Giverny & Honfleur


Traveling by train between Paris and Normandy, Monet spotted Vernon through the window. He rented a house in Giverny and bought it as soon as it became possible. Monet planted his garden so that he could paint during every season. Now it is a living memorial to Monet and his work.

It is an amazing feeling to be in a house where Claude Monet had been spending almost half of his life. We will walk in Monet’s water GARDEN and will see famous water lilies and Japanese Bridge.

Honfleur is a maritime town, which has become a magnet for artists since the 19th century, is very pretty, and picturesque with its cobbled streets, half-timbered or slate-fronted houses. Le Vieux Bassin, the charming old dock at the heart of the town, is brimming with colorful sailing boats.

Spend a day in charming Giverny and Honfleur, learn more about the history of Normandy and Claude Monet.

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