At the eastern end of the Grand Canal, the Bassin d'Apollon was built in 1688. Emerging from the water in the centre is Apollo's...
In the middle of the park, approximately 1.5km northwest of the main building within the Domaine de Marie-Antoinette are Versailles'...
Within the Domaine de Marie-Antoinette and much smaller than the Grand Trianon, the ochre-coloured Petit Trianon, built in the 1760s,...
Eateries within the Versailles estate include tearoom Angelina, famed for its decadent hot chocolate. Stop by for pastries, light dishes...
Château de Versailles · interesting places nearby
Grand Canal information
Oriented to reflect the sunset, the Grand Canal, 1.6km long and 62m wide, is traversed by the 1km-long Petit Canal, creating a cross-shaped body of water with a perimeter of more than 5.5km.