Walk into the footsteps of Claude Monet at Giverny with this tour including transportation from Paris, entrance tickets and audioguide to Monet's gardens and house, admission to the Museum of Impressionism and lunch at Les Nymphéas restaurant.
Get on board in central Paris for a 1.5-hour drive to reach Giverny. You'll be escorted to the entrance of the estate and given your audioguide (outdoors only). Nestled in the Giverny gardens, this residence is where Monet lived for the last 40 years of his life. Immerse yourself in Monet's world as you gaze upon the many paintings on display in the rooms of the house.
Walk through the gardens preserved in their original state and listen to the commentary on your audioguide. Stroll through the Clos Normand and its stunning paths and flower beds bursting with a thousand colors. Discover the water garden surrounded by majestic weeping willows and the Japanese bridge spanning the waterlily pond often immortalized in the artist's canvases.
At lunch, you'll head to the nearby restaurant Les Nymphéas and enjoy a traditional Norman meal.
In the afternoon, you'll visit the Museum of Impressionisms and its garden with colorful beds, aromatic plants, rose bushes, and a breathtaking poppy field.
At the end of the day, take time to walk through the village of Giverny and stop by the art galleries. At 3.30 pm, you'll enjoy a gourmet treat at an artisanal bakery located near the Sainte Radegonde Church and Monet's tomb.
Departure from Giverny around 5.15 pm and back to Paris around 6.45 pm.