Is half day enough for Versailles?

How much time do you need at Versailles?

“Plan on two to three hours for the château, one hour for the gardens, and another two hours if you want to include the Domaine de Marie-Antoinette in your visit. Add two hours to cover your round-trip transit time, and it’s a five- to ten-hour day trip from Paris.” His times seem reasonable.

Do you need a whole day at Versailles?

To make the most of your visit at Versailles, plan to spend a full day in the estate. Read our advices to better organize your visit. Guided tours allow you to visit otherwise closed rooms and then to directly join free visit routes.

How long does it take to walk around the Palace of Versailles?

You’re going to want to get some lunch while you are out there which will be at least another hour – it’s France. Then you are going to want to spend at least 3 hours walking around the palace and gardens.

What would it cost to build Versailles today?

In 1994, American TV company PBS concluded that the French palace could have cost anywhere between $2-300 billion in today’s money.

What day is Versailles closed?

Much of the Estate of Versailles is open every day year-round but the main attraction, the Château (Main Palace) and smaller palaces are closed on Mondays (and thus very busy on Tuesdays).

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Can you bring water bottles into Versailles?

Transparent water bottles no larger than 50cl are permitted.