From Giverny waterlilies to Versailles golden Hall of Mirrors
A full day guided tour from Paris to Giverny and Versailles.
Departure around 9am to reach Giverny around 10am, to revive the birth and story of the Impressionism, through the visit of Monet charming house and flowery gardens,
The Guided tour of the Monet House will allow you to revive his daily life through the original furnished rooms, and marvellous gardens, filled with ponds and waterlilies.
Walk in the picturesque village of Giverny to discover the church and grave of Monet's family followed by a rest for lunch in the Baudy's Restaurant, ancient family guest house discovered by American artists friends of Monet.
Departure from Giverny at 2 pm to reach Versailles after an approximate 45mn drive.
A full Guided tour of the Great Appartments, Hall of Mirrors, skipping the line VIP tickets. will introduce you in the fabulous History of the Castle, its long lasting construction by Louis XIVth, through the magnificent furnished rooms witnesses of the daily life of three kings and queens of France.
From your Hotel, drive on the motorway A 13, through Pont de St Cloud, on the road to Normandy, up to Vernon and Giverny.
Drive back from Giverny to Versailles on the A 13 Motorway
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Hotel, Address or Intersection
End Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Hotel, Address or Intersection
Duration: 8 hours
No supplement in case of traffic
Transport will be carried with a comfortable air conditioned Mercedes Viano, with a capacity for up to 6 persons, guide included.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
25 euros - For lunch and drinks
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Patricia was perfect! Her knowledge and experience are remarkable. Unfortunately, we were in Paris during one of the train strikes, so traffic was abysmal. Patricia made the time fly as she told about everything we drove by — it almost made my thankful for the slow traffic. I highly recommend Patricia if you want the history of Paris and it's environs to come alive. She's extraordinary.