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Versailles Bike Tour from Paris with Skip-the-Line Entrance

Versailles Bike Tour from Paris with Skip-the-Line Entrance
Walking & Biking Tours > Bike & Mountain Bike Tours > Bike Tour
$175.29
Duration: 8 to 9 hrs
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Description

Experience this 8.5-hour bike tour with skip-the-line access to the Palace of Versailles from Paris. With your guide, ride around the gardens and canals of Versailles before you enter the Chateau, where you can explore the Hall of Mirrors and Marie Antoinette's chambers. This tour includes use of a bike and helmet, round-trip transportation from Paris to Versailles, a guided tour of King Louis XVI's apartments, and entrance to the Palace of Versailles.

Meet your guide near the Dupleix Métro Station in Paris at about 8:30am. From there, you'll board a train to Versailles where you'll pick up your bikes (round trip train tickets to/from Versailles included in tour cost). Then, ride to the famous city market to shop for picnic supplies (own expense). Continue on through the 2,000+ acres of tree-lined paths as you enjoy a leisurely ride to visit Marie Antoinette's Hamlet and both the Petit and Grand Trianons. 

Next, relax and have your picnic at the end of the Grand Canal. Go behind the scenes to the King's Apartments, an exclusive section of the Palace of Versailles closed off to the general public, with your skip-the-line ticket. Use your free time to take in the breathtaking Hall of Mirrors, Marie Antoinette's chambers, and the royal quarters. After visiting the palace, you can still wander in the formal gardens before heading back to Paris. End your tour between 4:30pm and 5:30pm back at the departure point in Paris.

Experience this 8.5-hour bike tour with skip-the-line access to the Palace of Versailles from Paris. With your guide, ride around the gardens and canals of Versailles before you enter the Chateau, where you can explore the Hall of Mirrors and Marie Antoinette's chambers. This tour includes use of a bike and helmet, round-trip transportation from Paris to Versailles, a guided tour of King Louis XVI's apartments, and entrance to the Palace of Versailles.