1 ( Friday )
afternoon departure for Portsmouth and our overnight ferry to Caen. Cabins Available.
2 ( Saturday)
docking in Caen, we travel to Monet's Garden, where ample time is allocated to view this magnificent Garden. The afternoon is spent in Rouen. Late evening we travel to
Caen before our return overnight crossing. Cabins Available.
3 (Sunday )
docking in Portsmouth early morning we travel back home.
Arriving home around 10am
mixing fabulous Gothic architecture, charming
half-timbered houses and contemporary bustle like no other city in France.
Located in Normandy on the Seine River the Normans made Rouen their capital, William
the Conquerer made it his home before moving to England. Joan of Arc was burned
at the stake in Rouen in 1431. In April 1944, Allied bombers
destroyed half of Rouen. While the industrial suburbs were
devastated, most of the historic area fortunately survived intact.
Giverny in Normandy and the home of artist Claude Monet – who lived
here from 1883 until his death in 1926. The house and gardens, were made famous by
his ‘waterlilies’ paintings, have been restored to Monet’s original designs, the
gardens being considered by many to be his greatest work. Planned out
meticulously so that a different colour would dominate every month, the
beautiful shades and shapes ensure the gardens are a delight at any time of the
£89 per person
Based on a reclining seat on overnight ferry.
2 Berth Cabins are available
at £30 per cabin per crossing
Executive Coach Travel, Admission to Monet's Garden and Reclining Seat on Outward & Return Overnight Ferry Crossings.