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Giverny

Giverny Tours

Our curated list of Giverny tickets and tours will take you into the enchanting world of Impressionist painter, Claude Monet! Aside from its poignant history, Giverny is known for its quaint villages, picturesque gardens and much more. You can book a Giverny guided tour from Paris with Versailles skip-the-line access, all in one day at Isango!

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Our tips for Giverny

  • Daytripper. If you want to avoid the crowds at Monet’s garden, then try arriving right as the gates open. And, you’ll definitely want to book the Giverny tour on a weekday.
  • Plan Ahead! Make sure you allow yourself enough time to fully enjoy Claude Monet’s Garden. It takes a little while to fully explore the garden, but you'll also need time for reflection.
  • Weatherman. Do check the weather forecast before your sightseeing trip. It would be a shame to arrive at Monet’s house in the middle of a torrential downpour!
  • Money-saving tip. The shoulder seasons of April and October offer slight discounts on lodging and airfare, but you'll also be risking a little extra rain. Making a trip to Versailles and Giverny on the same day is also a great way to get more bang for your buck!

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Q: What is the best time to visit Giverny?
    A:

    The best time to book Giverny tours is summer when the skies are clear, and all of the top attractions are open to the public. However, you should be aware that summer is the peak tourist season; so, you'll need to be strategic about when you arrive at the main attraction.

  • Q: How to get there?
    A:

    If you are coming by train, buy a ticket to nearby Vernon at the ticket window of Gare Saint-Lazare. Then, you can either hop on the clearly marked buses to your destination or hire a taxi for the 4-mile ride into town. Most of the Giverny day trips from Paris include free transportation for the day.

  • Q: Is the place wheelchair access friendly?
    A:

    Except for Monet’s home, Monet’s Gardens are wheelchair-access friendly.

  • Q: What else can I explore on a trip to Giverny?
    A:

    Giverny is close to the Versailles and town to Vernon. You can explore these places along with Giverny on a day trip.

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