Wander through the gardens that inspired Monet

Visit of Giverny & Auvers s/Oise - Small Group Minibus

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WHY YOU SHOULD GO

Walk in the footsteps of Claude Monet and Vincent Van Gogh as you discover Giverny and Auvers-sur-Oise in a small group minibus

Highlights

  • Giverny
  • Auvers-Sur-Oise
  • Musee Des Impressionnismes Giverny

Inclusions

  • Roundtrip Paris Hotel Transfers
  • Small Group Driver/Guide
  • Admission to Monet’s Home and Gardens
  • Admission to Musée des Impressionnismes Giverny
  • Lunch at Moulin de Fourges (Drinks Included)
  • Admission to Auvers sur Oise
  • Admission to Auberge Ravoux (Van Gogh’s Bedroom)
  • All Admissions

Exclusions

  • Optional Gratuities

Please Note

  • Tour must be reserved at least 3 days prior to departure.
  • Children 3 years old and under are free. However seat reservation is required and accepted under certain special conditions.
  • Private tour daily except on Monday, Tuesday and March 25th.

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Feb 19 2016
Excellent guide,very full, fascinating day. Worth every penny!
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ITINERARY

Pay homage to Vincent van Gogh and Claude Monet on this full-day small group tour to Giverny and Auvers-sur-Oise. Also enjoy a wonderful countryside lunch at the 250-year-old water-wheel mill Moulin de Fourges. It was in Giverny that Monet indulged his love of nature in his painting, gardening and photography; he lived there from 1883 until his death in 1926.

Discover Monet’s famous water-lily pond with its Japanese bridge, one of his primary sources of inspiration. Thousands of American painters came to France to discover new art trends and many of them studied at Giverny. Browse the new Giverny Impressionism Museum to see many works of art created in this classic style.

Next, enjoy a beautiful countryside lunch at the quaint 250-year-old Moulin de Fourges, an old water-wheel mill erected by the builders of the Queen’s Hamlet near Versailles. This charming riverside icon, well-known to anglers, painters and gourmets, emanates serenity and harmony to this day. Then spend the afternoon in Auvers-sur-Oise.

Take a guided tour of the village where Vincent Van Gogh created nearly 70 of his famous paintings and where he lived the last hundred days of his life. You’ll see Van Gogh’s bedroom at Auberge Ravoux.