Giverny with Claude Monet's Home & Gardens Tour

Giverny with Claude Monet's Home & Gardens Tour

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Giverny with Claude Monet's Home & Gardens Tour

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Enjoy an afternoon visit to Claude Monet’s home and gardens

Enjoy an afternoon visit to Claude Monet’s home and gardens. Inspired by the beauty and peace of the colorful Giverny countryside, Monet settled here in 1883 and stayed for the rest of his life

Free Cancellation Fully refundable when canceled up to 24 hours prior to departure
5 Hours Duration of experience
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Experience

  • Transportation from Paris by luxury air-conditioned coach.
  • Free time of Monet’s house and studio then free time in the gardens.
  • Discover the splendid garden of Giverny.
  • Admire the works of the Impressionists.

  • Round Trip transportation by luxury coach from Paris.
  • Entrance ticket to Giverny (gardens and house).
  • Guided tour of the gardens.
  • Entrance ticket (priority access).
  • Service of a licensed guide.

  • CONTENT HAS CHANGED, PLEASE CONTACT OUR SALES REPRESENTATIVE FOR UPDATES***
  • Giverny is a lovely tiny village.
  • The collection of Japanese engravings inside Monet's home is one of the most important in the world.
  • Excellent souvenir shop with a wide range of reproductions of Monet's paintings, crockery, table sets (dominant in Monet's favourite blue and yellow colours) and even a range of flower seeds.

Giverny, a quaint village in Normandy, attracted many Impressionist painters in the 19th century; they followed the lead of the movement’s founder, ... See more
Highlights
  • Transportation from Paris by luxury air-conditioned coach.
  • Free time of Monet’s house and studio then free time in the gardens.
  • Discover the splendid garden of Giverny.
  • Admire the works of the Impressionists.
Includes
  • Round Trip transportation by luxury coach from Paris.
  • Entrance ticket to Giverny (gardens and house).
  • Guided tour of the gardens.
  • Entrance ticket (priority access).
  • Service of a licensed guide.
Essential Information
  • CONTENT HAS CHANGED, PLEASE CONTACT OUR SALES REPRESENTATIVE FOR UPDATES***
  • Giverny is a lovely tiny village.
  • The collection of Japanese engravings inside Monet's home is one of the most important in the world.
  • Excellent souvenir shop with a wide range of reproductions of Monet's paintings, crockery, table sets (dominant in Monet's favourite blue and yellow colours) and even a range of flower seeds.
Itinerary
Giverny, a quaint village in Normandy, attracted many Impressionist painters in the 19th century; they followed the lead of the movement’s founder, Claude Monet, who lived there for 43 years.

You will visit the Master’s house where the spectacular colors and enchanting garden were designed like a work of art.

You will be dazzled by the flowerbeds and plants, and you will sense the artist’s emotions in front of the famous water lilies and weeping willows in the ... See more
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Customer Reviews

4.0
based on 6 verified reviews
Sep 26 2022
We took two tours with Gray Line during our trip to Paris- Monet Giverny and Versailles Palace. Both were excellent! Tour guides organized and entertaining! I would highly recommend if you want simple and easy access to highlights near Paris!
a Gray Line customer
Jun 16 2022
We could not hear any commentary while on the bus to Giverny. Problem with Audio system??
a Gray Line customer
Jul 18 2017
it's not ParisVision's fault, but Giverny has become a real zoo since our last visit a few years ago.
Mr Galen Griffin
Feb 17 2016
Loved seeing the home and wandering the grounds and the waterlily pond.
a Gray Line customer
Feb 16 2016
It was very, very crowded. I would not recommend it because it was not enjoyable with so many people walking round that pond. And going into the house was even worse. Another thing is that there isn't enough washrooms for the crowds that go to the home and gardens. The washroom situation was disgusting. I found it hard to believe that there were so few washroom facilities and no toilet paper and the floors were wet. I would not go there again.
Ursula

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