Magnificent Palace. People say it would be hard to impress people with another palace after you visit Palaca of Versailles, which I think its true. It is huge and beautiful. Inside, you can see the decoration of the palace where the King used to live and his family. Outside, there is a HUGE and BEAUTIFUL garden which also has many fountains and a big lake. On some of the days, there will be a musical fountains show, though it costs extra money, but it is definetely worth to see. You will feel like youre actually inside a movie like Troy or Game of Thrones!
The Palace of Versailles was built by King Louis of France at 1400. The palace and garden are extraordinarily large, reflecting his extravagance and corruption to the extreme. But as a world cultural heritage, it is really worth seeing. If you can, I sincerely recommend Ibis to stay overnight near Versailles Palace and buy a two-day ticket to go slowly. It's necessary to arrive early, lazy like me at 12 o'clock, and finally regret happened. Maybe it will take two days for me to finish my visit to Paris for the fifth time. I got off at the Eiffel Tower Station at the Versailles Palace terminus on the RER C line, followed the crowd, or left at the first crossing. It is especially recommended to buy tickets online in advance. The pass includes 25 euros for garden, because the garden is so beautiful and beautiful. Because there are so many people queuing to the palace in the morning, but the garden is very big and there is no queuing at all. So we should go to the garden first in the morning and the main palace around 3 p.m. instead of beating snake cakes under the scorching sun... Versailles Palace must go, Versailles Palace must go, Versailles Palace must go... Online tickets must be bought in advance, PDF screenshots in the mail have code entry for staff to scan, do not need to print...
As the most famous palace in Europe, it is overcrowded. There are so many tourists in the Chinese team that it is more crowded than others that it has some influence on the tour experience. Whether you hold a museum pass or not, you line up with other visitors. The back garden needs another ticket to visit. It is recommended not to miss it. There are fewer visitors in the garden. It is as beautiful as heaven when the weather is clear. When you walk downstairs through the main building, there's Angelina's dessert house on a corner. It's less crowded than the branch stores in downtown Paris. The backyard is very large, and deep in the garden are the big and small Teriano Palace and the Queen's Farm. If you want to go, it is recommended to buy a small train ticket of 7 euros. Otherwise, it will be difficult to walk several kilometers.
The area of Versailles Palace was formerly a forest and swamp wasteland. In 1624, King Louis XIII of France bought 117 acres of barren land and built a two-storey red brick building for the hunting palace, which had 26 rooms and now has 2300 rooms, 67 stairs and 5210 pieces of furniture. As a French court for 107 years. The most impression left here is Louis XIV, the proudest emperor ever! He may be the most influential emperor in human history in your daily life today. If you have eaten French food, you will be influenced by him; if you love perfume, you will be influenced by it too; if you love high heels, you are still influenced by him.
Located in the southwestern suburb of Paris, the capital of Evelyn Province, Versailles, is one of the famous palaces in Paris and one of the five palaces in the world. In 1979, it was listed in the World Cultural Heritage List. The Palace of Versailles is magnificent and luxurious, with French classical style on the outside and Rococo design on the inside. Mirror hall, war hall, Apollo hall, king's bedroom and other rooms are decorated with brilliant gold.
Arriving in Paris, this palace must be visited. The Palace of Versailles is not in Paris, but about 18 kilometers away from Paris. There is also a small town of Versailles. The earliest time was the hunting palace of King Louis XIII of France. It used to be the French palace for more than 100 years. Unfortunately, it was badly damaged and even ruined during the French Revolution for 40 years. 。 After restoration, Versailles Palace was able to glow its unparalleled exquisite beauty, thus becoming a world cultural treasure. There are many visitors to the palace, queuing in and equipped with commentators. If we want to listen and observe carefully, we can't do it for half a day. Although we have a quick glance, we have to admire it. What impressed me most was that when taking pictures of her companions, a girl listened attentively to the commentary with a commentator, and could not bear to interrupt her, so she took pictures together. After she found out, she politely gave up and apologized. I was moved by her maturity. I couldn't help but want to shoot for her. Unexpectedly, she acted like a model, with an interpreter and posed very naturally. In just a few seconds, she harvested these pieces. The whole process was perfect! _________
Versailles Palace is one of the five palaces in the world (Beijing Palace Museum, French Versailles Palace, Buckingham Palace, White House of the United States, Kremlin Palace of Russia). It is located in the town of Versailles, capital of Evelyn Province, on the southwestern outskirts of Paris. It is one of the most representative palaces in France, and of course one of the must-visit attractions in Paris. Palace buildings are magnificent and magnificent, and the palace is magnificent and luxurious. In front of the main palace is a large French garden with unique style. The trees, flowers and plants planted in the garden are ingenious, and the scenery is beautiful and tranquil, which makes people relaxed and happy. Unfortunately, time is limited and you can't visit the park. Give me a reason to go next time.
It took an hour to drive from downtown Paris to the suburban Versailles Palace. As a famous palace in Paris, this palace is as famous as Beijing Palace, Buckingham Palace in Britain, White House in the United States and Kremlin Palace in Russia. It is the world's five largest palaces. From the entrance, you can see the golden fence, the splendid palace exterior wall, which covers a large area and can be called a manor. It queues up in order to visit the king's office, dormitory, reception room, clothes room, attendant bedroom and so on. The royal style is at a glance. The whole journey is one-way, while walking listening to the guide, a large circle down is also very strenuous.
Versailles Palace is one of the famous palaces in Paris. It was listed as the World Cultural Heritage List in 1979. The Palace of Versailles was a French court for 107 years (1682-1789). It was not until 1833 that King Louis Phillip of the Orleans Dynasty ordered the restoration of the Palace of Versailles to be transformed into a museum of history. Versailles Palace is magnificent and magnificent. Its interior furnishings and decorations are full of artistic charm. More than 500 halls and halls are brilliant and luxurious everywhere. The Palace also displays precious works of art from all over the world. The Palace Museum is worth visiting.
Versailles Palace is one of the five palaces in the world (Beijing Palace Museum, Versailles Palace in France, Buckingham Palace in Britain, White House in the United States, Kremlin Palace in Russia). The area where Versailles Palace is located was formerly a forest and swamp wasteland. In 1624, King Louis XIII of France bought 117 acres of barren land at the price of 10,000 rifles and built a two-story red brick building here as a hunting palace. On the second floor, there are King's office, dormitory, reception room, clothing room, attendant bedroom and other rooms. On the first floor, there are furniture storage room and weapons storehouse. At that time, the palace had 26 rooms, and now it has 2300 rooms, 67 stairs and 5210 pieces of furniture. As a French court for 107 years (1682-1789). On October 6, 1789, Louis XVI was taken into the city of Paris by the people, and the history of Versailles Palace as a palace came to an end. During the horrors of the French Revolution, Versailles Palace was looted many times by the people. Furniture, murals, tapestries, chandeliers and furnishings were looted, and doors and windows of the palace were destroyed and demolished. In 1793, all the remaining works of art and furniture were transported to the Louvre. The Palace of Versailles was ruined for 40 years. It was not until 1833 that King Louis Phillip of the Orleans Dynasty ordered the Palace of Versailles to be restored to a museum of history.