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Louvre Museum Skip the Line Access Guided Tour with Venus de Milo & Mona Lisa
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Louvre Museum Skip the Line Access Guided Tour with Venus de Milo & Mona Lisa

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See the highlights at the Louvre with a guide, and gain a depth of understanding for famous works such as the 'Mona Lisa' and 'Venus de Milo.' This tour includes a skip-the-line admission ticket, which should save hours of waiting in line. Plus, you have the option of a morning or afternoon departure time to suit your schedule, or upgrade to a private tour.
$68.80 per adult
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JnVSydney wrote a review Mar 2020
Greater Sydney, Australia10,023 contributions1,484 helpful votes
Starting at Place Abbesses, walking up rue abbesses, linking on to rue lepic, heading to Sacre Coeur, is perfect way to do a down and dirty self guided walking tour of the hill, quite scenic a little hilly, however enjoyable.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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PineappleShagette wrote a review Feb 2020
Los Angeles, California238 contributions70 helpful votes
Rue LePic is a small street off Blvd de Clichy but takes you past the storied Cafe des Deux Moulins made famous by the film Amelie. You also at the top will find one of the last standing Moulins in Paris Moulin Galette. There are a few shops to dine besides Deux Moulins. We enjoyed Paul's for Breakfast as well as Le Pain Quotidien. There are some nice shops for shoes and trinkets. It's one of my favorite streets to stroll.
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Date of experience: May 2019
debsywalker wrote a review Jan 2020
Slough, United Kingdom2,918 contributions440 helpful votes
A real taste of local life this winding road through Montmatre has many local food stores, the cafe from Amelie and bistros.
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Date of experience: January 2020
Jan A wrote a review Mar 2019
131 contributions76 helpful votes
We always stay in an apartment just off Rue Lepic, great independent shops, bars and cafes and just a great place to be
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Date of experience: February 2019
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Adventurer828136 wrote a review Jan 2019
Hartlepool, United Kingdom169 contributions54 helpful votes
Starts next to the Moulin Rouge. I've stayed here before at no. 1 and it's so lively. The first part of the street has loads of cafes and restaurants, including Cafe des Deux Moulins, where Amelie was partly filmed, with cheese shops, chocolate shops, butchers, bakers and fish mongers. Turn left and start to follow the winding street around and up...the steep banks of Montmartre begin here! Point of interest at no. 54, a former residence of Van Gogh. Check out the last original windmill of Montmartre at Moulin de la Galette. As you climb the street it becomes quieter and the birds begin to sing as the street leaves Pigalle behind and begin to merge with the village vibe of Montmartre. Residential with an occasional restaurant, bakery and a couple of small independent galleries. Reach the top and find Rue Norvins, Place du Tertre, Sacre Coeur and all the delights of Montmartre. From full of action at the bottom to tranquility in the middle and back to action at the top, Rue Lepic offers a little bit of everything and a workout to boot! One of my favourite streets in Paris.
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Date of experience: November 2018
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