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Going to a Giverny- Should I do a tour?

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My husband and I will be in Paris for a week this April and would like to visit Giverny. I am wondering if it would be easier, more time-efficient, etc. to book a tour. And if so which ones are the most reliable and informative? I'd like it to be a smaller group thing. There are a lot of options. Not sure if we shouldn't just work it out ourselves. The Fat Tire tour looks interesting but weather could be an issue in April. Suggestions?

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