We had spent the day visiting Versailles and saw the church steeple as we were at lunch. After lunch, we walked to the church to visit. It is a beautiful church with very few people in the church. Well worth the visit.
I agree with the other reviewer's, but it's all relative. Not a crazy gorgeous cathedral, we had just seen Notre Dame L'Epine), but we went Sunday after dinner and attended mass (We are Catholic). The sight (evening sun through stained glass), sound (singing by priest & choir), and even smell (incense) made it an awesome experience. We do not speak... 更多
Walking around the Saint Louis quartier, you can reach this big church, worth a quick visit (big also inside, perhaps a bit "cold")
Impressive, but not a must-see. The Paris area does not have that many churches of the period, and the chathédrale was built but an archictect of the great Mansart family. But, if that makes it beautiful and impressive, it is not a 5* must-see landmark
Versailles is a sprawling town. L'avenue de Paris leads straight down to the main entrance of the castle, by far the most popular attraction, followed by the right bank of the avenue with its famous market place, Notre Dame Cathedral , L'Espace Richaud, 2 multisalle cinemas, a theatre and the antique district . The less touristic part of town is... 更多
I stopped in the cathedral during my visit to Versailles. While the church does have a certain beauty about it, it's much smaller than most cathedrals in France that I've seen. It was constructed in the 18th century at the behest of Louis XV. There are some paintings and stained glass windows that are interesting to see. It's really in... 更多