Rue de Rivoli, 75001 Paris, France
Louvre and the other great places you see in France speaks of enormous beauty, rich history and great pride! As I explored the city, I am grateful to have seen this place reliving my knowledge of European history and not just pure imagination from reading the book! Never miss this place when you see Paris. N. B. But please bear with the lesser hospitality from Parisians. Public restroom is a magical word! You are lucky to find one 😉. You need to sit for dinner or drinks to access their restroom 😂.
Pretty place and very good for a relaxing evening. Loads of huge space and recommended for all travelers. Entry is restricted between respective times and days. Please keep in mind before visiting this museum. Must visit place and it will take your whole day to roam around this museum as they have loads and loads to see and enjoy. Must visit place in Paris.
What can I say? The museum is one of the most fantastic I have ever seen. You know going into it that it has more than you can realistically see, and you are still blown away. I enjoyed both the most popular pieces and everything else equally. It is nice to squeeze in to see the Mona Lisa and also see things that I wasn't even expecting to be there. You will be amazed at the variety and the substance of what you see. I simply cannot explain how amazing this place is. It is a must to visit and you cannot go wrong by going more than once. If I lived in Paris, I would go several times a year and still be able to regularly be amazed by new pieces. Absolutely fantastic!
Superb museum!! Really worth the entrance fee of €17. It’s much more worth the time than going to the Versailles. You can easily spend the entire day here. We spent about 3 hours there and barely cover 2 floors of exhibitions. Buy your tickets online and if you have the Paris museum pass, you have to book a time slot slot as well! Otherwise, you will need to join a super long queue with the rest of the people. The priority queue is on the left side of the pyramid entrance. The line is really short, just for security checks. The other line on the right side is really long even when we were there at 930am. The popular art pieces like the Mona Lisa gets superbly crowded even in the morning. There are many tour groups you have to fight with to get a picture. Get there as early as possible to check them off your list. You can then enjoy the quieter parts of the museums.
The world's largest museum, I took a tour and the guide was amazing (her name was Claire), she added so much that from now on I will look for a guide when I go to a any large museum. one of the most important thing she said that it will take approximately 4 days to see all the art (if you take 10 second for each one). One last important thing is that the Mona Lisa line is very long and you get ~10 second to see it with 15-30 more people.