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Giverny Roundtrip Transfer from Paris and Skip-the-Line Ticket

Highlights
  • Skip-the-line access to Claude Monet’s house and gardens in Giverny
  • Enjoy round-trip door-to-door transportation in a small group tour
  • Explore the house, gardens, and village independently at your own pace 
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Giverny Roundtrip Transfer from Paris and Skip-the-Line Ticket
From US$119.00
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Morning GivernyMost Popular
Pickup around 7:30 am - 8:00 am from your Paris hotel, 3 hours in Giverny (entrance tickets included), return around 2 pm to your hotel. Transport by luxury minivan 8 persons maximum.
From US$119.00
Afternoon Giverny
Pickup around 11:30 am - 12:00 pm from your Paris hotel, 3 hours in Giverny (entrance tickets included), return around 6 pm to your hotel. Transport by luxury minivan 8 persons maximum.
From US$119.00
Overview

Claude Monet escaped to Giverny to paint, and a tour of the house and gardens in the Normandy village showcases the spot that inspired his famous water lilies paintings. Visit Giverny from Paris on this small group tour with easy round-trip transfer and avoid fussing with train schedules and bus or taxi transport. Instead, focus on the artist with this convenient door-to-door trip that includes skip-the-line access to the house—and gardens—that inspired Monet.

What to Expect

After pickup from your Paris hotel, drive to the town of Giverny where Claude Monet spent the last 40 years of his life.

Enjoy skip-the-line access to the house and gardens, which inspired his famous water lilies series of paintings. See the Japanese bridge that leads over the pond, and visit the studio where the artist worked, and the bedroom where he slept.

Depending on your pace, you may want to see more of Giverny. Perhaps pay tribute at the cemetery down the street where Monet rests among the flowers, stop at a scenic cafe, or choose to visit the Museum of Impressionism or shop for souvenirs.

Finally, greet your driver and return to your Paris hotel.

Reviews (122)
1 - 5 of 20 reviews
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Wonderful service

Initially, I didn't know what to expect whether it would be a guided tour or not. It was just the house of Monet and his gardens, I have never seen flowers in such diversity in my life. The driver Rudolph was very helpful, he was...More

Thank Maryam I
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Great day at Giverny

Our driver was very friendly, even through the Paris traffic. The half day trip is ideal- tim to see everything, and not run out of things to do.

Thank Thomas O
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Giverny and Monet Gardens

Paris Web Services are now our go-to favorite! We were picked up promptly at Orly on arrival. We had a fabulous French driver Rudolph who took us to Giverny. Excellent driver and luxurious coach! Very charming and punctual. We recommend you ask for Rudolph to...More

Thank Todd T
Reviewed 3 October 2018
Great half-day trip

Rudolph, our driver/guide picked us up promptly at our hotel and with just 2 other couples (from other hotels) and took us to Giverny to see Monet's home and gardens. Rudolph was fun, funny, and informative and the whole day was just pure pleasure. Another...More

Thank mick280
Reviewed 16 September 2018
Lovely trip from start to finish

Pascal picked us up promptly at our hotel at 0750. He was very friendly, humourous and very informative . His English is excellent ! The drive through Paris was a bonus , including Place de Concorde , a drive by the Champs Elysee, les Invalides...More

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reutern
13 July 2018|
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Response from Joyce M |
Avoid weekends and go in the morning. We went on a Monday and there were very few people in the garden when we arrived. Go to the water garden first and then the house.
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