Versailles

Jul 25th, 2007, 10:09 PM
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Versailles

Question on The Forfait Loisirs pass to Versailles does it include transportation to and from versailles?

What Paris station can I actually buy this pass at?

Lastly, if transportation is included can I get free transportation from let say Pigalle station in Paris to RER C? Or do I have to buy another ticket for that?
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Jul 26th, 2007, 05:40 AM
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Jul 26th, 2007, 05:58 AM
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I cheated..I did a search here for 'forfait loisir" and found...


You can buy the Forfait at any Gare (Montparnasse, Lyon, etc.) or at any station on the RER C line that serves Versailles.


The Forfait Loisirs Château de Versailles is a reduced-price pass that offers:
- one return rail ticket (+ metro from Paris),
- one coupon for admission to the Château via the Pavillon Gabriel, with access to:
• the King’s and Queen’s State Apartments,
• the Dauphin’s Apartments, the heir to the throne,
• the Chapel and Louis XIV Galleries,
• The History of France Galleries,
• Marie-Antoinette's Estate - Grand Trianon, Petit Trianon,
• at weekends and french public holidays, the Mesdames’ Apartments, the Grandes Eaux Musicales show and the Coach museum.
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Jul 26th, 2007, 06:02 AM
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yes, the forfait loisir is a round-trip train ticket as well as a pass for Versailles. we got ours last spring at the st. michel metro and took the RERC from there. i doubt the pass would be retroactive before you actually bought it.

go to www.transilien.com for more info...
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Jul 26th, 2007, 10:21 AM
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Just wondering... Does the "Paris Museum Pass" cover all the same locations within Versailles as this pass would? We are planning to get the "Paris Museum Pass" and pay for the RER C ourselves. Does the Forfait Loisirs pass cover more area than we would be able to see with just the Musee pass? We will be visiting seven of the PMP locations so it will be put to good use. Just want to make sure we will have access all those areas at Versailles that are stated in the original post.

Thoughts anyone? What would be the best way to concur this?

Thanks!

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Jul 28th, 2007, 04:51 PM
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See the PMPPage: parismuseumpass.com/en/musees_infos_pratiques.php?musee_id=64
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