Fantasy: The Mona Lisa
While in Paris you’ll want to visit The Louvre and ponder some of history’s most important works of art and discover the mystery hiding in the smirk of the museum’s most famous resident, the Mona Lisa.
Gaze into her eyes, examine her smirk, and discover for your self just what Leonardo Da Vinci was trying to tell the world with this famous portrait. It’s a bucket list journey not just for art lovers, but lovers of the world.
Reality: Mona Lisa
She’s tiny. Da Vinci’s grand masterpiece is larger than a postage stamp, but just barely. If you plan on seeing the curious painting you’ll need to be prepared to use your elbows. Ever been in a mosh pit at a rock concert, because getting a view of the Mona Lisa will be a lot like that.
Everyone who visits the museum will want a glimpse and will be fighting to get an up close and personal view. Even less impressive is that the painting is secured behind glass. But that makes sense given that it is probably the world’s most famous painting.