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the louvre in paris

Does anyone know if there are audio tours or guided tours in English at the Louvre

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Audio tours are available. Just add the supplement to your ticket price, pick the audio guide up from the desk situated just before you enter the Denon/Sully/Richelieu wing, click on English language then walk in.

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Thank you

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What is the best way to get from the airports in Paris to a hotel in the city with luggage?

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dassya you should post that as seperate question. And include the name of your hotel or closest metro station to your hotel ( hotel website usually will tell you this) .. also when you say luggage do you mean alot of luggage or a small amount you can easily handle? Also are you a group with small children etc.. Basically there are two good ways to get into Paris from the airport.

Taxi or RER train. Train is cheapest and can be fastest because its not affected by traffic really. . Taxi is easiest but will run between 45-55 euros, depends on time of day, traffic, and there is a one euro extra fee for each suitcase in the trunk, and 3 euros extra per person over two persons.. those are off meter charges.

If you are group of four the price difference between train and taxi is not very great.. since the train is 9.5 euros each anyways.. plus luggage and extra fee per persons, so in that case I would take a taxi.. but for a single person or couple taking the rer makes economical sense if you can handle your luggage easily.

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All of the Paris transport system is explained here: www.ratp.fr. You're going to have to know how to use it once you get there, so best to familiarize yourself ahead of time.

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