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King Louis XIV held France’s court and government in Versailles, making it the unofficial kingdom capital until his death in 1715. A rich history of prosperity, luxury and grandeur has survived ever since and is very evident in all that is found in Versailles today. Only 21 kilometres southwest of France’s capital city in the Ile-de-France region, Versailles is a much greener alternative to Paris but it boasts similarly stunning architecture, history and culture. Famed for its breath-taking Chateau de Versailles, a UNESCO Word Heritage Site, the city attracts a large number of tourists all year round.
On the back of its rich political history, The Congress of France (the French Parliament, National Assembly and the Senate) meets in this location to vote on important revisions to the Constitution. Despite its ancient heritage, Versailles’ amenities and activities are far from outdated, making it the perfect destination for a standalone holiday or a stopover en route to other European destinations.