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Small-Group Auvers-sur-Oise & Giverny Full-Day Tour

by PARISCityVISION Duration 9h 30m Free cancellation available No booking or credit card fees
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Get to know the area where Vincent Van Gogh chose to spend his final 100 days – in the beautiful countryside village of Auvers-sur-Oise. Continue to Giverny to explore the former home of Claude Monet and its lush gardens that inspired his Impressionist paintings.

Your day begins with a scenic drive northwest of Paris to the commune of Giverny. Explore the tranquil home and workshop where many of Monet's works of art were created. Learn from your expert guide about how the town became a centre of inspiration for budding Impressionist artists as you stroll through the verdant gardens – with views of the iconic Japanese bridge that was featured in many of Monet's masterpieces.

Depart Giverny and stop along the way at the Moulin de Fourges, a former mill that is now a traditional restaurant with splendid views across the River Epte. After lunch, arrive in the village of Auvers-sur-Oise. The village not only attracted Van Gogh, but also many other painters, including Cezanne, Daubigny and Pissarro. Before making your way back to Paris, take some time to wander through the quaint town and see the church that appeared in one of Van Gogh's paintings – and served as his final resting place.

Get to know the area where Vincent Van Gogh chose to spend his final 100 days – in the beautiful countryside village of Auvers-sur-Oise. Continue to Giverny to explore the former home of Claude Monet and its lush gardens that inspired his Impressionist paintings.

Your day begins with a scenic drive northwest of Paris to the commune of Giverny. Explore the tranquil home and workshop where many of Monet's works of art were created. Learn from your expert guide about how the town became a centre of inspiration for budding Impressionist artists as you stroll through the verdant gardens – with views of the iconic Japanese bridge that was featured in many of Monet's masterpieces.

Depart Giverny and stop along the way at the Moulin de Fourges, a former mill that is now a traditional restaurant with splendid views across the River Epte. After lunch, arrive in the village of Auvers-sur-Oise. The village not only attracted Van Gogh, but also many other painters, including Cezanne, Daubigny and Pissarro. Before making your way back to Paris, take some time to wander through the quaint town and see the church that appeared in one of Van Gogh's paintings – and served as his final resting place.

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Small-Group Auvers-sur-Oise & Giverny Full-Day Tour

Activity Location

Auvers-sur-Oise

Meeting/Redemption Point
  • Paris City Center (Hotel Pickup)

    Paris


Highlights

  • Auvers-sur-Oise, where Vincent Van Gogh spent his final days

  • Monet's picturesque home & splendid gardens in Giverny

  • Famous pond of water lilies with the Japanese bridge

  • Traditional French lunch at the Moulin de Fourges

  • Maximum of 8 passengers ensures an intimate tour


Inclusions

  • Guided tour of Auvers-sur-Oise and Giverny

  • Admission to Monet's home and gardens

  • Admission to Giverny's Museum of Impressionism

  • Lunch with drinks

  • Roundtrip transport to and from your central Paris hotel via air-conditioned minivan


Know Before You Book

  • Children aged 2 and younger are complimentary.


Small-Group Auvers-sur-Oise & Giverny Full-Day Tour ratings based on 2 Verified Reviews

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4.2 out of 5

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United States

Jun 30, 2016

It was small group in a minivan

The driver was informative. Monet's place is pretty. Van Gogh's place does not have much to show, other than the small room where he died and the cemetery where he was buried alongside his brother. We stopped for lunch in the middle. The restaurant is in very pretty French countryside. The food was poorer than mediocre. It was a tasteless salad, very hard chicken breast with gravy and apple pie for dessert. It does not sound like French. Considering it was a very expensive trip and in a small group, the organizer could have offered better lunch. I would not recommend this tour.