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Getting to Giverny

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Hi! We will be in Paris (three of us) on June 11 & 12. We are planning to see Versaille one day and Giverny the other day. We thought it might be better to do Versaille on Thursday and Giverny on Friday. Would that be a good plan?

We are trying to determine the best way to get to Giverny. Is it possible for us to order and print the train tickets in advance here in the US? Our plan was to take the early train/bus to get there, and hopefully be back to Paris by 2-3 in the afternoon. Is this a doable plan?

We're pretty familiar with the train/bus process to Giverney, but we've heard that it can be crowded and/or stressful trying to get train tickets. We don't have a lot of time to pick them up in advance while in Paris, so buying them online would be a great time and stress-saver. If we do purchase them in Paris, can we get them from any train station? St. Lazare is kind of out of our way for the rest of our trip.

Thanks for the help!

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