Avoid long queues with exclusive skip-the-line access to the Versailles Palace and make the most of your time in this exquisite city. Tour the magnificent Grand Apartments as your audio guide demystifies some of the Palaceâs most enticing secrets. Get dazzled by the Hall of Mirrors - a corridor filled with 357 mirrors that majestically reflect the gardens through arched windows. Your passport allows you to tour the magnificent palace, also known as ChÃ¢teau de Versailles, which contains 700 rooms spread across 800 hectares. Learn about the French monarchy and peek into the private lives of the infamous King Louis XIV and Marie Antoinette with the help of a multilingual audio guide. Visit the stunning Hall of Mirrors - a corridor filled with 357 mirrors that majestically reflect the gardens through arched windows. Tour the magnificent Grand Apartments as your audio guide demystifies some of the Palaceâs most enticing secrets. Visit the stunning Hall of Mirrors - a corridor filled with 357 mirrors that majestically reflect the gardens through arched windows. Learn about the French monarchy and peek into the private lives of the infamous King Louis XIV and Marie Antoinette. Avoid long queues with exclusive skip-the-line access and make the most of your time at Versailles. Enjoy convenient ticket pickup just a few minutes walk from the Palace of Versailles. From King Louis XIV to Marie Antoinette, get a glimpse into the lives of the French monarchyâs most influential figures. Avoid long queues at the exquisite Palace of Versailles, one of the most extraordinary achievements in 17th-century European art, with exclusive skip-the-line escorted access with a host. Enjoy stress-free round-trip travel from Paris to Versailles, either in a comfortable, air-conditioned coach or in a fast, cost-effective train, according to your preference. Explore the several ornate rooms of the palace like the Hall of Mirrors that features 357 mirrors, its halls of French masterpieces and much more with the help of your audioguide. Gain exclusive skip-the-line access to the palace and explore various intriguing parts of the palace such as the Hall of Mirrors, the Royal Apartments, the Coronation Room, and the Royal Gardens designed by the renowned AndrÃ© Le NÃ´tre. Learn more about the palace and its history on this tour with a professional English or Spanish speaking guide, depending on the option chosen. A luxurious, air-conditioned coach will take you to Versailles and back or you can choose to take a train to make the journey back and forth, as per your convenience. Discover two amazing castles on this tour, paired with an excellent session of wine tasting. Check out the fantastic ChÃ¢teau de Chambord as you journey to the heart of French history. Bask in the magnificence of the ChÃ¢teau de Chenonceau. Tour the picturesque French countryside before arriving at the foot of the city. Visit the famous Abbey that was later converted into a prison by Louis XI. Try out authentic French cuisine like the delicious Breton Crepes. Visit the beautiful castle that inspired the Disney classic, 'Beauty and the Beast'. Try superb red and white wines at the family-owned Nitray Castle. A guide well-versed in English will direct you through the tour. Your guide will give you a detailed and interesting analysis of D-Day and the events that followed. Visit the museum at Utah Beach which is located in an old German bunker. Enjoy the picturesque sites in Normandy as you tour a classic 17th-century barn. Board air-conditioned coaches and enjoy the 2-hour ride from Paris to Normandy. Listen intently as your tour guide ushers your cozy group of 8 members with anecdotes and historical facts about Normandy. Walk the shores of the Juno Beach in Normandy, much like the Canadian troops did in 1944. Visit the Juno Beach Centre, a wide-ranging museum about the Canadian landings in Normandy. Enter two German bunkers on Juno Beach that are otherwise closed off to the public with an official Juno Beach Center guide. Donât leave the Juno Beach without seeing the âCanada Houseâ, the first house to be liberated in Normandy.