Rendez-vous at the National estate of Saint-Cloud
Historical park and garden of the former royal and imperial residence
Once a privilege of Philippe d’Orléans, the younger brother of Louis XIV, the National estate of Saint-Cloud (Paris Ile-de-France) no longer boasts a Château, which was destroyed in a fire in 1870, but still offers 460 hectares of gardens, park and woodland which represent one of the best examples of a classical garden. Designed by Le Nôtre, it is also one of the most attractive parks to be found in the outer Paris area.
Site with the "Outstanding Garden" label.
- Site accessible to people with reduced mobility with assistance
- Unaccompanied tour with guide booklet: French
- Guided tour: French
- Lecture tour: French, English
- On the main road between Paris and Versailles - 3 km to the west of Paris and 6 km from Versailles
- From Paris: Porte de Saint-Cloud, then D907
- From Versailles: D985
Domaine national de Saint-Cloud