Giverny is a tiny village west of Paris which has been made famous by the painter Claude Monet calling it home. In 1883 Monet fell in love with the place through a train window. He found a house there, moved in with his lady-friend, his two sons, ... 

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July 2012

Marie W
Australia

Monet's Japanese garden at Giverny

Giverny

May 2011

Anonymous

Anonymous

Claude Monet's lily pond, Giverny, France

The path to Monet's front door, Giverny

July 2010

David S
United Kingdom

Monet's house from the front gate

Giverny

July 2009

The grounds. You can see his paintings

Roses at Giverny

June 2015

The roses were absolutely spectacular

Boat in Water

June 2015

Monet's Giverny

Flowers at Giverny

June 2015

Monet's Flower Garden

More amazing flowers at Giverny.

May 2015

We would highly recommend a visit to Giverny. We arrived as the gates opened so the crowd wasn't too big at the beginning of the visit.

Spring tulips at Giverny.

May 2015

Beautiful tulips in bloom were still colourful even though the day was overcast and wet.

Gorgeous

May 2015

Patricia
United Kingdom

Patricia

Monet's house

May 2015

Patricia
United Kingdom

Patricia

surprise near the house

May 2015

Patricia
United Kingdom

Patricia

The Chinese gardens

May 2015

Patricia
United Kingdom

Patricia

fun on the tour

November 2014

Pic of myself and our fun tour guide at Giverny

A tiny glimpse of the Giverny garden and Monet's home

October 2014

Our morning drive in late September had some early fog, which made the French countryside timeless. Monet had 7 gardeners working his gardens, just as they do today. The beauty at every turn is both astounding and peaceful. Seeing Giverny will bring you closer to the heart of France than a museum.

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