Fortunately, I am not misled by my predecessors. I would like to remind later friends that the Louvre has Japanese and Korean voice guides, but there is no Chinese. Download a "Louvre" APP beforehand. About twenty important exhibits have been listed for you. It's not difficult to get a picture. Friends who have booked tickets in advance, or from the "ticket" channel at the entrance of the pyramid, enter at a very fast speed. In my opinion, the first floor and the second floor of the Dinon exhibition area are places where heavyweight works are gathered, including "Mona Lisa" can be taken at will, and drinking water can also be brought in (which is very humanized in France). If you look rude for an hour or two, Sanbao's location is clearly marked in the museum. If you look closely, you'd better buy "Louvre Guide" (17 Euros) beforehand and do your homework well for your favorite works in a day or two, so that you can get twice the result with half the effort. I opened the door at nine o'clock and came out at eight o'clock in the evening. I didn't feel tired. Maybe I watched too much. It deserves to be the number one attraction in Paris. It is well-known and well-known.