Trip in Trott

Trip'In Trott

Explore Versailles in a new way with Trip'In Trott. The idea is to explore the grounds on all-terrain electric scooters (E-Scoot), a different and fun way to explore the best sites and hidden corners of the Sun King’s town.

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Trip'In Trott offers you accompanied rides on an electric 2-wheeler (E-Trott), a new open-air activity in the Paris Region that’s fun, different, innovative and totally eco-friendly. Try this original and fun experience with friends, with family, or for an event, less than 30 minutes from Paris.

Equipped with helmet, gloves and goggles, and after an introduction to driving the all-terrain electric scooter (age 12 upwards), explore, with your local guide, the charming streets of Versailles and its historic districts, or opt for the woodland paths! Meet artists, enthusiasts, or opt for sports activities supervised by professionals.

Special discovery "Plaine de Versailles

Trip'in trott invites you to discover the Plain of Versailles, a nature walk through the old hunting grounds of the Kings of France.
Starting from the Bourg de Rocquencourt, which saw the last battle won by the troops of the Emperor Napoleon, set off on the paths that will lead you to the allée Royale, in the continuity of the Grand Canal.
The E.trott will allow you to discover this plain, with the Ru de Gally passing through Rennemoulin and its washhouse.
A nature walk, in an agricultural and rural area. A breath of fresh air!

4 routes for a different way to explore Versailles

Head off to explore the Notre-Dame district, built at the behest of Louis XIV to embellish the approach to his palace. Here in this district, still very much prized by the inhabitants of Versailles today, we find the Church of Notre Dame, the Montansier Theatre, the Lambinet Museum, the famous antiquarian district whose fame has spread beyond France, and the Notre Dame market, one of the best in the region.

Taking you on a ride in the countryside, a woodland ride and a sightseeing tour, the Park & Grand Canal route immerses you in the great history of the Versailles estate. Head off to tackle the Petit Trianon and Grand Trianon, the domain of Queen Marie-Antoinette, the Grand Canal, the pièce d’eau des Suisses, and much more. The park and its immense vistas are a feast for the eyes!

The Saint-Louis district route, on the other hand, will take you to the famous Carrés Saint Louis, surrounded by their shops dating from the 18th century, as far as the big square with the cathedral, and will enable you to discover the charms of the Garden of the Étangs de Gobert, before a little detour through the trees. And in old Versailles, the Royal Tennis Court, scene of the Tennis Court Oath and closely associated with the French Revolution, is well worth stopping for.
Versailles is a royal and historic town, of course, but it also has the knack of reinventing itself, and nowadays many contemporary works of art are dotted around the town. With the Street Art trail, prepare to be surprised by the admirable work of Catherine Feff, Jean Sablé and CyKLop, as well as the monumental creations, unobtrusive or even hidden, of the Quai 36 collective, the Ecole d’Art Mural de Versailles, and the mysterious Emmanuel Braudeau. And if you look up, you’ll find yourself counting the Space Invader mosaics!
Whatever you choose, your profession
al local guide
will, throughout your tour, share with you all manner of historical insights and tell you a thousand and one stories. It’s a nicely-balanced mix of exercise and fresh air, culture and leisure!

There are a thousand and one ways of visiting the Paris Region. Our guide is there to help you find yours!

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1 Place de la Victoire
78150 Le Chesnay-Rocquencourt

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    All year round.



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    • French
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    1 Place de la Victoire
    78150 Le Chesnay-Rocquencourt

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