10 hours (approx)
Make your way to Hôtel PULLMAN Paris Tour Eiffel 18 Avenue De Suffren, Entrance au 22 Rue Jean Rey, 75015 Paris . Meet our representative with a Paris City Vision sign
Same as the start point
Visit 2 iconic attractions - Monet’s home and the Palace of Versailles, on a day trip from Paris. Discover Giverny, famous as the birthplace of Impressionism and the home of artist Claude Monet. Learn about Monet’s life and how he lived there until his death at the age of 43. At Monet’s home, explore the reading room, also called the “blue room,” the sunflower-yellow dining room adorned with Japanese prints, and the private apartments.
Visit Monet’s studio, today a gift shop where you can shop for souvenirs. Enjoy informative audio commentary as you stroll through Monet’s Garden. Amble through flower-lined paths that inspired the artist’s impressionist painting and admire the lavish, vibrant flower beds. Cross the water garden by the Japanese bridge. See the famous water lilies, found in the celebrated painting of the same name.
Visit the Palace of Versailles, the main royal residence of France with your skip-the-line tickets. Spanning more than 721,000 square feet, the Palace has over 700 rooms. See the King's Apartments, visit the majestic Hall of Mirrors and explore the palace's splendid gardens. Admire the stunning architecture and décor and observe its many works of art, fountains, ponds, flower beds and groves of trees.
Voucher information: You can show your voucher on your smartphone (But if you’d rather print a copy – that’s fine too!)
Flat shoes are strongly recommended (Versailles has parquet floors in its rooms and cobblestones in its courtyard)
Strollers are not permitted inside the palace
The skip-the-line access is subject to the Versailles Palace procedures: The Vigipirate plan, the security control or an unforeseen crowd can slow down the entrance
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