THE LOUVRE, Beyond the Mona Lisa

Once a royal fortress, then a Renaissance palace, the Louvre was turned into a museum in 1793. With over 35,000 artefacts, it is one of the largest museums in the world. The Louvre presents the whole continuun of Western works of art, from the Middle Ages to 1848, as well as the ancient  civilizations which preceded and inspired them.
While the Louvre houses some of the iconic works of art including the Mona Lisa, the Aphrodite of Milo, or the Victory of Samothrace, it also displays less noticed gems of many great artists such as Rembrandt, Michelangelo, Caravaggio, Titian, Veronese, Raphael, Velasquez, El Greco, Rubens, Van Eyck, Holbein, Mantegna, Giotto, Vermeer, De la Tour, Géricault, Ingres, Turner…
This off-the-beaten-path tour will focus on artworks you may not have had the time to admire on your first visit to the Louvre. Yet these artefacts remains absolutely compelling, so brace yourself for surprises !Georges de la Tour THE CHEAT, 1635

Features

  • Easy Access/ Skip the Line Tour
  • Private Tour
  • In Depth & Focused view of Selected Louvre Artefacts
  • Stellar authentic reviews