Trip to Monet's property in Giverny with chauffeur-driven car

Monet's house and gardens in Giverny

It is in Giverny, a tiny village (population 500) in the northwest of Paris, that Claude Monet lived with his family from 1883 to 1926 and satisfied his passion for painting, gardening and photography. Here, the leading Impressionist painter painted some of his most famous series of works, including Water Lilies. Monet's home still shows some of the artist’s works of art.
Numerous painters, in particular American ones, learned about Impressionism with the master in this house surrounded by a colored flower-filled garden, a garden of water and its famous Japanese bridge.

Day trip to Monet’s in Giverny by car with driver

departure destination
Time and place of your choice 1 Monet's property
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The round trip 2 The admission charge 3
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(1) At the place of your choice in Paris and bordering suburb
(2) Return in the afternoon at the place of departure or of your choice in Paris and bordering suburb
(3) Entrance fee: € 6 a person