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Some tips on the world's richest museum: the Louvre
Take metro line 1 and get off at the Palais-Royal/Musée du Louvre station, or you can reach it with the surface lines 21, 24, 27, 39, 48, 68, 69, 72, 81 and 95 (you choose the most convenient, at every point of the city you are). You will arrive at the “must see” of Paris: the Louvre Museum on the right bank of the Seine, the 1st arrondissement. The most beautiful museum in the world in the most beautiful building in the world.
It's a full immersion in the art world, in an exhibition of paintings, sculptures, drawings, prints, furniture and art treasures from the thirteenth to the nineteenth century.
http://www.louvre.fr/ this is the website of the museum where you can find all sorts of information to better organize your visit and if at the time Paris doesn’t have the privilege to count you among its visitors, you can also enjoy virtual tours, which are very detailed and will get you close to the exciting atmosphere of this incredible display of art.
Take note that the Louvre also regularly hosts single-issue exhibitions.
Italian and foreign publishing houses have published exhaustive texts and comprehensive guides on the subject accompanied by high profile photo galleries.
Obviously, publications on the Museum can be purchased at the library of the Louvre:
Hall Napoléon (Pyramid entrance), Palais du Louvre, 75001 Paris - Tél: +33 (0) 1 40 20 53 53
open daily (except Tuesday) from 9:30 to 19 and on Wednesday and Friday until 21:45.
You can contact the library by e-mail: @ client.louvre rmn.fr.
For further information please contact sales office, tel. +33 (0) 1 40 20 84 80
 
For those familiar with the French magazine "Grande Galerie, Le Journal du Louvre" is dedicated to the artistic and cultural life of the Musée du Louvre. In an elegant editorial, accompanied by beautiful illustrations and articles written by prominent art critics and experts, it provides valuable support to all lovers of the Louvre, offering tours for adults and children.
If you want be already documented before visiting, we recommend: "Louvre. Paris " illustrated text of 143 p. edited by A. Fregolent. Mondadori. € 25.
To finish, we suggest the following: since the visit should be enjoyable and profitable, when entering you should have a very clear idea about what you want to see (because it would be impossible to see everything on display) and using a map of the museum, which you can take at the entrance, draw your own personal path. Give attention to footwear and clothing to be comfortable, depending on climatic conditions and then ... enjoy your visit!
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