How can a medieval fortress become the most-visited museum in the world? That is the question that haunts us, a unique experience awaits you. It was, above all, a palace, which bore witness to the history of France: revolts, conspiracies, celebrations...
Imagine a place imprinted with a history that dates back over 800 years, walls that once enclosed a palace, a palace where some of the most important pages of the history of France were written. Remarkable events, sometimes majestic, such as when Louis XIV became the Sun King, sometimes terrifying, or quite simply incredible, such as the day when the Mona Lisa was stolen from right under the noses of the guards.
Have you never dreamt of exploring the galleries, of losing yourself in the labyrinth of parlours, staircases and rotundas that make up this museum-cum-palace? Your guide will show you the Louvre as you have never seen it.
Each year millions of visitors come to admire a concentration of unique treasures, among which the Mona Lisa and the Venus de Milo, recently the Da Vinci Code and, before it, Belphegor the Phantom of the Louvre turned it into a place of legend.
The Louvre today is one of the most beautiful of museums, and thanks to it virtually unique palace configuration, it is irrevocably associated with memories of kings and emperors.