Theres a reason why the Louvre is the worlds most visited museum. Quite simply, it houses one of the worlds greatest art collections with more than 600,000 square feet of exhibition space thats home to around 35,000 masterpieces. They date from prehistoric to contemporary works.
Iconic pieces reside in the Louvre, including the Mona Lisa, Venus de Milo, David's Coronation of Napoleon and the headless figure of Winged Victory. There should be something here for everyone to enjoy. The displays are split into different departments, the main ones being Sculpture, Painting, Decorative and Graphic Arts.
The building itself has witnessed many changes in its long history. It was originally built in the 12th century as a fortress before the design was extended to form the current Louvre Palace. In 1989 the distinctive glass pyramid was built to stand above the new entrance to the main court. Despite being a relatively new addition to such a classic design, it was instantaneously universally loved. In such a short time its become as iconic a landmark as the Eiffel Tower or the Palais Garnier. It's a prominent feature of any Parisian tour.
Our Montorgueil apartment is ideal to discover or rediscover Paris.The apartment consists of a living room with all amenities , satellite TV, sofa that turns into a bed for 2 people.The open kitchen is fully equipped, hob, oven, microwave , coffee maker and all necessar …see more
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An apartment located in the 'Rue Hérold' street, on first flo …see more
Dated from the 17st century, was a side part of the Louvre where several members of the Royal Family were hosted in, as well as Royal Horses ( not in the apartment but in the stable on the ground floor , which is now a valet serviced parking for mechanical horses) . Th …see more
The apartment is located in the 1st district, on Saint-Honoré street, next to the Louvre Museum and The Tuileries Gardens. It is a few steps away from the Opera area and the upmarket department stores internationally known, the Galleries Lafayettes and The Printemps. C …see more