Evite las colas: visita nocturna al Louvre y cata de vinos
Con unas 3.500 obras de arte, una visita al Museo del Louvre puede ser abrumadora. Por lo tanto, evite complicaciones y siga a su guía para descubrir lo más destacado del museo. Observe la Mona Lisa de Da Vinci, una de las obras de arte más famosas del mundo, y obtenga información sobre hechos poco conocidos de esculturas icónicas, como la Venus de Milo, una antigua estatua de la diosa griega Afrodita. Conozca los diferentes géneros de arte representados en la impresionante galería y escuche consejos sobre qué buscar mientras camina por la exposición.
Tras 2,5 horas dentro del museo, comienza su cata de vinos. Dé un breve paseo desde el Museo del Louvre hasta el cercano Les Caves du Louvres, un bar que representa la quintaesencia parisina.
Tome asiento, empápese de su ambiente acogedor y disfrute de su recorrido de vinos: tres copas de diferentes variedades que han sido seleccionados especialmente para su grupo. Asimismo, acompañe el vino con algo para picar y saboree productos de charcutería que se deshacen en la boca y queso picante, mientras charla sobre el arte y la comida franceses con su guía y su grupo. La visita finaliza dentro del bar de vinos, pero puede permanecer durante más tiempo si lo desea.
También puede optar por la opción superior con "etiquetado de botella de vino", donde podrá diseñar su propia etiqueta y, al final de la experiencia, podrá llevarse a casa la botella llena de su suculenta selección y adornada con una etiqueta personalizada para disfrutarla.
- Guía profesional
- Auriculares, si es necesario
- Entrada al Louvre
- Cata de vinos
- Entrantes para compartir de queso y productos de charcutería
- Opte por la opción superior de "etiquetado de botella de vino"
- Propina (opcional)
- Traslado de ida y vuelta al hotel
- Recibirá confirmación en el momento de efectuar la reserva, salvo que reserve 1 día o menos antes del viaje. En ese caso recibirá confirmación lo antes posible, siempre que haya disponibilidad.
- Lamentamos no poder admitir visitantes con silla de ruedas o cualquier tipo de discapacidad que requiera una asistencia especial y tampoco podemos admitir sillitas o carricoches de bebé en nuestras visitas en grupo
- Está permitido hacer fotografías durante toda la visita, aunque no se permiten las fotografías con flash dentro del Museo del Louvre
- Edad mínima: 18 años
- Le rogamos que indique cualquier requisito dietético que pueda tener en el campo "Requisitos especiales" en el momento de efectuar la reserva
- Es posible que se pongan en práctica medidas adicionales en algunas salas debido al aumento de la seguridad global. Como consecuencia de lo anterior, puede que experimentemos retrasos al pasar por los controles de seguridad obligatorios al entrar en estos lugares. Las medidas adicionales también pueden restringir el tamaño de los bolsos que puede llevar en el interior. Para evitar interrupciones o la posible denegación de la entrada, le recomendamos encarecidamente que evite traer grandes bolsos o mochilas en su visita.
We took this tour as one out of nine tours during our trip to Paris. It was horrible. If there was a way to give zero stars, I would have done so. The audio equipment was really bad. It was unclear and very loud - you could not regulate the volume at all. Do not believe "skip the line" when you see it. We got into the Louvre and looked around a while, with the main attraction being the Mona Lisa. When we got to the line for the Mona Lisa there was no "skipping" involved. The tour guide advised us it would be at least a 90-minute wait and then decided we would skip the attraction as opposed to the line. He then took us on a rambling walk of Paris (at least 30 minutes) during which we did not arrive at the wine tasting before my wife and I just turned in our audio equipment and left. A group of three left before us and a couple left right after us. It was simply the worst experience of our entire trip.
Tour of the Louvre was scheduled for 6:30 start. Claimed there should be a 2 1/2 hour tour. So many guests on this tour it took until about 7 to enter the museum. What about Skip the Line? The guide made comment several times about how the tour needed to be abbreviated and we needed to walk “ about 10 minutes” ( more like 20 ) to the wine tasting. The wine sommelier was pleasant but overwhelmed with the 20 of us she needed to address. We saw her briefly and then she was in the adjoining room with the rest of the tour group. For E120+ Each this was TrueType a Waste. NO need for a guide fora 55 minute tour! Wine tasting for about another hour and a half. I want my $250 back!
Knowledgeable guide, horrible communications. Wine tasting ok but marginal samples. I don’t recommend this tour for thePrice paid
Took one hr to board boat; had to run to Eiffel Tower. Lost 5 of our group on way. Tour stopped at second floor.
Museum understandably crowded as it was a weekend, but tour was conducted in a complete rush with us racing to keep pace with our (super fast-speaking) guide. Wine tasting was a hot 15 minute walk from the Louvre - but when we arrived, the bar owner was annoyed because he claimed he had no notice that 10 guests would be arriving. We left before they could even get that straightened out. Waste.
Huge disappointment! I knew the Louvre tour was going to be limited due to time, but due to a set time for wine tasting we were rushed through the Louvre with only seeing basically the 3 ladies. I've done a tour before and may have seen the same things, but this time seemed like either less shown or the constant reminder we need to hurry out of the museum didn't allow much time to see the other pieces nearby. No time even to stop at gift shop. The wine tasting wasn't in The Louvre as assumed and the extra make your own label... a stupid selfie with only 3 quick attempts to get a good one. The wine tasting was a bit disorganized but the wine was good and information was interesting. So it is NOT like a little cocktail hour after the tour in the Louvre to discuss the art nor any cool creative designing of a wine label like i had expected (hoped). My advise- if you want to see the most popular few pieces of art do a tour. If you really want to explore the art- skip tour. Either way do a separate wine tasting. That way you can enjoy both without the hurry up and leave feeling. I have enjoyed many of viator tours, this was a HUGE let down!
The 2 hour tour was not nearly long enough for the extensive collection. The head sets were great in hearing our guide amongst the crowd. It was a good introductory tour of some of the highlights but somewhat too in depth on certain pieces. The wine tasting was well done but quiet a distance to walk from leaving the museum. It was a good tour as a starting point if you have never been before.
We purchased two different skip the line tickets for the Louvre – this one which included the tour which am rating highly specifically for the very informative tour guide. The tour was simply not enough time, however, so we then purchased a another skip the line ticket for entrance only (as we planned to return and explore more leisurely on own). Do NOT buy the latter! There is no such thing as skip the line as everyone needs to go through security which took us 30 minutes in the late morning on a Monday. Before that, we had to wait on a 25 minute line at the local tour office to pick up what we thought was a skip a line entrance ticket. Completely false! While waiting to enter the Louvre, we noticed there was one line where those with specific entrance times were able to cut to the front of the long security line, however, those were not Viator’s.
good guide and a lot of fun on a summer night. The wine tasting is a couple of blocks from the Louvre. Well worth it and fun!!!