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We recommend taking the train from London St Pancras Eurostar to Paris Nord, which is the fastest option and takes around 3h 33m.
The cheapest way to get from King's Cross Station to Château de Versailles is to drive and car ferry which costs £60 - £95 and takes 6h 7m.More details
The quickest way to get from King's Cross Station to Château de Versailles is to train which costs £100 - £300 and takes 3h 33m.More details
No, there is no direct train from King's Cross Station to Château de Versailles. However, there are services departing from London St Pancras Eurostar and arriving at VERSAILLES RIVE GAUCHE Château de Versailles via Paris Nord and St Michel Nd Rer C. The journey, including transfers, takes approximately 3h 33m.More details
The distance between King's Cross Station and Château de Versailles is 343 km.
The best way to get from King's Cross Station to Château de Versailles without a car is to train which takes 3h 33m and costs £100 - £300.More details
It takes approximately 3h 33m to get from King's Cross Station to Château de Versailles, including transfers.More details
King's Cross Station to Château de Versailles train services, operated by Eurostar, depart from London St Pancras Eurostar station.More details
The quickest flight from London Heathrow Airport to Paris CDG Airport is the direct flight which takes 1h 10m.Search flights
Château de Versailles is 1h ahead of King's Cross Station. It is currently 9:06 AM in King's Cross Station and 10:06 AM in Château de Versailles.
King's Cross Station to Château de Versailles train services, operated by Eurostar, arrive at Paris Nord station.More details
Air France and British Airways offer flights from London Heathrow Airport to Paris CDG Airport.Search flights
There are 4105+ hotels available in Château de Versailles. Prices start at 87€ per night.More details
The best way to get from King's Cross Station to London Heathrow Airport is to subway which takes 56 min and costs £5 - £7.More details
Transilien is a suburban rail network operated by SNCF that departs from major Paris train stations and connects the Ile de France region. Transilien operates the following lines: RER A, B, C, D, and E; Transilien trains H, J, K, L, N, P, R and U; Tram 4 and 11 Express; and the Noctilien night bus. Tickets and passes can be purchased from ‘Ile-de-France’ ticket machines and desks in train, Metro and RER stations.
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