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Top locations in Louvre
Luggage Storage Paris Louvre Museum
3 minutes from Pont Neuf
Luggage Storage Louvre Museum
3 minutes from the Louvre Museum
Luggage Storage Louvre – Rivoli
2 minutes from Les Halles
Luggage storage Palais-Royal
8 minutes from the Louvre Museum
Luggage Storage Châtelet–Les Halles Train Station
1 minute from 59 Rivoli
Luggage Storage Rue Saint-Honoré
6 minutes from Colonne Vendôme history landmark
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If you are lucky enough to get a chance to discover the marvelous Louvre museum, do it with complete freedom to move around. Although there is a cloakroom inside the museum for your backpacks or umbrellas, you need reliable facilities for Louvre luggage storage to drop off your heavy suitcases.
Radical Storage has an extensive network of secure and affordable luggage storage locations near all the busy tourist hubs in Paris. Our team ensures that your suitcases are stored in clean and safe facilities at a fixed rate of €5 per day/bag.
We offer an online booking process to make your experience simple and stress-free. You can download our mobile application and find the most suitable storage location near you. Our 24/7 active support team will be there in case of any need.
Where is Louvre Museum?
Known for being the world’s largest and most visited museum, Louvre lies along the side of the Seine River in Paris' 1st arrondissement, close to Châtelet–Les Halles station. This magnificent tourist attraction in the city of lights welcomes thousands of visitors daily.
Apart from the historical significance of the Louvre museum, it is home to some of the world’s most famous paintings, including the Mona Lisa. To admire the artworks in the Louvre inside galleries and the outer beauty of the palace, you should book a time slot in advance from the museum’s official website.
Louvre is open to the public all days of the week except Tuesday, and the opening time is between 9 am to 6 pm. Tickets to the Louvre cost up to €17, depending on your age, entry type, and whether or not you get a guided tour.
Things to see at the Louvre Museum
Louvre in Paris has so much to offer that it can easily take a whole day to explore the museum entirely. You can start by visiting the Egyptian galleries on the ground floor and get ready to admire thousands of hand-sculpted Egyptian artifacts.
Then set off for Apollo galleries on the first floor and have a jaw-dropping experience seeing the rooms made for kings. There you will see countless paintings, sculptures, and art pieces made by renowned French artists.
Don’t forget to appreciate the uniqueness of the influential Greek marble statue, The Winged Victory of Samothrace. It is one of the greatest masterpieces of the Hellenistic period, along with 2,000 years old, Venus di Milo, which leaves its viewers in awe and admiration of classical Greek art.
Dive deep into French culture and history by exploring the story behind the Raft of the Medusa. It is the work of Theodore Gericault which successfully depicts the French Romanticism theme. End your tour of the Louvre museum by admiring Leonardo’s masterpiece, the Mona Lisa.
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