Around Paris Tours with Private Guide 2019
You will see where the “Father of the Impressionism” passed the second and most creatives 43 years of his life, where he built his pastoral paradise. Visit his studio, stroll through the charming gardens and the Japanese bridge which inspired him to create his brightly colored Water Lilies series and other paintings. You will have time to walk in the village of Giverny, to admire flowered houses, art galleries…
This 8 hours private guided tour of Versailles will allow you to discover the most famous palace in the world, the residence of the Louis the XIV, the Sun King. Being a hunting-lodge of Louis XIII it was Louis XIV who turned it into sumptuous estate. From 1682-1789 Versailles was the seat and the symbol of Absolute monarchy. The estate was modeled according to his wish, his pleasure and magnificence.
This 5 hours guided tour of Fontainebleau will allow you to discover “The true home of kings, the house of ages” (Napoleon in Saint Helena, August 1816). The first references to the Château de Fontainebleau date back to the 12th century. Since then, all the kings of France have lived in the palace, and have continuously enlarged and embellished it. It is a unique example of a royal residence, loved and cherished for over eight centuries.
In the morning, you will visit the cellars of the Champagne House: Moët & Chandon. You will travel through the stunning Montagne de Reims area, making a stop in the village Hautvillers which is known as the “Cradle of Champagne” and is the most attractive hamlet in this area. Seventh-century abbey church is housing the tombstone of the monk Dom Perignon.
Visit Claude Monet’s house immersing in Claude Monet’s impressionist universe and discover the Impressionisms Museum and its beautiful paintings; enjoy the beauty of magnificent gardens and take a walk in the lovely and picturesque village of Giverny.
Go on a day-trip to discover Claude Monet and the picturesque village of Giverny, its wonderful gardens one will enjoy seeing the Normandy countryside and its typical little villages on the way.