Guided tour of the Fondation Claude Monet and its gardens

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Description

Description

We’ll leave by coach for the Fondation Claude Monet in Giverny. Monet lived in the house with its famous pink crushed-brick facade from 1883 until his death in 1926. Monet designed several exuberantly colorful gardens, including one with lily ponds that led to his very finest paintings–Les Nymphéas, a series of paintings admired and studied across the world that put little Giverny on the map. The restored home of the Master of Impressionism has regained the colors, the furniture, the Japanese prints and the china that Monet loved. Facing the house and studio, the Clos Normand walled garden displays a breathtaking palette of flowers and shades. The water garden, with its Japanese bridge, water lilies, wisteria and azaleas instantly bring to mind the brilliant interpretations painted time and again. We’ll return to the ship at the end of the morning.

 

  • Length: Approx. 4 hours
  • Wear comfortable, sturdy shoes.
  • The order of the visits can change.
  • Please note that these excursions are not offered on all the cruises.
  • If there is not a minimum of 25 participants, the excursion will be cancelled or offered at a higher rate according to the number of participants (payment on board).
  • Excursions on the evening of boarding or the morning after boarding are only guaranteed for pre-registered participants.