At Cartis, we are convinced that the combination of automotive design and pictorial art will ensure the success of your client events. This is why we have imagined our itinerary to Giverny as a real artistic journey behind the wheel of prestigious models such as the Porsche 356, the Jaguar MK2 or the Austin Healey.
The car is the only one in the world that can be seen on the road.
Claude Monet said to Théodore Duret: "I am in rapture, Giverny is a splendid country for me." Claude Monet settled in Giverny in the Eure in 1883 and stayed there for 43 years. A major painter of the Impressionist movement, he also became fascinated by a new mode of transport, the automobile. He bought his first car in 1901, only six years after its invention. He regularly travelled to the town of Gaillon, not far from Giverny, to attend the first hill-climbing races where he was happy to meet up with the pioneers of the automobile, notably Armand PEUGEOT.
Give your clients the chance to discover the world of Claude Monet in the heart of the picturesque village of Giverny.