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Château de La Roche-Guyon

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Château de La Roche-Guyon

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1 rue de l Audience, 95780 La Roche-Guyon France
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Private 5-hour Tour to Monet's house in Giverny from Paris with Hotel Pick Up
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Private 5-hour Tour to Monet's house in Giverny from Paris with Hotel Pick Up

To start the tour, your private driver will pick you up at your hotel or place of choice in Paris.<br><br>Upon arriving at the town of Giverny, we will go first to Claude Monet’s home. We will walk throughout the impressionist artist’s home, where he will be dazzled by the beauty of his interiors and art works.<br><br>Then we will have a walk to appreciate Giverny, on the way to Monet’s previous home in Vetheuil, where you can admire the rural beauty that the town offers. Your private guide will to tell you the anecdotes of monet’s life through the tour<br><br>Among the places we offer to visit, you can enjoy:<br><br>Giverny<br>Claude’s Monet Home<br>La Roche Guyon<br>Vetheuil<br><br>At the end of the tour, your private driver will take you back to your hotel in Paris.
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Mark R wrote a review Aug 2019
Shildon, United Kingdom10 contributions3 helpful votes
We decided to visit from our base while in the south of normandy as it fit with our visits to the D-day beaches to see Rommels hq. What a fantastic chateau. Very impressive architecture and location, and you don't see too many chateau built into the cliff face itself. There was plenty to see and we were lucky enough to see and hear a recital played on old traditional instruments. The staff were incredibly helpful and the day was rounded off in the village. You dont see too many time machines in chateau either, but we stumbled upon one here. Altogether a great inexpensive visit.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Jay L wrote a review Aug 2019
Chapel Hill, North Carolina66 contributions19 helpful votes
Very interesting chateau on the Seine about an hour drive from Paris. It is a nice drive, easy parking, and when we went we had the chateau to ourselves. Great views of the river and village from the top of an Everest like set of stairs. The chateau is a work in progress with many rooms furnished or under work but one can see the bones which on some ways is even more interesting. We enjoyed our visit. We also walked across the street for a late lunch crepe that was very good.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Adventurers049 wrote a review Jul 2019
Brisbane, Australia2,622 contributions720 helpful votes
The chateau is very impressive from the outside however most of the rooms are empty and it generally needs a lot of restoration. One of the rooms has four excellent tapestries. If you are in the area, it is still worth a visit.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Skeldalehouse wrote a review Jul 2019
Sydney, Australia203 contributions40 helpful votes
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We actually attended the Chateau as part of an event organised by Scenic as we were on a river cruise. Being a keen photographer, I spent most of the late afternoon / early evening, walking around the chateau, surrounding grounds and local villages. The place is brilliant for photography. Well worth a visit.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Karen F wrote a review Jun 2019
90 contributions20 helpful votes
Well worth a visit. This chateau in Les Andelys France is fascinating. La Roche was originally hollowed out of the cliff in the 12 century and was added onto over the centuries. There a lot of stairs so a certain level of fitness is required and while most of the furnishings were sold to keep the chateau going there is enough there to give you a good idea of how things were.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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