Le Louvre

Le Louvre

Housed in the former French royal palace, the Louvre is one of the world’s largest and most visited museums. Some highlights include the Egyptian antiquities department with its more than 50,000 pieces dating from 4,000 B.C. to the 4th century. Overrun with tourists, it’s worth visiting later in the day on Wednesdays and Fridays, when it stays open until 9:45 p.m.

Other Nearby Things to Do
suitcase
On the gourmet Rue des Martyrs strip below Piga... Read More
journal
Everything at this pared-down affair by the Can... Read More
camera and maps
This organic bakery is right by the bustling Al... Read More
travel package
Stop here for award-winning baguettes and crois... Read More
suitcase
This designer, marble-lined space by the Canal ... Read More
photos
This museum is dedicated to digital creation ac... Read More
Nearby Hotels
journal
Not strictly a hotel, but a new-generation host... Read More
travel package
From 89€ a night for a double, this comfortable... Read More
camera and maps
Brilliantly located in the heart of the Marais,... Read More
journal
This eccentric Left Bank budget hotel has doubl... Read More
photos
Decorated in a neo-Baroque style, one of Paris’... Read More
journal
Take a step back in time at this mid-range bout... Read More
Nearby Restaurants
photos
Since Coutume opened out by the Bon Marché back... Read More
journal
Out by the Canal St. Martin, this cute little s... Read More
travel package
Sandwiched between fashion hub Palais-Royal and... Read More
journal
The on-trend Paris-based fashion and music labe... Read More
photos
This South Pigalle corner café spills out onto ... Read More
journal
A pioneer on the craft coffee scene, Coutume ro... Read More
Advertisement
Advertisement