Grand Hotel de L'Avenue Paris

14 rue Rampon, 11th Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75011, France
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Train to Versailles

by FraMauro

How can I get to Versailles from Pyramides/Tuileries/Palais Royal Musee du Louvre. Any of these stations is ok since I am staying close to Pyramides and walking distance to the other two.

Are 4-5 hrs. enough time. Will all the part of the palace be open tomorrow?


Re: Train to Versailles

by puerto_lover

Best to look up your precise journey on :

Go to destination "Versailles-Rive Gauche - RER"

Versailles web site:

Palace and gardens open tomorrow.

Re: Train to Versailles

by FraMauro

I tried the site before, but it does not let me choose Versailles as the destination (red flag).

Re: Train to Versailles

by Mikebb

Hi, when we visited the Palace Versailles in 2007 we went to the metro station in the Latin Quarter. The ticket office sold us the ticket and informed us where to change trains. The trip took approx 40 minutes and we had a wonderful day.

We we arrived we saw a notice outside the station re Versailles Entrance tickets. We purchased our tickets there, then walked for 10 minutes to the Palace(follow the crowd) and walked through the entrance gates whilst the majority of people lined up to buy entrance tickets.

Recommend you purchase the Palace tour plus Garden ticket. Photos on my Paris page. Note when we visited the fountains only run for specific times, around midday and 3pm, we stayed for both.

Good Luck,

Travel Tips for Paris

Huge spaces

by antoanellarom

I was impressed by how huge the things are - Champ Elysee, L`Eiffel, Le Tuileries, Louvre
When you see them in photos or even at TV you intellectualy realize they are big but only when you are in front of them they overwhelm you
It is a feeling which can be gained only through experience

Living on Seine

by grishaV1

It's quite popular but expensive to live in a houseboat or yacht on the Seine River. In one of my favorite television shows of all-time, Highlander-The Series, Duncan MacLeod lived in a yacht this way. Btw the European version of the series was much better than the one they edit for North American television!

Bateaux Mouches

by Imbi

This is the name given to tourist boats which ply the Seine. Literally translated it means the ``fly boats''. The name probably comes from the district of Lyon - ``La mouche'' - the place where such boats were commonplace before they were in Paris.
Others claim the name comes from one of the companies (``Bateaux-Mouches'') owning these tourist boats, and named after its owner/founder: Mouche. There are of course other companies proposing boat tours of Paris: ``Vedettes du Pont Neuf'' and ``Bateaux Parisiens Tour Eiffel'' but Bateaux Mouches has come to mean all such tourist boats in general.

Try to speak the French...

by kuff

Try to speak the French language. Most people were very friendly when we began speaking and they helped with the rest. Careful of their gestures like the sniffing of a girl's hair, still don't know what it means but I'm sure not so positive. Also, watch out on the Metro for pick pockets especially little kids in groups they try to create a panick and go through your coats and pants. We did not lose anything but sent a scare into the kids.

Packing List

by Brit_girl

Backpacks or a suitcase. Summer - cool clothes, shorts, skirts, T-shirts, tops, trainers and evening wear.

Winter - normal clothes such as jeans, trousers, tops and evening wear. Also take a few cooler clothes just in case the weather gets a bit warmer. Whatever you usually use. But during the summer months take a high factor sun-cream and after sun. Camera, film and batteries. Umbrella and a walkman.


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