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Breathtaking! Monet's house and garden in Giverny was picture perfect and amazing! We had a perfect Spring day, all flowers were in full colour and bloom. The water garden was spectacular. The museum was also gorgeous and I was blown away by the magnificent beauty of Monet's waterlilies. Absolutely love!
our guide named Francois was informative, friendly, and a joy to be with. The museum was spectacular. Loved the Giverney tour as well
Good trip and nice to do at the same time. Very crowded and a bit rushed but glad we did it.
I nearly cancelled as i could not print my ticket and the 'helpline' put fear of god that no printed paper no tour. This was rubbish! If you book you are on the system... Simple. The tour was good, too crowded to enjoy and there was no information in the house. I think the guides do a good job
You walk to the Orangerie Musee through the Tuillary Gardens, which is nice, the gallery is worth the visit.
Giverny was great even though there were hundreds of people there, the gardens were fantastic.
Very comprehensive tour to combine Musee de l'Orangerie and Giverny on the same day.
Opportunity to fully appreciate Monet's paintings and the inspiration that he got from his garden.
Very good for people who appreciate art, particularly paintings. The tour involves a lot of walking, so those who would like to take the tour should be physically fit.
The Musee and Monet's place are magnificent--a great combination of activities. I only wish Viator did a better job of presenting them. About all they did of value was get us into l'Orangerie ahead of the line and provide a bus to Giverny. We were essentially on our own in both places and the commentary they provided on the bus was infuriatingly inaudible. For a person who makes a living from communicating with people the guide showed little ability or concern in this regard. Moreover, they allowed much too much time between the morning museum tour and the departure for Giverny, making the time at Giverny rushed. The interval was for lunch, but we could have had 3 lunches and time left over! I'd rather have a box lunch on the bus and do more in Giverny. We booked this to make our day easier as first timers to Paris. I recommend buying tickets in advance to the 2 locations and taking the train on your own. Viator was not a value add.