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Giverny - Monet's Home and Gardens

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Trip at a Glance

  • Company

    Traveling In Style

  • Locations

    Normandy, France

  • Activities

    Garden Tour, Museum Tour, Sightseeing

  • Price
    €280 EUR per trip
  • Duration

    4 hours or more

  • Avg Distance

    1 mile walking tour

  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)

    Every day From April 1st to October 31st

  • Starting Location

    Anywhere you are staying in Normandy or Paris

  • Price Includes

    My guiding in the places mentioned and my transportation from and back home

  • Notes

    Giverny is located 55 miles to Paris and easy to get to with a direct train from St Lazare train station


  • The norman garden with 200,000 flowers!
  • The water garden with the magic pond and Japanese bridges and the gorgeous waterlilies
  • The house intirelire d├ęcorateur by Monet
  • The village of Giverny with it's lovely houses and gardens
  • The old 12 century church and Monet's grave


Trip Info

Giverny was the village chosen by the painter Monet who lived there 43 years long. He designed the famous gardens; one with only flowers and the other one with the pond and water lilies. Quite unique in the world!

Here, Monet started the large panels of the water lilies that he gave to France in 1926 and which are exhibited in Paris at the museum of L’Orangerie, place de la Concorde. We’ll visit the house too where Monet also innovated as an interior designer.

We’ll proceed to the lovely village, walking up to the church yard where Monet and his family are buried.

A great tour which will surprise and fascinate you every minute!

Your adventure awaits!

Traveling In Style

I have been a tour guide for 33 years. I mostly work with American clients as well as Canadians. I simply love to share what I have learnt and read. My father was a part of the great resistance as well as a survivor of a concentration camp. I was raised by wonderful parents who spoke so much of the landing on June 6th 1944.

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