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Our guide, Florent, was excellent and guided us through the evolution of art history at the Louvre. Being so immense, it helped to interpret the collections there and then explore more on your own
This tour was very informative. We were able to see the highlights at the Louvre. Our guide was very knowledgeable and accommodating. He took the time to give us new insights on the structures and artwork in the museum.
Glad to skip the long que. Our guide Lindsay was fantastic and had so much knowledge about all paintings and sculptures that we visited - learnt so much about art and history. The louvre is huge - better to have a guide to get you through and explain things - highly recommendedand good value!
I will always remember visiting the Louvre during my visit to Paris. The tour that my husband and I took was very interesting snd provided a lot of insight. Having never been to Paris, the information that was provided through our tour guide, Caroline, was very informative as well as interesting.
Great tour guide! Easy to locate meeting place. Plenty of time in the museum and time on your own if you choose to remain in the museum or the Shopping Mall that is located under the Louvre.
Our tour guide was very knowledgeable about the Louvre itself as well as the art content. The tour takes you from the founding and financing of the Louvre, through the various Art periods with explanations of the evolution of art and sculpture, and ends with the Italian Renaissance which, of course, includes the Mona Lisa. We’re not sure, but at the onset we mentioned we wanted to see the Rape of the Sabine Women and the Raft of the Medusa. Ironically enough, we spent several minutes at both. So if you take this tour, you want to make known your personal art wishes.
So worth it. We had the most amazing guide who had a voice that just engaged you right from the start, so you just walked along and listened to her wealth of information on both the history of Art and of the artworks. Skipping the line and knowing that you will definitely see the 'great ' pieces meant you just relaxed and enjoyed. We went for the 9:30 tour and finished up at 2:30 where we were walked back to the restaurant area. We finished our tour with a meal at The Grand Louvre restaurant which capped off an fantastic day. The chocolate mouse pyramid is to die for.
Floran was great! So wonderful to view the Louvre with a guide who is passionate about art and his city. Three hours was a good "taste", that leaves you wanting more.
Great tour guide! Very inforamative for the time spent at the Louvre.
Guide - Catherine - made the tour remarkable.
Her deep knowledge of the museum, the art, and the artists made for a wonderful experience.
It was a wonderful experience, because we have been a smoll group , only 7 members,(we were the second group at the same hour), we had a good guide, he had explained us a lot of things about pictures he presented us,we asked him all we wnted; once again a wonderful experience!
this was a great way to walk right in and see just a few of the best things in the museum. Easy to find the meeting point. Our guide was very knowledgeable and I loved the headsets we wore so we could hear her no matter what. We only had several hours and this was a great way to see the highlights.
It was great to go directly into the Louvre without waiting in the long ticket line! Christine was a very good guide. She was so informative about everything we saw. Visiting the Louvre in the evening was very nice.
This was an exhausting tour but one that was informative and the dim light of the evening it was truly a different perspecitve than I had seen on previous visits. The guide moved quickly and we covered a lot of ground. She was able to allow us to sit while she explained a few select pieces in depth. The evening tour is a good one in that there were only 10-15 people viewing the Mona Lisa so that was a treat to be so near for photo ops. The tour guide was lovely and if my feet could have stood it I would have returned to follow her around the next day too.