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We visited in April, when the gardens were lush. Tulips and spring flowers everywhere. You should take a tour - we were with a Viking boat tour and it was included. They walked us around everywhere, including the interior of Monet's home and made sure...More
If you like flowers, this is the place for you. Claude Monet's home and gardens are so beautiful. You could spend hours looking at the flowers. The home has many replica's of his paintings too. Go early! The later it gets, the more people there...More
This was on the top of my list for our trip though France, ( last time we were in Paris we didn’t make it here, so this time I wasn’t going to miss out).
We bought our ticket on line so we could walk right...More
Very busy by anyones standards. Going late morning, early afternoon helps, when most of the tour buses have vanished, but it's still a shuffle up and down the paths. Monet's house is sort of as he left it, many of his paintings, just don't know...More
This is one place you do not want to miss while visiting Paris. The gardens are absolutely beautiful and so well maintained. I felt like I had walked into one of Monet's lily pond paintings. I was truly awestruck by the beauty. Monet worked tirelessly...More
This is definitely a place to see, just an hour away from Paris. I learnt interesting things reading about Monet: he made these gardens from scratch. The pond area catches the light so delightfully.
We truely enjoyed the place. The village is small and much...More
A espetacular place, conserved as it was when Monet lived there and paint some of his masterpieces. All atmosphere is very quiet and peaceful. It's a great place to visit and it will be memorable for a long time.
It's when it opens for the day. I also booked online and my printed ticket had the same information, but we went in a little later. It's good to arrive early, though, because it gets crowded. If you have a printed ticket... More
It's when it opens for the day. I also booked online and my printed ticket had the same information, but we went in a little later. It's good to arrive early, though, because it gets crowded. If you have a printed ticket skip the lines and use the entrance for groups.