Claude Monet's gardens in Normandy with lunch in Giverny
Immerse yourself into Claude Monet's last residence and his water garden that he painted so many times for 40 years. Guided tour of the house and the gardens with its famous pond and waterlilies.
After exploring a hundred variety of flowers, let's have lunch at CAFE BAUDY in the village of Giverny, charming old hostel where American artists visited Monet in the early 1900's.
Before heading back to Paris, let's stop in La Roche-Guyon with its stunning view on the river Seine and its castle carved in the limestone hill.
From Paris, about 1 hour drive to Giverny, small picturesque village of Normandy where Claude Monet stayed for over 40 years. On the way, you will be driving through typical charming small villages in the countryside such as La Roche-Guyon overlooking the river Seine.
Around 1 hour 30 inside of Claude Monet's property.
Lunch break in Giverny.
Departure time from Giverny : 1. 00 pm
On the way back to Paris, stop by at La Roche-Guyon with a stunning view on the river Seine.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Address or Intersection upon Traveler's request, Airport, Cruise Ship Port, Hotel, Monument/Building upon Traveler's request, Rail or Bus Station
End location: Address or Intersection upon Traveler's request, Airport, Cruise Ship Port, Hotel, Monument/Building upon Traveler's request, Rail or Bus Station
Duration: 6 hours
air-conditioned minibus Viano Mercedes Benz (up to 6 people)
Estimated Local Cash Needed
100 euros - food and beverage
Average cost for lunch : 30€ per person
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IT was at Marie's suggestion that we went to Giverny. Was a highlight of a trip. Highly recommend Marie and her driver, Phillipe.