The Park of Chateau de Versailles
Grand Trianon of Chateau de Versailles
) The Love Temple and Hameau de la Reine of Chateau de Versailles
Chateau de Versailles – Chateau
A nice public park beyond the Garden of Versaille by the canal (thus the name). A great place to visit for some time on the water or to get a snack.
There are so many people in the palace, long line to enter inside there. So I gave up it, just looked around there.
Versailles, just outside of Paris offers an insight into the life of Aristrocracy before the French Revolution. Louis XIV's extravagant palace is one of the best in Europe.
Go to Versailles. Go into 'The Hall Of Battles', or 'Hall Of Victories', can't remember it's exact name. Ask the curator where the picture of 'Waterloo' is? :-)
Versailles Chateau is a luxurious palaces. Inside the buildings you can find many decorative and glorious rooms. It has also a big park with the artificial style.
A short train ride outside Paris is the Palace and gardens of Versailles. Starting in 1668 with his father's hunting lodge, Louis XIV built this, the largest palace in Europe (See travelogue)
Make sure to see the Gardens which are spread out over 250 acres. Don't miss the water fountains and music outside.