Excursão guiada particular de 1,5 hora no Museu do Louvre
Algumas das principais atrações que atraem milhões de turistas ao Louvre na incluem a Pirâmide de Vidro, a Pirâmide Invertida, o Jardim das Tulherias, localizado nas proximidades, e a sala Salle 6, ao lado da Grande Galeria, onde renomadas obras-primas, como a Mona Lisa de Da Vinci, a Vênus de Milo, e outras famosas esculturas greco-romanas estão localizadas.
Seu guia turístico particular, que conhece todos os cantos deste museu, irá orientar você nessa exploração dos maiores tesouros do mundo e experiência inesquecível.
Faça a reserva da sua excursão privada para ter um tratamento V.I.P: sem filas, sem atrasos e sem confusões. Como todas as outras excursões particulares, a excursão guiada ao Museu do Louvre em Paris também inclui uma visita ao shopping do museu, onde mostraremos os melhores lugares para comprar souvenir com os melhores preços.
Nosso guia que fala inglês é um experiente negociador de preços também!
Escolha a Excursão noturna com início às 19h30 nas noites de quartas e sextas-feiras, e desfrutes deste museu tarde da noite (o museu fecha às 22h)!
Esta excursão é perfeita para a família ou para um grupo pequeno, (mais de 3 pessoas). Desfrute do privilégio do seu próprio guia pelo preço de uma excursão guiada normal.
Observação: os ingressos NÃO estão incluídos e devem ser pagos diretamente ao guia na chegada. 15 Euros por adulto maior de 18 anos de idade.
- Guia profissional
- Garantia de escapar das longas filas
- Excursão particular
- Taxas de entrada (15 euros, para pessoas com mais de 18 anos de idade)
- Gorjetas (recomendado)
- A confirmação será recebida durante a reserva
- Acesso para cadeira de rodas. Informe no momento da reserva se é necessária a assistência de cadeira de rodas
- Se houver crianças no grupo, é necessário informar o fornecedor na página de checkout
Our guide was very flustered. Made us cut over 200 people to get to the front of the security line. The security guard then didn’t want to let us through, after a brief argument with the security we were let through. Then the ticket lines were closed when we got inside and we were not even able to get into the museum after 2 hours of waiting.
I recently did this tour with Fabia and it was so disappointing. The museum was exceptional crowded the day we tour the Louvre, however Fabia made the experience worse. Her English is not very good and she was very rude and short with us. She seemed like she had other things that she would rather be doing. I highly recommend having a guide for the Louvre but this is not the one you want.
My personal guide, Veronique was amazing, very knowledgeable about the history of the museum and the artwork inside. Saw all the major pieces, Mona Lisa, Venus DeMilo, etc. Was an enjoyable experience!
We had a lovely, knowledgeable woman show us around the Louvre. We had limited time and the Louvre can be overwhelming, so it was well worth the expense.
Julien was our guide and did a GREAT job! We were all tired from a long flight, but he kept the kids interested in what we were seeing. If he is your guide, I would recommend this tour.
Our tour guide Julien was amazing, worth every euro! The Louvre was mobbed the day we went and he used all of his tour guide magic to get us in past long lines even for tour groups. He knew everything about the Louvre that we asked about and gave us an incredible overview tour. It was supposed to be 1.5 hours but he went almost an hour more. You could tell he loved his job. We have 11 year old twin boys and he worked very hard to keep them interested. He even offered to take family pics of us in the museum. Thanks for everything, Julien!
Susanne was waiting for us at our meeting spot and was delightful and charming! We were SO grateful to be in her guiding hands, as otherwise, the Louvre is totally overwhelming. I loved how she gave insight and history to the actual building and how the Louvre became what it is today. She did an excellent job taking us around and showing us highlights. We had our two kids, 14 and 12, and that is the only reason why I chose the shorter option. I wasn't ready for it to be over, and could have done the 3 hour one, but other than seeing one more thing my son had learned about in school, the kids were ready to leave after we said goodbye to Susanne. The only thing I would change was that she spent a lot of time on greek statues, and though my husband and I really enjoyed spending a lot of time on studying one statue at a time, it was tough for the kids and they were anxious to move on to something new.