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Paris Versailles itinerary by bike for a memorable excursion

For a royal ride, prefer a bicycle to a horse 🐎

Still wondering what’s the best way to get from Paris to the Palace of Versailles?
Choosing a bike isn’t just a mode of transport, it’s a state of mind that says YES to adventure!
One day’s rental of an electric bike for the tour, and off you go.

Let’s go! Let me guide you on this superb 30-kilometer bike ride and add it to your TODO during your stay in Paris.
For the best experience, set off relatively early in the morning, so you can enjoy the peace and quiet and pedal at your own pace. Our route between Paris and the Château de Versailles is a bit of a trot! But don’t worry, whether you’re an experienced or occasional cyclist, this route is accessible to all. Opt for our electrically-assisted bike for a comfortable, leisurely ride. Especially for those who want to save energy on arrival! What’s more, this option is ideal for enjoying a bike ride with the whole family. By attaching a child seat to the back of the bike, everyone can enjoy the ride! Our electric bike, the Power 1, is particularly well-suited, offering a 60 km range that will cover both trips.

Here is the link to reserve your electric bike – Hire an electric bike 👉

For the cycle route between Paris and Versailles, we suggest a bike ride along the Véloscénie. The long-distance cycle route from Paris to Mont Saint-Michel


Rentabikeparis awaits you for the departure towards your first step: Place de la Catalogne 🚴‍♂️💨

  • To get started, meet us in the heart of Paris. We’ll equip you, double-check the itinerary together and head for the majestic Notre-Dame de Paris cathedral. Then it’s on to the lively streets of the city center, up to the Montparnasse Tower, to reach the Place de Catalogne, where the coulée verte begins.

Cycle the coulée verte south from Paris to Massy 🌿

  • You can start your journey with complete peace of mind on the coulée verte in southern Paris. Twelve kilometers of pure escape await you on this mixed-use route! This urban greenway is shared between pedestrians and cyclists, who cohabit quite well! It offers calm, greenery and shady areas for short breaks. This greenway offers a safe, well-marked cycle route, so you don’t have to worry about where you’re going. Markers show you where you are along the bike path.

Domaine départemental de Sceaux: A magical break on your bike tour ☀️

  • This stretch passes through parks and gardens and will leads to the Domaine départemental de Sceaux. A haven of peace with an immense park where it’s good to enjoy yourself and take a break. Take a bike ride, stop for a picnic and soak up the tranquility.

Towards Bièvres: Continue your adventure on the Véloscénie

  • Returning to the Véloscénie, your itinerary will take you through the Essonne department. Expect to be amazed in Bièvres, home to Victor Hugo’s Maison Littéraire! A sumptuous residence surrounded by 11 hectares of magnificent parkland, where the famous poet and writer spent his vacations. You can stop by to discover it, and enjoy a cup of coffee in the on-site tearoom! Here’s the exact address: 45 Rue de Vauboyen 91570 Bievre.

The final stage: Cycle to Versailles and explore the Château

  • Just ten kilometers separate you from the majestic town of Versailles and its emblematic castle. Get back on track and ride through Jouy-en-Josas to the Versailles Chantiers train station, before admiring the golden gates of the château. Well done, you’re all set to enjoy the sights and your program 🙂
    Versailles palace:

Detailed cycling itinerary from Paris to Versailles

Now that the itinerary and motivation are done, it’s time to get down to business! Join us at 20 Rue Greneta, 75002 Paris for this superb tourist bike itinerary from Paris to Versailles 🤙

The return route

You have two options when it comes to choosing your return route:

You can reither take a more direct route by bike by asking for your itinerary on google map, or decide that was enough and go to Versailles chantier station to catch the train to Paris Montparnasse, which will take you back in just 30 minutes.



Ride on 🚴🏻‍♂️

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