History of France : Between Versailles and Giverny
Close to Paris are the Palace of Versailles and the Claude Monet Foundation, emblematic monuments of France.
You can easily move around in your motorhome to discover these jewels of French history.
Built in 1631 and residence of the greatest kings of France, the Palace of Versailles opens its doors and reveals its secrets during an exceptional visit.
You will discover the Hall of Mirrors, the King's Chamber and the paintings and sculptures admirably preserved. The French gardens bordering the castle will let you discover the immensity and the technical prowess of the time. An intimate place of the sovereigns, the domain of Trianon and the open Peristyle between courtyard and garden is accessible.
Less than an hour's drive away, the Claude Monet Foundation will open its doors for you to discover the painter's intimacy.Inspired by his garden, Claude Monet has painted various canvases exhibited all over the world. You will be able to discover the Japanese prints of the painter and the rooms of his house in Giverny.
Motorhomes in France
Campervans in France
Luxury Coaches in France
Class B in France
To get the best rates, reservations should be made well in advance.
France is a country in which hotels and restaurants are expensive, it is more economical to travel by motorhome.