Keine Warteschlangen: Giverny und Monets Haus - Halbtägiger Ausflug ab Paris
Hier entdeckte der Künstler seine Liebe zur Natur, Gartenarbeit und Botanik, er arbeitete mehrere Jahren daran, sein Stück Land zu kultivieren. Die Landschaft in Monets Garten ist (buchstäblich) aus einem Gemälde: ein heller Obstgarten, ein klarer Teich, gesäumt von Trauerweiden und Bambusbäumen und Seerosen, die den ganzen Sommer blühen. Bei einem geführten Rundgang durch den Garten sehen S ie zunächst die Seerosen (N ymphea ) und die japanische Brücke, die in vielen von Monets Werken abgebildet war.
Anschließend besichtigen Sie das Haus von Monet in Ihrem eigenen Tempo. Das Haus wurde im Jahr 1966 von Monets Sohn Michel an die französische Akademie der Schönen Künste übergeben, restauriert und dem ursprünglichen Innenbereich nachempfunden. Monets Gärten wurden von traditionellen japanischen Gärten inspiriert, deren Bilder er eifrig sammelte, und im Inneren seines Hauses finden Sie Beispiele seiner Sammlung japanischer Drucke an der Wand. Draußen ist sein großes Atelier, wo er die berühmten Seerosen malte.
Bevor Sie gehen, sollten Sie einen Blick in den hervorragenden Andenkenladen werfen, der eine Reihe Reproduktionen von Monets Gemälden, Geschirr, Tischsets und sogar Blumensamen anbietet. Anschließend treffen Sie Ihren Fremdenführer wieder, und können sich auf der Rückfahrt nach Paris entspannen.
- Beförderung im klimatisierten Reisebus
- Eintritt in Monets Haus und Garten
- Selbstgeführte Tour durch Monets Haus und Studio
- Professioneller Reiseleiter
- Transfer vom und zum Hotel
- Trinkgeld (optional)
- Speisen und Getränke, sofern nicht anders angegeben
- Die Bestätigung erhalten Sie zeitgleich mit der Buchung
- Die Reisebusse sind nicht absolut Rollstuhlgerecht; es kann nur ein zusammenfaltbarer Rollstuhl im Kofferraum des Busses mitgeführt werden.
- Die Blumen in den Gärten blühen eher in den Sommermonaten, als zu anderen Zeitpunkten
- Bitte beachten Sie: Der Fremdenführer begleitet Sie nicht in Monets Haus
We took the half day tour. The tour is guided on the bus, the tour guide explains the history and interesting points of Monet and the village. When you get there, you walk the gardens and home and village on your own. This was fine for us, we thoroughly enjoyed it on our own without a guide in the gardens, and without the audio guide of the home. And it was only a half day. We would go back again, just wanted to get a taste. The village is charming, we stopped at a little cafe that gad some tables outside and got a crepe, and watched one of the workers tending the garden and picking raspberries, which he offered to us! Great day, would recommend
This trip was great from start to finish. Convenient bus service, excellent guide; Monet’s house charming and the gardens are beautiful. Do not miss this experience. Be sure to also see “Water Lilies” at The Orangerie to fully appreciate Monet’s reflection of his own garden.
This was something I had wanted to do for a long time, and when I realised the departure point was very close to my hotel in Paris, it was ideal. The instructions on the ticket were to be at the departure point 15 minutes before. My friend and I were there earlier than that and it was chaos. Too many tours departing at similar times and the office where you have to show your ticket is tiny and the queue snaked around and out of the back door. The company needs to improve this, it was really frustrating and no one was giving any directions. Eventually those for our tour were pulled out of the line and given very vague instructions as to which bus we had to be on. There is no toilet in the office or on the bus, so I had to find a local cafe that would allow me to pay to use their toilet (which was disgusting). Our bus was crowded and then we found out that there were 2 tour groups - one with a guide and one without. We were all given headsets and a radio receiver, and each group listened to their own tour guide. When we arrived at Giverny we split into our separate groups and went into Monet's garden. Our group was taken around the main Gardens and then under the road to the Water Gardens, which are magnificent. We were lucky that in mid April many of the Spring flowers were out but the crowds were not. After the quick guided tour we were given time to go wander back through the gardens and Monet's House, and if we had time, to wander through the village of Giverny. The souvenir shop at Monet's House is fabulous and the staff were really helpful. Basically the afternoon tour was split into 90 minutes travel there, 90 minutes in Giverny, and 90+ minutes travel back to Paris. I would have liked more time in Giverny so I should have booked the tour without the guided tour, that would have given me more time to wander.
Beautiful gardens and interesting home. It was raining but still very enjoyable. The guide was good, nice, and helpful. The bus was very comfortable. Would recommend as a no frills and easy way to visit.
Guide was very average. Needs to polish up on her customer service skills. Also, she was difficult to understand . Had minimal patience
Overall the trip was OK but expensive for the value received. We enjoyed the bus trip and visit, but our guide Rosanne was terrible. She talked too fast, was difficult to understand, and the few instructions she gave were hard to interpret! We also recommend that the educational talk be held off till the bus is out of Paris so the viewing distractions are at a minimum.
Great way to see this quickly. You really don't need more than a few hours there
One of the best tours I've ever been on! From start to finish the tour guide was awesome. She was very knowledgeable and made the bus ride terrific.
The gardens and the house are small so there isn't much that you need a guide for -- although the guide for my group did provide a lot of historical background. Note that the guide does not go into the house with the group. The big negative for this tour is that I did it on a Sunday in July and the site was so crowded that it was unbearable -- I didn't go into the house. It would likely be much more enjoyable to do on a Wednesday in May or October. Having said all of the above, the tour agency was very efficient.
This was a relaxing ride into the countryside with a very good guide. The gardens at Monet's home were just beautiful. Could have had a little more time in Giverny overall.
The guide was a little strict, unnecessarily so. But the gardens are ABSOLUTELY gorgeous and well worth the trip, commitment of time and the money. The bus left right on time, the coach was comfortable, the driver was good. Simple enough to follow the tour guides minor directions.