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The Carrousel du Louvre, located right in the heart of Paris, in the first arrondissement of the City of Lights, is, without doubt, a premier shopping destination. It is open all year long, 7 days a week (including Sundays) from 10am to 8 pm, and is home to a variety of restaurants and more than 40 premium stores including Apple Store (the first Apple Store in Paris) and Printemps du Louvre (showcasing leading luxury brands with top-of-the-range watchmaking on the mezzanine floor). The Carrousel du Louvre is a uniquely designed iconic venue, with its famous Inverted Pyramid, a fantastic architectural feat by Pei (where fans can explore the mysteries of Dan Brown's Da Vinci Code or take the perfect selfie to keep as a special Paris memento), its Charles V Hall walls, its Comédie Française studio theatre and its conference and exhibition centre. Culture runs deep in its DNA making it a cultural site to be visited on its own account! The Carrousel du Louvre can be accessed from the Louvre Museum (at the end of your visit when you leave through Allée du Grand Louvre), 99 Rue de Rivoli, the Tuileries Garden (North and South stairways) and also by direct access to the Palais Royal Musée du Louvre metro station (lines 1 and 7).
After spending 8 hours in the Louvre, I browsed the shops of the Carrousel du Louvre, tried two delicious macarons from the “La Maison du Chocolat”, checked out a couple of boutiques and walked out. It was a nice place to cool off on a...More
Begin your day by visiting the Musee de l'Orangerie, which is near the metro, and right at the beginning of the Tuileries Garden. Then stroll across the Tuileries, heading towards the Carrousel du Louvre, taking amazing pictures along the way, with the final goal of...More
Do yourself a favor do not expect them to honor your reservation! We got there after 12 like our reservation stated going there with 2 small kids and bags and they said we had to be there at exactly 12 and our car...More
It was ok. I purchased a bag of Eiffel Tower keychains. 15 for $12. I thought it was a great deal until I walked outside and saw 5 for 1 Euro. I was so sad :(
Not their fault I guess, I should’ve looked around...More
My teenage daughter and I went on a lovely boat trip on the Seine and wanted to follow it up with some shopping. I regret choosing to go to this shopping centre. It was full of expensive boutiques and didn’t have anything that anyone with...More
The Museum is beyond wonderful. The Carrousel is over-rated. After several hours of history/art overload, we wanted an afternoon snack to refresh. The food court area was messy, dark and uncomfortable as the air conditioning was inadequate. Would not do that again. Just too tired...More
I have always recommended entering the Louvre through Security at the back of this underground shopping mall. That’s because, in my experience, far fewer people wait to get in here than at the Pyramid entrance. But when I went to enter the museum in early...More
From the majestic Louvre to the regal Palais-Royal, this neighborhood oozes luxury. The grand arches along Rue de Rivoli are shadowed by mosaics in front of decorated vitrines and hotels. Place Vendôme is lined with the world’s best jewelers and their glittering window displays. Every other establishment has someone to open the door for you or park your car. You can spend hours gazing at its haute couture shops or
lingering over a meal at any of its chic eateries. After all that indulgence, the Tuileries gardens provide stately respite, while theaters compete for your applause. It's a neighborhood that draws admirers from around the world, all attracted to the luxe life in Paris.