A museum, the Tuileries, the Palais-Royal, the columns of Buren...

The Louvre and Tuileries district is situated in the heart of Paris, between the 8th arrondissement on its left (the Place de la Concorde and the Champs-Elysées district) and the Marais district on its right. It stretches along the Seine and faces Saint-Germain des Prés located on the left bank. The district of the Louvre-Tuileries is a very tourist district whose principal interest is the Louvre Museum and the superb Tuileries garden. It is also the district of the Comédie Française, of museum of the Orangery and the Jeu de Paume Museum. If you go for a walk in this area, you must go to the very nice garden of the Royal PalaceYou can stroll under the arcades and have your picture taken among the Buren columns. For those who want to move on the Seine, there is a stop Batobusquai du Louvre. Stroll under the arcades of the Rue de Rivoliwithout forgetting the superb place Vendôme and its luxury jewelers.

The must-sees in this area

Visit the Louvre Museum
The Palais-Royal and the columns of Buren
Stroll in the Tuileries
The Orangery Museum
Place Vendôme (luxury jewelers)

Our favorites from the Louvre

The Orangery Museum
A Tuk Tuk ride
Drinking hot chocolate at Angelina's
Family Tours of the Louvre
Have a drink on the terrace of Café Marly

What to do in the Louvre district with your family?

On the other side of the Seine...

The Orsay Museum
The Saint-Germain des Prés district

The other districts of Paris

Practical information

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