• long lines skip at the entrance to the Louvre museum;
• exploring the Renaissance and Neoclassical treasures of the Louvre;
• learning about early Renaissance;
• understanding the difference and similarities between Romanticism and Neoclassicism;
• admiring the world-known museum avoiding huge crowds and getting lost in its maze-like corridors and galleries.
You'll take a look at
• great statue of the “Nike of Samothrace”, a second-century BC marble sculpture of the Greek goddess Nike (Victory);
Photo: Statue of the Nike of Samothrace
• the marvel at Botticelli’s fresco of “Venus and the Three Graces Presenting Gifts to a Young Woman;
• Mantegna’s “Saint Sebastian of the Renaissance period;
• “Mona Lisa” by Leonardo Da Vinci;
Photo: Mona Lisa by Leonardo Da Vinci
• the largest painting in the Louvre “Marriage at Cana” by Veronese;
Photo: Marriage at Cana by Veronese
• Raft of Medusa by Gericault of the Romanticism period.
Photo: Raft of Medusa by Gericault, © Grennan Milliken
Tour operates rain or shine. Every tour (especially out of the city excursions) can be done by a car, a van, a mini bus, or in case of a large group (+20 people) a bus.