The Ultimate Guide to Seine River Cruises in Paris


Versailles & Seine: The Best of France in One Package

Versailles & Seine The Best of France in One Package

Two of France’s most popular attractions are the Palace of Versailles and the Seine River Cruise and for those looking to experience both of these must-see attractions, a combination package is now available, offering convenience and cost savings.

Here is everything you need to know about this deal:

Versailles Palace & Seine Cruise: The Ultimate Paris Experience

This great combination package offers visitors a convenient and cost-effective way to experience two of France’s most popular attractions: the Palace of Versailles and a Seine River Cruise by Bateaux Mouches. By purchasing this deal, customers can save an average of €8.00 compared to buying the tickets separately.

The package includes timed entrance to the Palace of Versailles, granting access to all rooms inside the palace, as well as the stunning Gardens, the Estate of Trianon, the Queen’s Hamlet, and the Coach Gallery (on weekends). Visitors can explore the palace and its surroundings at their own pace, with the option to download a free interactive app to enhance their experience.

In addition to the Palace of Versailles, this deal also includes a 1-hour and 10-minute Seine River Cruise by Bateaux Mouches. During the cruise, passengers can enjoy audio commentary in 8 languages (Chinese, English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish) and receive a route map available in 25 languages.

The package, which cost €44 per person and can be bought with “Tiqets” website here, is 100% digital, allowing customers to easily book their visits online and receive their tickets via email. The Palace of Versailles ticket does not allow for rescheduling, while the Seine River Cruise ticket can be rescheduled until 23:59 on the day before the visit.

To reach the Palace of Versailles, visitors can take the RER Line C to Versailles-Château-Rive Gauche, SNCF trains from Montparnasse Station to Versailles-Chantiers, or SNCF trains from Saint-Lazare Station to Versailles-Rive Droite. Paid car parks are available both inside and outside the estate, with free access for disabled visitors’ vehicles upon presentation of supporting documents.

This combination deal provides a hassle-free way for visitors to experience two of France’s most iconic attractions while saving money compared to purchasing the tickets separately.

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