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Don't just stay by the chateau and the gardens there, walk further into the estate and you will find more beautiful gardens and other buildings to walk round.
We found it was much pleasanter the further you got as less people ventured that far.
We visited in June 2012 & September 2013. Each time we had beautiful weather. Spent a day exploring the chateau and gardens, but really didn't touch the grandeur of the property. Enjoyed gardens near the chateau and ones near the trianons. Did our day on...More
Walking down from the palace toward the canal there are a number of hidden gardens. We did not have time to see them all but my favourite was the cascades garden.This was built to be used as a theatre garden with tiered seating and a...More
These gardens are gorgeous, however, be ready for lots of walking! You also have the option of renting a golf cart, and enjoying a boat ride in the lagoon. We will definitely try those options next time we visit.
The gardens designed for Louis XIV in 1661 created the benchmark for European gardens of that century. If you love gardens you might need to allow more than one day to visit everything. Even though you can hire a golf cart, bike or even a...More
I have been to a number of botanical gardens but this one particular garden was for a private residence. The Lord and the lady of the house has their own separate private gardens and a garden for the household. We are not talking about a...More