Musée du Louvre

One of the world’s most important and largest museums, The Louvre Museum (official website), is located in the 1st district of Paris, and attracts around 8 million visitors per year. The museum was formerly a 12th century royal palace (Palais du Louvre) under Philip II, which was later decided to become the housing of the royal and church collections. The museum’s main entrance, the Louvre Pyramid, is a modern addition.

The Treasures Of Louvre

Louvre now holds treasures from prehistoric, classical, to 21st century 35,000 collected works in eight different sections that include: Egyptian – Greek – Etruscan – Roman Antiquities, Islamic arts, Sculpture and Decorative Art Objects, Paintings and Graphic Arts. When talking about Louvre, the first painting that pops up in our mind is the famous Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci. Some more famous exhibited works are: La Liberté Guidant le Peuple by Eugene Delacroix, The Venus de Milo, or the Code d’Hammurabi. It is a must see attraction and it is up to you to discover the other famous and exciting collections. The museum is open through the week apart from Tuesday, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. – from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. only on Wednesday and Friday. Some museums are closed on national holidays.
Because of its big size, Paris Limousine Car Service recommends for you to choose the sections you would like to see most or apply to guided tours provided by the museum. Reserve a car with chauffeur to discover this great symbol of a historic monument, The Louvre Museum.

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