Visit the palace of French kings to admire some of the world's finest art. The Louvre holds many of Western Civilization's most famous masterpieces, including the Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci, and is one of the top things to do in Paris. A large number of the museum's paintings were owned by the various kings who lived in the Louvre when it was a royal residence, other pieces were acquired through France's treaties with the Vatican and the Venetian Republic, and the collection was further enriched by the spoils of Napoléon I.
I must start to say that The Louvre is certainly a must see and do. This is one huge museum. The museum packs 30,000 artworks into a 60,000-square-meter exhibition space in three sections: the Denon, Richelieu, and Sully wings. Each wing has more than 70 rooms displaying paintings and objects of art, plus there are enormous halls filled with sculptures,I don't know how much time and is needed to take a complete tour. The most important works here are the Mona Lisa and Venus di Milo.
Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci