Experience two quintessential sites from the Paris area, from both the impressionist and baroque eras: Giverny and the Palace of Versailles
To start the day you’ll be driven to the Fondation Claude Monet, where you can visit the garden at Giverny and Monet’s home at your own leisure. There, you will learn about the life of the artist, who lived there until his death at the age of 43. Turn on your audio guide for commentary as you visit Monet’s garden. Take your time as you experience Monet’s universe in an exotic, ethereal atmosphere.
The bus will take you to the Moulin de Fourges restaurant 10 minutes from Giverny, where you will be served a lunch that includes traditional Normand fare.
After the meal, it’s off to the Palace of Versailles. Priority access lets you get the most out of your Versailles visit. Your audio guide will point you in the right direction as you discover the King’s chambers. Admire the emblem of the Sun King, Louis XIV, one of the most ornate symbols to represent 17th century French art. Take time to explore the gardens, where statues, sculptures, fountains, flowerbeds, coppices and reflecting pools are all aligned. Under Louis XIV, André le Nôtre designed the Palace’s gardens, endowing them with unique, grandiose proportions.
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