Wander through the ornate halls of Versailles

Versailles & Giverny with Guide

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See true treasures - Claude Monet´s Giverny and the Palace at Versailles!


  • Visit Claude Monet´s lovely gardens at Giverny
  • Take a guided tour of the gilded splendor of the palace at Versailles
  • Enjoy lunch on the banks of the Epte river in the French countryside


  • Guided Tours of Versailles and Giverny
  • Lunch
  • Applicable Admissions
  • Entrance tickets for the Gardens of the palace


  • Optional Gratuities

Please Note

  • Nearest metro : Pyramides/Palais Royal (Lines 1,7 & 14).
  • During the summer months when the fountains are running (April 2 - October 27: Saturdays, Sundays, Tuesdays, special events and French bank holidays) and Musical Gardens show (April 2 - May 14, July 2 - Oct 29: Tuesdays).
  • Tour not available on May 1st.
  • English ans Spanish visit daily.
  • Visit in Japanese on Wednesday and Saturday.

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Jul 03 2017
Not enough time at Versailles Lunch was adorable
Jul 18 2016
I loved Giverny; it was actually a let down to see the gardens at Versailles afterwards. I know there is never enough time when you go in a group and I will definitely go to Versailles on my own if I'm ever back in Paris!
Feb 16 2016
Feb 16 2016
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No trip to Paris is complete without a quick jaunt outside the city to see the incredible palace at Versailles and Claude Monet’s gardens at Giverny. On this tour, you’ll first head to the gardens to enjoy their wide variety of flowers and plants—they look exactly like they did during Monet’s heyday, and inspired much of his art. His famous Water Lilies painting is actually on display in his private studio.

Your beautiful and relaxing morning will continue with a delicious lunch and scenic views of the French Countryside at Moulin de Fourges, a restaurant located a few minutes away on the banks for the Epte river.

Spend your afternoon on a guided tour of Versailles. The ornate palace will stun you with its splendor as you see the royal apartments, the Hall of Mirrors and the queens apartments. You’ll have free time after learning the impressive palace’s history to tour the perfectly manicured gardens spreading out behind Versailles.