Pay homage to Vincent van Gogh and Claude Monet on a full-day small group tour from Paris by minivan. You'll take a guided tour of Auvers sur Oise, the village where Vincent van Gogh spent his last 100 days; travel to Giverny to see Monet's house and gardens; and tour the American Museum of Art in Giverny. You'll be picked up and dropped off at your centrally located Paris hotel by air-conditioned minivan, which holds a maximum of only eight passengers and ensures you'll receive individual attention from your expert tour guide.
Travel to Giverny to visit Claude Monet's house and gardens. Your tour takes in Monet's restored home, garden and workshop at Giverny, where Monet lived from 1883 to 1926. A particular highlight is the water-lily pond with its famous Japanese bridge which featured in many of Monet's masterpieces.
Visit the American Museum of Art in Giverny, housing a number of works by American painters who traveled to Giverny to meet Claude Monet and draw inspiration from his Impressionist techniques. Enjoy lunch at the Moulin de Fourges before arriving at Auvers sur Oise.
The final stop on your artists' tour before returning to Paris is a Visit to Auvers sur Oise, where Vincent van Gogh painted his last works before his death here in 1890. You'll hear the tragic details of Vincent's time at Auvers in the "Impressionist Story" at the Chateau of Auvers sur Oise, following your guided tour of Auvers sur Oise.
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