Parismont.com - The Paris tourist attractions that aren’t worth a visit

This site's author is either awfully closed-minded, or not a good manager of time. HERE'S A REAL HINT - If your going to visit, go on the first Sunday of the month - most museums are free - including the L'Ouvre! When you go, get in line at least a half-hour before opening (9 a.m.) Once you enter the museum through the glass pyramid, it's not that far to the Mona Lisa - reasonably well-marked and you pass by other classics on the way - Winged Victory, Venus de Milo. But see Mona first and get it done. Sure it's smaller than you expect, but it's breathtaking to be in the company of such a masterpiece, and I am not an art fanatic. I am a fan of history, and seeing the Code of Hammurabi, as well as other ancient Greek, Roman, and Egypitan artifacts (just today), as well as classic art...

This site’s author is either awfully closed-minded, or not a good manager of time. HERE’S A REAL HINT - If your going to visit, go on the first Sunday of the month - most museums are free - including the L’Ouvre! When you go, get in line at least a half-hour before opening (9 a.m.) Once you enter the museum through the glass pyramid, it’s not that far to the Mona Lisa - reasonably well-marked and you pass by other classics on the way - Winged Victory, Venus de Milo. But see Mona first and get it done. Sure it’s smaller than you expect, but it’s breathtaking to be in the company of such a masterpiece, and I am not an art fanatic. I am a fan of history, and seeing the Code of Hammurabi, as well as other ancient Greek, Roman, and Egypitan artifacts (just today), as well as classic art, made our family’s 2nd trip nothing short of memorable.

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