It's just as fun to ponder the things that make many people go "grrrr" in the city of light-- from dog "business" left on the sidewalk to overcrowded metro cars and surly service in certain restaurants or cafes.
Your priority access ticket will allow you to follow your guide straight into the world's largest museum. This guided tour offers the perfect opportunity to learn about the museum's huge collection and its greatest works of art, such as the Mona Lisa, the Venus de Milo, and the Coronation of Napoleon.
This famous landmark of the Latin Quarter is a mausoleum that holds the tombs of France's most prominent citizens.
Above the facade of 18 Corinthian columns, an inscription reads "Aux Grands Hommes la Patrie Reconnaissante," which means "To Great Men, Their Country is Grateful." The celebrated architect Jacques-Germain Soufflot was commissioned by King Louis XV in 1756 to build a grandiose church replacing the ruined abbey of Sainte Geneviève.
After your tour, why not take advantage of your ticket and stay longer in the museum to eat or enjoy shopping for souvenirs such as posters, books, etc.
The Louvre is one of the world's four great museums; it is approximately 15km in length, and has over 35,000 items.
Discover the beauty and depth of medieval art at the Cluny Museum.Before it became a museum in 1793, the Louvre had long been one of the principle palaces of the Kings of France.Located right in the heart of Paris, the Louvre's galleries stretch for 786,000 square feet.Made in the 15th century, the six tapestries in the series were meant to be an allegory of the five senses and the joys of the senses.These exquisitely detailed tapestries were created in the "millefleurs" style of the time.