GIVERNY TOUR

GIVERNY & CLAUDE MONET

Visit the Monet”s house

OUR BEST TOURS : SMALL GROUP WITH PICK-UP

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Giverny & Monet | Half Day Small Group Tour with Hotel Pick-up
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Discover Claude Monet’s beautiful house and garden in the French town of Giverny. This visit is always a treat, as colors in the gardens change depending on the season. Whether in full bloom or in autumn, it will always be a sight to behold. Spend your time in the French countryside at Giverny and amber through the gardens that inspired Claude Monet’s famous Water Lilies. Visit the master of impressionism’s house and gardens at your own pace and stroll through the streets of this pretty little town. Claude Monet lived there for forty-three years, from 1883 to 1926.

6 hours | English
From 99.00 €

Versailles & Giverny | Full Day with Hotel Pick up

Visit two iconic French destinations in a single day on this shared transfer tour from Paris to Versailles to Giverny. Meet your driver in the morning at your Paris hotel, and travel in an air-conditioned minivan through the scenic French countryside. First, skip the lines at the Palace with your priority access, and embark on a guided tour of the jaw-dropping estate, home to generations of French monarchs. Learn about its history as you walk through opulent salons, royal apartments and the breathtaking French-style gardens. Pursue your visit with the charming town of Giverny, home to Claude Monet.

8 hours (transfer time included) | English
From 229 €

OUR BEST TOURS : PRIVATE GROUP WITH PICK-UP

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Giverny & Monet | Half Day Private Tour with Hotel Pick-up

Start your journey with a private pick-up from your Paris hotel or apartment in a luxury minivan which will take you to the beautiful and quaint village of Giverny, flooded under a cascade of flowers, where famous impressionist painter Claude Monet lived for the last forty years of his life. During the drive, you can enjoy the beautiful green and lush landscapes of the French countryside. Start your visit with Claude Monet’s home, where you can catch a glimpse of the master of impressionism’s daily life and discover the gardens that inspired his most famous work.

6 hours | English
From 499 €

OTHERS TOURS

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Giverny and Auvers sur Oise | Full Day | Small Group / Private

Small Group and Private tours. Our small group and private tours will take you on a day’s trail, following in the footsteps of the Impressionist painters Vincent Van Gogh and Claude Monet through the wonderful and charming villages of Giverny and Auvers sur Oise. Explore Monet’s house, studio, and magnificent gardens, as well as the village and guest house where Van Gogh spent the last days of his life. In the company of your guide, soak up the world of these prodigious painters and explore the places where they lived, ...

9.5 hours (transfer time included) | English
From 209 €

Discover the Impressionnist painter

Village of Giverny

Giverny is a beautiful little village at 75km far from Paris. It’s name sounds immediately as the cradle of the Impressionism and kept a moving authenticity. Flooded under the waterfalls of flowers, Giverny imposes its style and whispers its history.

Claude Monet noticed the village of Giverny while looking out of a train window. He made up his mind to move there and so he rented a house in the area surrounding it. In 1890 he had enough money Monet decided to buy the house and land nearby to create the magnificent gardens he wanted to paint. Monet embellishes the garden by crashing flowers which quickly grown and can inspire him. In ecstasy in front of this most idyllic place he will write to his friend Duret : “I am in the delight, Giverny is a magnificent country for me”. Developing his talent for gardening, he is given more and more personality to the place so that his paintings can reflect his state of mind. Giverny will become his intimate garden. Some of his famous paintings “Glycines”, “Coin de l’étang à Giverny”, “Nymphéas” and more, were inspired by his garden in Giverny. He had made a real art work of his garden starting from scratch. ..