One day trip departing from Paris in the footsteps of Impressionist painters Vincent Van Gogh and Claude Monet.
Discover the home, the workshop and the magnificent gardens of Monet as well as the village and the inn where Van Gogh lived at the end of his life. Together with your official guide, take a dive into the universe of the prodigious painters and discover where they lived and were inspired.
During your tour, admire the flowerbeds, the numerous oriental plants, the sumptuous water garden famous for its water lilies and its Japanese bridge so often painted by Monet. Then, at your will visit the pink-coloured house that was Claude Monet's workplace and home.
In the afternoon, head towards Auvers-sur-Oise for a guided tour of the picturesque village where the Dutch painter Vincent Van Gogh spent his last 70 days in 1890. At the peak of his art, he described in his works painted in Auvers-sur-Oise the country life and village architecture. During this getaway, visit the Ravoux boarding (closed in 2020) house and the artist's room as well as the church of Auvers and its cemetery where the tomb of Van Gogh and his brother, Théo, rests. The tour lasts for approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes.
Departure point : pick-up at your Paris accommodation
Length of tour: 9h30
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From 03/04 to 31/10, every Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
PARISCityVISION makes itself more welcoming every day for its visitors with reduced mobility. The excursions can be adapted to people who travel with canes or in manual folding wheelchairs. In these cases, wheelchair users must be accompanied by an able-bodied person to help them board our coach (no platform) and push the wheelchair during the visits. The chair must be foldable. When booking, please contact PARISCityVISION as not all excursions are wheelchair accessible.
For hearing impaired visitors: audiophones used during guided tours are compatible with hearing aids.