Giverny is a well known place of rhea garden and house of Claude Monet, the founder of French Impressionist paintings. Giverny is regarded as a commune in the department of Eure in the northern part of France.
Giverny is situated on River Seine’s right bank. From Paris, the village is located at a distance of 80kms (50 miles) in the Old Normandy province. .

The place is the most cherished countryside retreat. Now open to the public are his pink shuttered board house and is extremely photogenic garden are now. The walled water gardens are painted by Monet himself. Most of his famous paintings were painted with inspirations drawn from these walled gardens. The garden has water lilies, white and purple wisterias, weeping willows, bamboo and water lilies. The garden has iconic green Japanese bridge.

How to reach Giverny

From the Paris Gare St-Lazare, you need to take the Paris-Rouen train and get down at Vernon station. From Vernon you can taxi to Giverny covering a distance of 5km (3 miles).


Hôtel Le Normandy

1, Avenue Pierre Mendès France

Place de Paris

27200 VERNON


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