hectares of gardens and groves. A unique opportunity to attend a majestic spectacle and immerse yourself in the splendor of the reign of Louis XIV during a visit!
Information and reservations on the Châteaux de Versailles website