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Dive into Claude Monet's imagination in the picturesque village of Giverny, its stunning gardens, and the Impressionism Museum on a full-day trip from Paris. You'll even have an audio guide to accompany you along the way. After boarding an air-conditioned coach for a ride through the Norman countryside, checking out the quaint little villages on the way, you'll arrive at the Claude Monet Foundation in Giverny before 10:00 for a walk through the artist's gardens.
By visiting the wonderful gardens with your audio guide, which still looks like it did in Monet’s day, you’ll be carried away by the artist’s imagination. Walk along wonderful cobblestone paths surrounded by blooming flowers, and past bright flower beds bursting with a thousand colors! Stroll through the water garden and across the bridge that arches over the lily ponds. This was the exact bridge that inspired several paintings in one of Claude Monet's most famous series, the Nymphéas (Water Lilies).
Next up, time for a peek inside Claude Monet's house. He lived here for 43 years with his family, and his essence and items are everywhere. Picture him going about his daily routine in the blue sitting room, the dining room, and his studio. They've all been completely refurbished, but home is still home!
At the Museum of Impressionism, discover the birth of the art movement, and see its origins illustrated by some exceptional works of art. Then, stop for a homemade snack at "Au Coin du Pain'tre" bakery, just a few meters away from the painter's grave.