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Carrousel du Louvre, Paris

Categories: Shopping, Gift & Specialty Shops
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3.8/5 based on 320+ reviews on the web
Underground shopping mall Carrousel du Louvre is named for two nearby landmarks--the Louvre museum and the Place du Carrousel. Stop here for the food court--featuring several restaurants, including a controversial McDonald's--or to peruse the well-known American and French shops. It's also home to a convention center, exhibition hall, and one of the few entrances to the Louvre museum. The mall also contains a famous skylight, the La Pyramide Inversée (the inverted pyramid), which plays an important role in the best-selling book "The Da Vinci Code." For Carrousel du Louvre and beyond, use our Paris trip generator to get the most from your Paris vacation.
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  • At nightfall, is one of the places most special to visit in a quiet or romantic stroll. The square of the courtyard next to the pyramids, the arch, the wings of the Palace Museum, with its lighting, and if there is also a full moon, it becomes even more wonderful.
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  • The Museum of the Louvre does not seem necessary since it is a shopping center, some gardens, cafes, shops inaccessible in terms of price, but since you're there because not to do so.
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  • Singular sensation walk through the Louvre and its 10 miles of Gallery. The works are there, contão the story in every detail. You can't go to Paris and not walk there or take a picture holding the pyramid.
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  • beacoup de super boutique (mariage frere, nature et decouverte, swatch...) des petits café et salon de thé et la super ambiance culturel du louvre
  • Ridiculously large mall next to the Louvre in Paris. If you're interested in doing shopping at high-priced or exclusive stores this is the place to go :-)
  • an overall amazing experience. out of all of the musems in Europe that I have been to this has to be my favorite simply because of the amazing history and massive amount of art located her. You can spend weeks even months in here and not give everything the attention it deserves. Absolutely stunning and a must see
  • Huge. Must take the night tour, hardly any visitors at that time. Carve out 3+ hours for a visit to see everything. Surprised by the size of the Mona Lisa. I thought it would be much larger.
  • This is a very beautiful mall located under the louvre. It has lovely albeit expensive stores (including an Apple Store and a Printemps), and the bottom half of a pyramid. I wouldn't go out of my way for it, but if you are in the neighborhood (which you will be-it's at the louvre) it's worth a look through.
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