Discover the the world of Claude Monet visiting his home and gardens in Giverny, just a few hours from Paris.
Meet us for departure at 8.15am or 1.45pm near the Louvre and get on board for a 1.5-hour ride through the green landscapes of Normandy to reach the village of Giverny.
Upon arrival, our hostess will lead you to the home of Claude Monet to start the visit. You'll discover his private apartment and learn more about the daily life of this master of impressionism. You'll visit his reading room the “blue salon”, and the dining room which houses the largest collection of Japanese stamps in the world. He lived here for 43 years, and it was his favorite place to paint.
Then, stroll into the gardens of Giverny and dive into the world of impressionism. Claude Monet designed his garden himself and turned it into a work-of-art that inspired the great part of his works. You'll cross the Clos Normand with numerous flowerbeds, you'll cross the water garden and its pond of water lilies that inspired the famous Waterlilies of Monet and the Japanese bridge, covered with wisteria.
At the end of your exploration, you'll board the coach to get back to Paris.