Versailles to CDG Airport Transfers

The Palace of Versailles is one of the most stately and attractive tourist destinations in Paris and its surroundings, and it is well worth a visit. If you are planning to return home via Charles de Gaulle airport after spending a delightful and charming holiday at this magnificent landmark, you will unquestionably want hassle-free and pleasant transport to take you to the airport terminal with all of your bags and children. Pre-booking your private shuttle with the vehicle of your choice, from a fleet of Micros for two up to a 19-seater bus, would be the most direct, fastest, and most convenient method to ensure that you get to the terminal securely and on schedule. You can count on us to get you from Versailles to Paris' Charles de Gaulle Airport in style and comfort. Meet and greet services and flight tracking are included in every transfer. The costs shown on this page are all-inclusive and not subject to negotiation. Simply choose the day and time of your pick-up, mention all the other extra necessities in the remarks, select a payment option, and your chauffeur will be waiting for you at the hotel door with all of your requirements at no extra cost!

Transfer Options Comparison

  • By Taxi

    Taxis are the most convenient and fastest mode of transport between Versailles and Charles de Gaulle Airport. The journey will take around 45 minutes to get to the airport. You only have to reserve your desired vehicle ahead of time, and your driver will meet you at the hotel's front door and provide you with prompt and comfortable transport to the airport.

  • By Train

    Paris CDG Airport (CDG) is around 52 kilometers away from Versailles, and the train ride takes approximately 1 hour and 20 minutes. A direct train from Versailles to Paris CDG Airport, on the other hand, is not available.

  • Transfer

    There is no direct bus service between Charles de Gaulle International Airport and Versailles, either, as there is with railways. Transit is required for your journey. If you don't mind spending more than an hour and a half on the road, this is the right approach.