Half-Day Trip to Giverny from Paris
- Skip the line
- Duration: 5 hours
- Optional audio guide
Enjoy a half-day trip to the former home of Claude Monet, one of the most famous painters of French Impressionism. Located in the tiny hamlet of Giverny on the banks of the River Seine, 50 miles west of Paris, the house and gardens were bequeathed to the Académie des Beaux-Arts by his son in 1966. They were opened as a public museum in 1980 following large-scale restoration work. Depending on the option you choose, your tour will either be guided, audio guided or at your own leisure. Depart Paris and travel by comfortable air-conditioned coach. As there is no direct public transport to Giverny, this is the ideal way to get there. You will drive via the western districts of Paris and take the Normandy motorway as far as Bonnières. After crossing the River Seine at Vernon, continue to Giverny through the wooded plateaus of Eure. Giverny attracted several Impressionist painters in the 19...
Would have given a five star if not so busy. Well worth the cost. However, due to the crowds and long lines, not as enjoyable as hoped.
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A pleasant and interesting outing, the duration well suited, the description reflects the reality of the product. The guide is very enthusiastic and the visit also leaves freedom.
the garden is well cared for and I was lucky enough to see the water lilies in bloom. the routes to visit the house are clear and the staff were efficient. I highly recommend it
Wonderful place for lovers of Impressionism and Monet. Very friendly guides. Very comfortable coach. Lacked time to visit the Museum and the Church and tomb
Education, professionalism, and knowledge of the team that led us to Giverny was EXCEPTIONAL !!!!! Nothing to add!!!
It's amazing the place, Monet's house, his park, very good experience