See the village that inspired the famous Impressionist painter Claude Monet and which was his home for more than 40 years until his death. During your visit, admire the gardens consisting of the Clos Normand flower garden, the Japanese bridge, and the Water Garden with its water lilies. Next, a self-guided tour of the house of Claude Monet and its various rooms which have been meticulously restored. Then, a pleasant breakfast awaits you at the restaurant Moulin de Fourges, located 10 minutes away from Giverny.
In the afternoon, discover the wonders of the Palace of Versailles and its gardens. Finally, explore the gardens of Versailles at your leisure and admire the many works of art, ornamental ponds, fountains, flowerbeds and groves along the paths of the Park.
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Agenda of your excursion :
What is included :
This tour is available only in English and Spanish.
The child price applies for children aged between 3 and 17 years old included.
Skip-the-line access to the Palace of Versailles is subject to certain constraints: the Plan Vigipirate, security controls or unexpected high visitor arrivals may exceptionally result in some waiting time.
Flat shoes are strongly recommended (wooden floors in the rooms and large paving stones in the courtyard at Versailles).
Pushchairs are not allowed in the palace.
Lentils and smoked haddock, salad
Chicken, potato puree
Homemade apple tart, fresh cream
1/4 bottle of red wine (white wine on request)
Carafe of water
Seasonal vegetable quiche and curly endive salad
Selection of cooked and raw seasonal vegetables
Apple tart (ice cream or cream)
*subject to change
Everyday except Monday
Departure at 8:15
Highly recommended for those travelers who are short on time. It really captures the essence of both Giverny and Versailles. It's a bit disappointing that we spent so little time at each site, especially the gardens of Versailles, and I wish we'd had less time for lunch.
Our guide, Mariela, made the trip the best it could be with her knowledge of history and art. My only complaint is that she seemed to be stretched too thin trying to be both an English and Spanish guide.
Better to say be at the meeting point 8am latest or even 7.45am, it took a long time to register everyone. Lunch was disappointing but maybe as we were a little late waiting for all attendees. Beautiful venue though!
Guides we’re brilliant, very knowledgeable & approachable