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A little walk in the park of the chateau of Versailles among the fountains and the groves.
This walk is located inside the park of the Château de Versailles, the access to the park is free for pedestrians but paying for vehicles. For this walk you can park your car outside the park (difficult to find a free place) and you enter the park on foot through the Queen's gate which is very close to the gardens. There is no particular difficulty on the route except perhaps the lack of shade as in all the French gardens. It can be very hot in summer. The fountains work on the days of the Grandes Eaux (mainly Saturdays and Sundays in summer). Beware during the Great Waters, the access to most of the park is not free (8,5E), only the part located towards the Grand Canal is free. On the other days of the week, access to the park for pedestrians is free but the fountains do not work.
If there is room to park in the street, you can access the park in a few minutes through the Queen's gate. Parking is charged as everywhere in Versailles.