Individual city tour in a private minivan. Photo stops and short visits at will.
A complete city tour of Paris in a private minivan, including a guided tour of the Louvre Museum. Many top sights in one tour
One day in Paris and we will do everything you want: Tours, round trips, excursions or museum visits
A city tour that takes you to the inevitable sights of the capital. Open your eyes wide and enjoy Paris with the sky open!
Extend your "virée" in classic Paris. In addition to the Virée Biuissonnière, your driver will take you to Montmartre on this city tour.
I accompany you on a two and a half hour private tour of the Louvre Museum. Visit Paris top attraction with an English speaking guide.
One-hour city tour in the duck through Paris by night - including the most famous sights (Champs Elysées, Notre Dame, Eiffel Tower, ...).
Three-hour city tour in the duck through Paris - ideal to get to know the many facets of the City of Light.
Ride with us on this city tour for a whole day with the duck through Paris and enjoy a delicious, typically French lunch.
Discover the beauty of Paris by night! See the main sights of the city illuminated in the dark, such as the Eiffel Tower.
On this bike tour you will discover the historical heart of Paris and its extraordinary corners in small groups and with a German-speaking guide.
Get to know and love Paris in 8 hours. An ideal combination of round trips, walks and sightseeing awaits you. An unforgettable day.
The perfect combination of the highlights of the "City of Love" - first a city tour, then an ascent to the 2nd floor of the Eiffel Tower.
Discover with us on this guided tour through the Louvre all the highlights of the famous museum. Enjoy the preferential admission.
Discover Paris at your own pace. With this ticket you have one day to explore all the highlights of the "city of love" on a city tour
Who is not familiar with the great glass pyramid, which today serves as the main entrance to the Louvre and, along with the Eiffel Tower, is another Parisian landmark? Created by artist Leoh Ming Pei and opened in 1989, the glass pyramid was initially mocked as a "cheese bell" or "greenhouse" and was initially difficult to incorporate into the image of Paris. Today, next to the Louvre, the pyramid alone attracts hundreds of thousands of tourists. The work of art comprises 603 diamond-shaped and 70 triangular glass segments and was modelled on the pyramid of Giza.
Leonardo Da Vinci's "La Gioconda", in English "Mona Lisa", is one of the most famous pieces of the Louvre's exhibition. The Mona Lisa is the most famous work of art in the world, but what exactly makes it so fascinating? The Mona Lisa is an impressive work of art, whose special feature is that it seems as if the eyes of the painted beauty are following the viewer. Actually, every visitor to the Louvre wonders where the Mona Lisa actually hangs? The painting is signposted throughout the museum and little arrows will show you the way. But please don't be disappointed, because their size is only 77 x53cm.
The Madonna of the Rocks is another work of art by the famous painter Leonardo Da Vinci and is at least as worth seeing as the Mona Lisa. At the time of its creation, the picture showing the Virgin Mary, the Christ Child, the St. John's Boy and an angel was considered particularly provocative and blasphemous. A second "toned down" version of the painting was even implemented. The first version can be admired today in the Louvre. Especially Da Vinci's playfulness with light and shadow is shown to its best advantage in the painting and enchants the viewer at first sight.
The Venus of Milo represents the image of Venus, the Roman goddess of beauty and love, and had already travelled a long way before arriving at the Louvre. Already created towards the end of the 2nd century BC, the sculpture was discovered in 1820 by a farmer on the Cyclades island of Milos and given to a French ambassador for a few coins. The latter in turn passed Venus on to a marquis. The Marquis gave the Venus to the then French King, Louis XVIII, who had it exhibited in the Louvre. But the Venus de Milo is not only worth a visit because of your long journey to Paris. The marble-cut image represents the female ideal of beauty at the time and still fascinates visitors today. By the way, the name of the artist is not known until today.
The Louvre in Paris is the largest art museum in France and one of the most famous museums in the world, with around 35,000 exhibits and 60,000 square metres of exhibition space. The museum has over 20,000 visitors per day all year round. The Louvre is open from 9.00 to 18.00, Wednesdays and Fridays until 21.45. The Musee du Louvre will be closed on Tuesday. The best time is during the long opening hours after 18.00, then it gets a little quieter in the Louvre. Little tip: Those who want to get to the Louvre without waiting should avoid the main entrance and instead the underground entrance in the Carroussel du Louvre.
The Louvre without a long waiting line? Follow these tips for a quick entry:
Take advantage of the extended opening hours and come Wednesday or Friday after 18.00 hrs.
Avoid visiting the Louvre at the weekend.
Avoid the main entrance at the glass pyramid and use one of the other entrances.
Book your ticket online. The ticket skip-the-line is really worthwhile at the Louvre. In case of spontaneous visits, you should always expect a waiting time of at least one hour.
Young adults originating from the EU always have free entry to the Louvre until the age of 25. You don't have to queue at the cash desks, you go directly to one of the entrances of the Louvre. You do not need a ticket. With your identity card you will receive free entry there. For children, the entrance to the Louvre is of course also free of charge. In addition, admission is generally free on the first Sunday of every year from October to March and on the French national holiday, 14 July. Attention: on these days long waiting is preprogrammed!
Do you need a guide in the Louvre? If you are visiting the Louvre for the first time, it is advisable to take part in a guided tour of the various exhibition areas. The Louvre is huge, if you don't want to get lost between all the art here, a guide is the best choice. Public guided tours, also in German, start from 15,00€. Private guided tours and tours are a little more expensive, but have the advantage that you are on your own. By the way: with a guided tour the entrance is always without queuing. If you don't want to miss out on a guided tour altogether, but don't feel like going on a group tour, simply book a ticket with an audio guide.
Opinions differ on the exact timing. For many visitors, one day is enough to admire all the sightseeings in the interior of the Louvre. Others say that even one week is not enough. If you really want to see all the exhibits of the Louvre, you should plan at least two full days for your visit. If you only need to take a look at the Mona Lisa and pass a few other exhibits, one day is enough for your visit. Ultimately, you decide what you want to see and how much time you want to spend at the Louvre, whether it's a day or a whole week is up to you.
The former French royal palace is located on the right bank of the Seine and can be reached most quickly by the Paris Metro. The metro lines 1 and 7 go to the Louvre very regularly, but also several public buses take you to the Louvre quickly and easily. Some of the lines even pass through a small part of the Louvre, so you can admire the pyramid before you actually arrive. By the way, you can also reach the Louvre via various Hop on Hop off buses. The best thing to do before you leave is to download a map of the Paris metro and bus network onto your smartphone. This makes it easy to plan the route to the Louvre from any location.