Discover the inspiration for Monet’s Impressionist paintings on a 5-hour tour of the artist’s gardens in Giverny. Transfer from Paris to the beautiful home where Claude Monet lived for the last 40 years of his life, stroll in the Flower Garden, and more.
What to Expect
Explore the beautiful village and home in Upper Normandy where the Impressionist artists, Claude Monet spent the last 40 years of his life. Visit the charming village of Giverny, and discover why it proved such a source of inspiration for Impressionist artists.
Following your transfer from Paris, look inside the house where Monet lived and worked. Set within an exquisite valley of the River Seine, the gardens and surroundings formed a great part of the subject matter for his paintings after he moved there in 1883.
Once your have seen the rooms where the artist lived with his family, stroll through 2 unique gardens that Monet designed and modified throughout his life. See more than 100 different types of flowers, and intertwined foliage in Monet’s Flower Garden.
Then, feel as if you have stepped into one of his paintings in the Japanese Garden. Go to the lake full of water lilies, and getter a better appreciation of why Monet used this garden as the inspiration for over 250 of his paintings.
- English-speaking guide
- Audio guide (when needed)
- Transportation by minibus
Know Before You Go
• Tours run rain or shine