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Paris: The Louvre Museum and Seine River Cruise

1. Paris: The Louvre Museum and Seine River Cruise

Visit the masterpieces of the Louvre Museum, one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. Then, go on a cruise along the magnificent Seine River and admire the famous monuments in the city. Being the world's largest museum, the Louvre packs 35,000 artworks into a 73,000 square meter exhibition space in three wings. Each wing possesses more than 70 rooms and displays extensive paintings and objects of art. See the iconic Mona Lisa, marvel at thousands of amazing paintings, and walk among perfect sculptures. Book the option with an audio guide included and enhance your experience and understanding of the works on display. After the visit of the Louvre Museum, take a 1-hour Seine River cruise tour. See more of Paris' iconic monuments such as the Institut de France, Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame, Conciergerie, Musee de Orsay, Hotel de Ville and more. Onboard you have access to an audio guide of your chosen language for free on the spot which will help you learn more about the vast history attached to each monument.

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I’m not a big art person, but I think this is something everyone should see at least once in their lives! So much history and to think about how the paintings and sculptures were made so long ago when seeing how detailed they were was amazing! I went by myself and I had a great time. I was leaving to go back to Germany this day, so I wanted to spend most of my time, before leaving, walking around the Louvre. My feet were hurting so much from the previous days that i didn’t know how long I would actually make it before needing to leave. I made it about 2 hours before I was in pain. Towards the end, I was just trying to walk through to see stuff instead of reading. I think I made it probably 1/3 of the way through the whole place, there’s just so much! Definitely a whole day thing for those who want to be thorough! The river cruise was a lot of fun. I did it at night and it was cold, but a great experience! Watching the Tower sparkle from the river was beautiful! Highly recommend this!

It was good. We were able to buy the tickets at short notice (1 day before the activity) and received them early in the morning by email and via Whatsapp. The Louvre Museum was very interesting and the Mona Lisa could only be viewed from a little further because there was a very long line in front of it. If you have the time, you can get closer and take nice pictures. Since this booking was here without an audio guide, and you could not buy one on site, and the descriptions on the exhibits were unfortunately only in French, we could not read the background information on the exhibits. Too bad. The boat trip on the Seine was super nice and especially great in the evening. If you're already in Paris, you should have done these two things!

Some line and wait, even though a time specific ticket. Security check went smoothly. 35,000 plus exhibits were overwhelming. Being January, the line to see Mona Lisa was about 30 people. Did not see room numbers in every room and map did not have all the numbers that were seen, so directions were a bit confusing. Overall, well worth the trip.

1. Worth the money 2. You need to dedicate at least one full day to visiting Louvre 3. The audioguide makes the experience much much better 4. You can take the cruise the next day.

Experience at the Louvre was fantastic unfortunately didn’t get to do the cruise because the queues even with pre booked tickets were phenomenal