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Giverny can be found on the banks of the River Seine with easy connections to Paris

This quaint village on the banks of the River Seine, just half an hour’s train ride from Paris, is where Claude Monet and family set up home. You can visit his magical gardens with the water lily gardens and Japanese Bridge and wander through his home and workshop.

Is there a local speciality?

Soak up the atmosphere and local good food at the restaurant of the Hôtel Baudy where Monet and his painter friends once used to drink.

Any good activities around?

Take in the Musée des Impressionnismes just a stone’s throw from Monet’s Gardens and the half-timbered Old Mill up the river. Then head up the Seine on a river cruise to Château Gaillard, Richard the Lionheart’s stronghold.

When's market day?

All day market on a Saturday in Vernon just over the river rom Giverny.

Interesting town fact

The head gardner at Giverny is an Englishman, James Priest, who comes originally from Liverpool.

Giverny tourist board