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Louvre Museum Skip-The-Line Pass With Audioguide

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WHY YOU SHOULD GO

Experience the renowned art pieces in most famous museum in the world, The Louvre. Package includes fast pass to skip the lines and audioguide

Highlights

  • Explore the Louvre Museum with your Audio Guide and a route map
  • Skip the Line entrance ticket
  • See the most fabulous art masterpieces

Inclusions

  • Entrance Ticket to the Louvre Museum (Fast Pass)
  • Audio Guide with Recorded Commentary
  • Route Map with Tour Routes and Visit Advice

Exclusions

  • Optional Gratuities

Please Note

  • Once the tour is over, customers may stay at the museum a little longer, enjoy something to eat or buy some souvenirs such as prints of paintings or books.
  • Compulsory cloakroom for large bags, buggies and umbrellas.
  • This tour is not suitable for people with reduced mobility (tour on foot).
  • The tour route does not include a lift.
  • The Louvre Museum closes at 10.00pm on Wednesdays and Fridays and at 6.00pm on other open days.
  • To receive an audio guide you must leave a deposit in the amount of 32€ per person (cash or by credit card). According to the French law, a Passport or an ID CANNOT be accepted.
  • In order to have your deposit refunded please turn in the audio guide to our terminal.

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ITINERARY

On arrival at our Agency, we will give you: your entry ticket to the Louvre Museum, valid until closing (Fast pass); your audio guide to allow you to listen to recorded commentaries about the museum’s greatest works; and a route map suggesting various possible routes to organise your free tour.

Accompanied by our hostess, you will cross the Carrousel and Tuileries Gardens, real open air sculpture museums in their own right.

Themed routes or routes taking in the major works: the Venus de Milo, the Winged Victory of Samothrace and Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa.
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