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With Giverny tours and activities, discover the achingly beautiful French village where Claude Monet lived and worked from 1883 until his death in 1926. Home of many modern-day Impressionist artists who have set up their own private galleries, Giverny makes for a perfect getaway from Paris with its idyllic houses, colorful gardens and quaint streets. Visit Claude Monet’s picturesque home and garden, the Museum of Impressionism, the L'église Ste-Radegonde, the vibrant café of La Capucine and the innumerable sceninc walking trails just waiting to be discovered. Giverny might not be as popular as some of the other French cities, but don’t let that fool you. There are experiences aplenty to be enjoyed in this tranquil and sleepy village, a world away from the hustle and bustle of city life. Book your Giverny tours well in advance to enjoy the best rates!
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Our tips for Giverny

  • Explore the charming town of Vernon en route to Giverny. The town was frequented by Monet and has a small museum dedicated to the Impressionists that includes one of Monet’s famous Nymphéas paintings. While in Vernon, enjoy a picnic lunch by the River Seine.
  • Combine tickets of Claude Monet Foundation, the Museum of Impressionism to enjoy some savings. However, this can only be done on-site at either museum or at the Tourism Office of Vernon. 

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April or October are the best months to visit Giverny. The picturesque village is an upcoming tourist destination and can get crowded during the summers. The skies are overcast during the shoulder season and that makes for great photographs. The weather is mild and perfect for sightseeing.

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