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A walk inside the estate of Marie-Antoinette in the gardens of the Chateau of Versailles.
The estate of the Palace of Versailles is immense and must be visited in several parts. In this visit we will focus on the domain of Marie-Antoinette, which consists of the Petit and Grand Trianon, a park and the famous Queen's hamlet. The most enduring will be able to reach the main castle but the distances are important. This part of the castle is already very large and is sufficient on its own.
The starting point is at the St. Antoine Gate, which is not the main entrance to the castle but is the closest entrance to Marie-Antoinette's estate. There is a small car park before the entrance (free on Sundays). You can also enter the park with your car and park even closer (6 E per car). Bicycles can be rented to move around the park more quickly (6.5 E/h), there is a bicycle point right next to the entrance gate.
The entrance to the park of Versailles is free and many Versailles residents jog in the park, but the access to the domain of Marie-Antoinette is not free (10 E). Beware of the opening hours, the domain is accessible from 12 am.
To finish, remember to prepare your visit well because the park is large, you should not want to see everything in one day.
The whole area is fenced and there are not many entry points. You can also buy your ticket and access the park from the Grand and Petit Trianon. The ticket gives access to the interior of the castles of Marie-Antoinette's estate.