If you are curious about art, culture, architecture, cuisine, gastronomy, fashion, and especially the parks, garden, museums, they must make a plan for Paris, the major city of Europe and the Capital of France regarded as the global center of all-encompassing attractions worthy of a thorough trip. Your tour to France and its neighborhood must include Paris as an integrated part of your itinerary.
Moreover, the International Museum day is also going to be celebrated with pomp and splendor on 18 May, in Paris and other parts of the world. As soon as you arrive in Paris, the world’s gorgeous travel destination, you should stay at our central luxury hotel in Paris that is located centrally providing a host of facilities. You would feel at home staying there.
Moreover, all renowned museums and other lovely places are easily accessible from there. During the International museum day (IMD), your tour orchestrated on May 18 would give you an ample opportunity to explore several distinguished museums in Paris. You must know why ICOM organizes this day.
As a matter of fact, IMD is meant to raise recognition and comprehension regarding the significance of museums as a source of community development, cultural exchange, and enrichment of traditions. This event is organized worldwide, and about 37000 museums participate on this day in 158 countries and a few territories.
You better start your excursion by visiting the Louvre museum, a famous gallery of art worldwide. You would witness an unrivaled and matchless assemblage of masterpieces spanning from ancient to present times. This year, the IMD will be observed with a certain theme, “The Future of Museum: Recover and Reimagine.” Considering this idea, the Louver museum’s administration, like many others, would make special arrangements and activities. Hence, you can enjoy every moment of your visit.
Having a day out, you better take a rest at our 5 stars hotel in Paris 8, a good place with upscale amenities. It has proximity to Musee d’Orsay, and your stay there will help you access this museum conveniently. This museum is considered next to the Louvre because it has the largest collection of the World’s artworks.
You will discover works of impressionist masters like Gauguin, Van Gogh, Monet, Cezanne, and Degas. In fact, Musee d’Orsay is a top-rated cultural institution. You would also learn a large number of cultural heritage. Having spent a sufficient amount of time exploring precious artworks, you better plan to have some time outdoors.
You must know that Musee d’Orsay is located near the River Seine and Tuileries Gardens. Moreover, your stay at our hotel and spa in Paris 8 would also provide you an excellent opportunity to visit these beautiful places. Your outdoor visit to the River Seine would reinvigorate your energy to a greater extent. Having done the Louvre and Musee d’Orsay, you have plenty of options regarding wonderful museums to explore on the IMD.
If you are interested in experiencing the contemporary art of Europe, rivaled merely in quality and breadth, you must go to see the Centre Pompidou. You would be surprised to witness a large number of things there such as a library, performance space, exhibition, cinema and of course a contemporary art museum in a single multipurpose building, indeed a phenomenal and revolutionary.
Moreover, the entree is free. Besides, you can also pay a visit to Musee des Arts et Métiers, the oldest museum regarding‘ crafts’ and ‘arts.’ At its inception, it was meant for the learning purpose concerning France’s manufacturing industry scientific techniques. You will discover plenty of scientific appliances and devices such as barometers, clocks, astrolabes, weighing machines, and a few Pascal’s calculating items.
After visiting these exceptional places and gaining a lot about art and science, you better move to some other museums showcasing non-European culture and art. However, before setting out your further excursion, it would be prudent to rest at our boutique hotel on Haussmann Boulevard centre where you would get relaxed.
You can resume your tour visiting Musee du Quai Branly, an exceptional building and a vast display in respect of non-European artworks. You will find different rooms dedicated to Asia, Oceania, American, and African artworks. Having visited this extraordinary place, you better also cover a few more worthy museums like Jeu de Paume, Musee Bourdelle, Musee de L’Orangerie, Musee Marmottan Monet, and Galeries Nationales du Grand Palais.