The Louvre Museum can be an overwhelming place to visit and no wonder, it spans over 652,000 square feet with 35,000 pieces of art on exhibit. So, how do you see it all? Well, honestly, you can’t. There is simply too much to see but you can manage to see some of the more famous works of art like Mona Lisa and Venus de Milo.
The Louvre is a series of buildings connected together to form a U-shape and is broken down by 3 wings, 5 levels and eight departments. Continue reading →
It is AMAZING how one monument can have so much to see! My advice is to not rush through your visit but take time to enjoy it all.
However, if you are like most people visiting Paris, you probably have so much to see but so little time. Here is a quick overview of each level so you can choose what fits your itinerary. Continue reading →
Notre Dame may not be one of the wonders of the world but it should be! Every inch is covered with something amazing to see. Like most of Paris, it is dripping with history and the cathedral is a great example of Gothic architecture.