Giverny and Versailles Combined Tour
Every day tour to Giverny and Versailles except Monday until end of October by comfortable and air-conditioned vehicles.
On the way to Giverny one can admire by the picturesque countryside of the Normandy and little villages on the way. You will start the tour by walking in the Claude Monet’s gardens, the wonderful paths, and the flower beds beautifully flowered with a thousand of colors. Passing the famous Japanese bridge, it will open the lily ponds that inspired Claude Monet for one of its most famous paintings, the “Nymphéas” (Water Lilies).
The path will take to Claude Monet’s House: the dining room, blue sitting room and the studio in which he lived with his family 43 years.
You will continue your day by visiting the Impressionisms Museum where you will discover the birth of that art movement, its origins illustrated by exceptional works of art. You can easily walk around the village and enjoy your last moments in Giverny visiting the painter’s grave at the Sainte-Radegonde Church.
The Versailles Palace
The Versailles Palace tour will allow you to discover the most famous palace in the world, the residence of the Louis the XIV, the Sun King. Versailles was the seat and the symbol of Absolute monarchy of France. The estate was modeled according to his wish, his pleasure and magnificence.
You will admire the State Apartments of Louis XIV and the breathtaking Hall of Mirrors. After this amazing visit, you will have free time to discover the beautiful French style gardens with 55 fountains.
In spring and summer period on the weekends, you will have the opportunity to enjoy the majestic fountain shows across the gardens.
The transportation will be waiting for you at 5pm at the meeting point for your return to Paris.
The price includes:
- Priority access ticket to the Impressionisms Museum;
- Entrance ticket to the Claude Monet Foundation;
- Skip the line entrance to the Palace + audio guides + gardens entrance
- Round trip transportation on an air-conditioned coach;
- Giverny map with visit itineraries advice.