In addition to being one of the best and largest art museums in the world, the Louvre is also one of the best. If you've ever attempted to visit it on your own, you know how difficult it can be to navigate, see what you want to see and keep from collapsing beneath the weight of so many masterpieces housed under one roof.
Discover the Louvre Museum's treasures by making your way around its halls. Regardless of the artist's century of origin, the Louvre displays the most exquisite works of art from many eras. As much as we would like to boast that we can see the entire collection in one visit, there are only 35,000 of the 380,000 artifacts in the collection that are now on exhibit. You can choose the style, the artist, or the era that most accurately describes you from among the 35.000 'chefs d'oeuvre' displayed.
This pyramid, commissioned by the late French President François Mitterrand (1981–1955), has drawn much criticism for its contemporary design in contrast to the Louvre's more traditional appearance.
The Louvre Pyramid is now a crucial component of the museum.
As you approach the museum, you will see this Parisian Attraction, which doubles as the entrance hall and a shopping area.
Take advantage of this fantastic chance by following a local guide through the crowded streets of this charming Parisian neighborhood.
You will learn about the area and navigate with all the tips you require during this Paris Landmarks Tour to make the most of your day.
Unquestionably the greatest method to create lifelong memories in the City of Lights!
You can enjoy a traditiona picnic here, where you can sit comfortably and enjoy a meal.
On the Champs Elysées, Parisians do not frequently go shopping. They frequently spend a day shopping on Paris' premier shopping street, Rue de Rivoli.
99 rue de Rivoli, 75001 Paris France