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The Louvre Museum: skip the queue
Louvre, one of the most prominent museums in the world, skip the line and go
straight through, avoiding the wait in a tedious long queue.
collection is made up of arts and crafts developed from the Mesopotamian
civilisations, ancient Egyptians and Greeks right up until the middle of the 19th
century. Here you´ll find work from the likes of Leonardo Da Vinci, Miguel
Ángel and Rembrandt and many more.
museum´s 35,000 treasures, you can admire masterpieces such as The Mona Lisa, Venus
de Milo and The Winged Victory of Samothrace.
that you allow yourself plenty of time to visit this museum. By skipping the
queue, you´ll save a lot of time. It´s definitely worth it, witnessing the spectacular
art pieces in person. You are going to love it!
allows you to enter The Louvre without queuing, however before you go in, you
need to present your mobile ticket at one of the nearby kiosks where you can
redeem it for the official entry ticket.
is one of the biggest and iconic museums on the planet. It´s enticing structure
alone is enough of a reason to visit the museum, one of Paris´s obligatory attractions.
is focused on two significant periods in Art History. One is based on artwork
from ancient civilisations, mainly those which have formed the base for western
art. The other part is centred on Western European Art from the Middle Ages up
until approximately 1848.
emblematic Louvre Museum was initially a palace destined to house The Royal
Family´s art collections. These collections were exhibited from 1725 onwards by
initiative of the Royal Academy. Subsequently, and coinciding with the French
Revolution, in 1793 it was then opened to the public as an art gallery. Soon
after, due to Napoleons loot of work from all over Europe, the museum´s
initially impressive collection began to grow at full speed. Although nowadays,
some of these pieces have now been returned, many of the art is still
Tickets for the Louvre Museum: skip the queue
cost £12.70. Disabled people can enter the museum for free with one companion
through the Pyramid entrance and are therefore not required to purchase a
ticket. Under 18s and EU residents under the age of 26 can also enter for free,
with a valid ID document, through the Pyramid entrance or the Carousel entrance.
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