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There is an unusual and upscale souvenir boutique worth going to as well as a famous restaurant across the boutique. Don't miss the little garden with many blooming flowers, this is a very peaceful place.
We figured this place to be informative and educational, to learn about history of perfume whileq sampling the aromas and scents.
But what it actually is is a lame little museum where most of the buttons to "click" have run out of perfume, a little,...More
walking around on Jan 1st was a bit empty, cold and sad, but it's probably better when perfums shops are open. For sure, they did a good job of setting up a (small) green area with different kind of aromatic plants.
Sometimes you go to Versailles just to see the chateau and well... by far that's one of the most important things to see in Versailles and in France but it's also nice to go and see other things in this lovely city, and one of...More
If you have more than 1 day in Versailles you should visit Cours des Senteurs which is close to the Palace of Versailles. Recently constructed, it is a haven where you can avoid the crowds and smell the roses. The main entry from Rue de...More
La Cour des Senteurs (the courtyard of fragrances), is tucked away just a stone's throw from the Versailles palace. It is a new urban garden with various varieties of roses and other fragrant plants. In one area, there is a Guerlain perfume shop (very classy)...More
on the left hand side of the busy Chateau Versaille is the"Cour Des Senteur" - a quiet heaven away from the crowd. Had lunch in the Lenotre Restaurant. FIRST CLASS. Very good service and delcious gourmet food. Had for a bottle of 375 ml Chablis...More