Visit the charming villages of Auvers-sur-Oise and Giverny which inspired Vincent
Van Gogh and Claude Monet.
Vincent Van Gogh spent the last months of his life at Auvers
before he died in 1890 and was buried in the small cemetery of the village.
Claude Monet lived at Giverny from 1883 until his death in 1926. Thousands of
American painters came to France to discover the new French artistic trends
and many settled at Giverny.
This tour Includes:
A guided visit to the village of Auvers-sur-Oise and Van Gogh’s
grave. Free time to take pictures of the Auberge Ravoux where Van Gogh stayed.
After a drive through the impressionist scenery, lunch (drinks
included) will be served at the terra café of the Museum of American
Art Of Giverny. Free time to visit the museum (entrance
fees included) where a beautiful exhibition is displayed from 1 April 1 to July
1,2007: “the Impressionism at Giverny”. Then, you
will have the exceptional opportunity of entering with your guide the private
gardens*, belonging to the Terra Foundation, before visiting Monet’s
home and studio, and his gardens (all entrance fees included, guided
visit in the gardens). Short free time before your return to Paris
*Those gardens are not opened to the public