LOUVRE MUSEUM TICKETS: WHERE AND HOW TO BUY YOUR TICKET TO SKIP THE LINE
Louvre tickets: To visit the Louvre museum organization is what you need, and if you buy in advance the tickets in order to avoid the endless line at the entrance, your visit will start off on the right foot.
I did this way when I visited the museum for the first time, and having a priority access ticket was a big advantage, because it allowed me to have more time to understand how to move inside the rooms and which sections to focus on to avoid losing the most important artworks on display.
I wrote a post containing all the things you have to know about the Louvre museum, where I explained that it is a huge museum divided into 7 departments, displaying about 30,000 objects.
In this post, instead, you’ll find the information to book your tickets to the Louvre museum.
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WHAT TO SEE IN SARDINIA: MUSEUMS TO VISIT
I admit I went to Sardinia to enjoy the sea and the beaches, but this island can offer pleasant surprises as regards museums.
So, I’ve decided to make a list of what to see in Sardinia, by breaking the mould and recommending 5 museums to see to you.
Sardinia has a varied museum offer, and is able to satisfy all your needs. You’ll find Phoenician-Punic and Roman archeological artifacts, and there are also medieval sites, industrial archaeology and museums devoted to great historical and literary figures who in Sardinia found a place to call home.
Thus, here are what to see in Sardinia, that is the list of the 5 most beautiful museums in Sardinia.
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THE ACCADEMIA GALLERY OF FLORENCE: TICKETS AND UNMISSABLE ARTWORKS
After the Uffizi Gallery, the Accademia Gallery is the most visited museum in Florence.
The reason is simple: it houses Michelangelo’s David and, despite many other masterpieces to admire, most visitors go to this museum only to admire this monumental statue.
THE UFFIZI GALLERY: HOW TO BOOK YOUR TICKET AND SKIP THE LINE
No trip to Florence is complete without visiting the Uffizi Gallery, which offers the most complete overview on the Renaissance and a spectacular view on the Arno River.
Giotto, Leonardo da Vinci, and Botticelli are some of the famous artists you can admire there with their masterpieces. Of course, you can’t see everything with only one visit, but there are some works you can’t miss at the Uffizi Gallery.
In this post I’ll explain how to book your ticket and how to skip the line at the Uffizi Gallery.