The Louvre Museum is an attractive and most iconic tourist attraction in Paris. It’s the World’s largest art museum and historic monument located in Paris. This magnificent museum is situated along the banks of the Seine River. The king of France, Philippe II Auguste built this palace in the late-12th century. Some of the museum's renowned works of art include the Mona Lisa and the Venus of Milo.The Louvre's collection is one of the richest in the world which includes Egyptian antiques, ancient Greek and Roman sculptures, and crown jewels and other artifacts from French nobles.
The Louvre has 35,000 artworks into a 73,000-square-meter exhibition space in three sections: the Denon, Richelieu, and Sully wings. During the French Revolution (in 1973) this palace was opened to the people as a state-owned museum.
The monument is huge beyond words. If you appreciate or study art, history, or architecture, and have the time then this place gives you a glimpse of culture and history. Apart from navigating to the famous artworks of the Louvre’s collection, you can also enjoy the other masterpieces on view in the galleries of the Louvre.
The museum complex comprises of bookshops, boutiques, restaurants, cafes, auditoriums, etc. The visitors can experience the complete attraction at their own pace. To avoid the long queues at the Pyramid entrance is also challenging. Approx 15000 people per days visit this famous destination. Do the pre-booking and then enjoy the tour. Collect the best memories of this entire trip. You will be amazed.