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Vernon, Normandy, France
20 May — 21 May2
Vernon, Normandy, France
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Sat 21/5
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Cheapest month:June
Most expensive month:October
Average price in Vernon:C$ 122/night
Cheapest price found:C$ 48/night
Cheapest day:Wednesday
Most expensive day:Thursday
C$ 87 - C$ 218
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.
C$ 69 - C$ 124
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.

Where to stay in Vernon

About Vernon

Built on the banks of the Seine, Vernon acts as a gateway to the Normandy countryside. Whether you want to cycle through sunflower fields, stroll around Monet’s Garden or explore elegant chateaus, Vernon is an enchanting introduction to northern France.

Things to do

Vernon is anchored by a characterful old town dotted with cobblestone squares and half-timber houses. It’s a lovely place for a stroll, with sidewalk cafes, artisan bakeries and chocolatiers.

With its pastel pink house and tranquil lily ponds, Monet’s Garden is Normandy’s most iconic attraction. Today you can tour the beautifully maintained grounds, stroll over the famous Japanese bridge and visit Monet’s original studios and private apartments.

Vernon is a fantastic base for exploring the picturesque Normandy countryside. The historic village of Giverny is an easy five-kilometer bike ride away, which takes you past riverside parks, sunflower fields and local cideries.

Just out of town is the magnificent Chateau de Bizy, a grand palace known as the Versailles of Normandy. The ruins of Chateau des Tourelles are another highlight, with a quartet of turrets that have remained practically unchanged for 800 years.

Getting around

The easiest way to navigate Vernon’s town center is on foot. Vernon is also incredibly bike-friendly, with plenty of cycling paths winding their way along the Seine and through the surrounding countryside. Hire a car if you plan on exploring more of the outer region.

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Built on the banks of the Seine, Vernon acts as a gateway to the Normandy countryside. Whether you want to cycle through sunflower fields, stroll around Monet’s Garden or explore elegant chateaus, Vernon is an enchanting introduction to northern France.

Things to do in Vernon

Vernon is anchored by a characterful old town dotted with cobblestone squares and half-timber houses. It’s a lovely place for a stroll, with sidewalk cafes, artisan bakeries and chocolatiers.

With its pastel pink house and tranquil lily ponds, Monet’s Garden is Normandy’s most iconic attraction. Today you can tour the beautifully maintained grounds, stroll over the famous Japanese bridge and visit Monet’s original studios and private apartments.

Vernon is a fantastic base for exploring the picturesque Normandy countryside. The historic village of Giverny is an easy five-kilometer bike ride away, which takes you past riverside parks, sunflower fields and local cideries.

Just out of town is the magnificent Chateau de Bizy, a grand palace known as the Versailles of Normandy. The ruins of Chateau des Tourelles are another highlight, with a quartet of turrets that have remained practically unchanged for 800 years.

Getting around Vernon

The easiest way to navigate Vernon’s town center is on foot. Vernon is also incredibly bike-friendly, with plenty of cycling paths winding their way along the Seine and through the surrounding countryside. Hire a car if you plan on exploring more of the outer region.

  • What are the best hotels in Vernon?

    One of the most popular hotels in Vernon is Hotel Normandy, which has been reviewed by 989 users and currently has a rating of 8.2/10. Other top-rated locations include La Pruniere and Balcons sur Seine - Vernon Giverny, which have received 8.9/10 and 9.3/10 ratings from our users, respectively.