I entered a bit after they opened , i had to listen and leave when they announced the closing hour arrived. A whole day, all for myself in between 2000 master pieces of the most famous painters of the world.After visiting the first floor right wing , i discover, following the signs for the toilet , that there is a cloakroom and i dropped my heavy coat and bag, feeling free to start again the adventure with Renoir,Monet, Boudin, Botticcelli, Leonardo da Vinci, Vermeer, Velazquez, Gaugain, Rubens, Van Gogh and many others. Finally, in order to be fast in my tours, i could searched and print on the grown floor , my favorite paintings or painters or rooms i wanna go, as there are near the coffee bar lots of monitors with all collection on a digital store.Great invention for someone's tired feet. After all, if you want some souvenirs with your preferate painter's work, you have to choose between 3 shops located in different corners of the building, according with the map you receive it at the entrance from the very beginning. The entrance is FREE, the audio guide is 3 pounds or so...but worth the money. I was thrilled and not tired in the end, as i had the chance to combine the virtual tour with the real one (the ones i chose to visit by foot in chooses rooms on a map).
Great journey.Monet was sublime. More