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A day in Giverny, info to know

As you may guess from the How to Spend your Time in Paris section, I like recommend going outside Paris too. That is why Giverny is a good idea for who is coming in the city!

Just think about taking a day to go outside the chaos of the big city to discover something really special. Giverny is not so far from Paris and it is known all over the world because is the town of Claude Monet. You can still admire some of the most beautiful gardens that inspired his art!

Find out how to go to Giverny by yourself and info about a recommended tour!

If you want to visit this town by yourself, you need to know that its distance is around 75 km, so 46 miles, from Paris. There are not so many buses or trains that go to Giverny, so I think you could rent a car if you don’t want to join a tour. What you will see, in any case, is the place who inspired the greatest impressionsists.

A day in Giverny, recommended tour

givernyIf you want to spend a day in Giverny, this is the tour for you. Going in Giverny is not so simple, so booking a ticket and relax for the rest of the experience is the best. What I like the most, is that this tour includes transports.

Going in Giverny means explore the place that inspired artists like Claude Monet. You will see beautiful corners of the world. Plus, you will also spend a day in the nature too!

If you go in Giverny, you see the gardens of Monet and where he lived. Plus, you will also admire wheat fields and flowers. There is even a water garden! There, you can see the authentic colors of nature.

The tour lasts 5 hours and by booking it, you will skip the line and have the advantage of exploring Giverny with a guide. Audio guides are in Spanish, Chinese, English, French, German, Italian, Japanse, Portuguese and Russian.

I think it is a chance to take! And if you love Monet, go to the Orangerie and Orsay too!

Category: Neighborhoods
  • My Tips

     Take always small change with you! If you will need a public bathroom, you will probably pay 0.50 € to enter. 


    Remember that floor numbers aren't the same of U.S. ones. In Europe we have ground floor / floor 0. It is the corresponding of the 1st floor in U.S.!


     French people are nationalists: try to speak few French words. You will make them very happy!


     Check the weather forecast in advance so you will know what to put in your luggage!


     Even if they say it will be sunny all the time, take your umbrella with you anyway.


     Read my article about transports pass to know which one is the best for you!


     If you want to buy something very luxurious, go to Lafayette Galleries.


     Don't be worried about the need for a car in Paris. Taxis and Uber are a lot!


     For your safety, provide you a travel insurance


     Study everything about transports in Paris reading the transports page of this site