You might have admired the Louvre Museum's magnificent facade from the Seine. Behind that facade is the largest and one of the most important museums on the planet. Some 35,000 objects are displayed, among them some of the world's most revered works of art. The Louvre is never empty and its exhibits from all ages of human history are admired by more than nine million visitors each year. You could spend days - years even - in the Louvre and still find that there are extraordinary treasures and secrets to be discovered.
A guided tour will allow you to see the greatest exhibits easily, without getting lost in the maze that makes up the best museum in Paris. You'll see not only the Mona Lisa, the subject of so much learned writing, but also the Louvre's other landmark paintings and sculptures.
You might choose your own private tour, lead by a licensed guide, to take you through the fascinating history of an ancient civilisation or a specific school of art. Why not allow yourself to be seduced by an out-of-the-ordinary tour of the Louvre's more risqué works, a really naughty museum visit!
An audio guide is ideal for a self-guided visit taking you through the highlights of the Louvre's permanent collection.