Skip the line and quickly gain access to the world-famous Louvre museum, located in the heart of Paris on the banks of the Seine.
Previously a residence for the King of France, it is now the most-visited museum in Paris. Admire the glass pyramid at the entrance, which was inaugurated in 1988.
Your ticket gives you open access to artwork of varying styles from many different eras, completed in numerous countries the world over. Among them, you will find:
- The Mona Lisa, Leonardo Da Vinci's prized work
- Venus de Milo, a sculpture representing the deity Aphrodite—or Venus in Roman mythology
- Winged Victory of Samothrace, a Greek sculpture representing the deity Nike posed on a ship's bow
- Marriage at Cana is the largest painting in the Louvre. The work of Paul Véronèse.
- The Coronation of Napoleon and Empress Josephine in Notre-Dame Cathedral.
- The Raft of the Medusa is a painting by Théodore Géricault.
After your visit, you can wander through the Tuileries gardens to Place de la Concorde. If you decide to continue your stroll down the Champs-Élysées, why not visit the Arc de Triomphe, which stands tall at the end of the avenue?
Discount Paris regrets to inform you that following the latest advice issued by the French and British Governments concerning the COVID-19 virus, we are currently not accepting bookings traveling prior to the 30th of May. Tickets are still available for a wide range of attractions following this date. In order to assist the France & UK’s attempts to control the virus’s spread we have also decided to re-arrange existing bookings intending to travel before the 30th of April.
All customers who had booked an experience taking place before the 30th of April 2020 will be contacted and informed of how to re-book for a date post the 31st of May. Alternatively, we can issue you with a gift voucher to use as you wish, valid for the next 12 months. To get in contact directly to re-arrange your booking or to claim your voucher please email Contact@hospitalityline.co.uk
The health and safety of our customers and colleagues will remain our key priority during this period, so we hope you understand that this decision has been taken in order to help combat this disease in the most responsible way possible. Please note that tickets to all experiences committed to being open after the 30th of May remain available for redemption.
We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause and look forward to welcoming you back to Paris in the near future.