What are the unmissable museums in Europe?

Europe is a continent which is home to the most famous museums in the world.  Some of these museums have paintings, sculptures and artefacts that are unique in the world within their walls.  Here are 5 museums in Europe you should absolutely visit!

 The Louvre museum

The Louvre Museum is one of the largest museums in Europe.  It is also the most visited museum in the world and therefore constitutes one of the greatest attractions in France.  The museum contains many masterpieces.  It is possible to admire the real Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci, as well as his famous Venus de Milo.  Do you live in America or Asia and want to visit the Louvre?  You may be eligible for the European Commission Visa Waiver Program.  More information on www.etias-visas.com.

 The British Museum

Located in London, the British Museum is England's most famous museum.  The third most visited museum in the world, it has many very impressive art collections.  The British Museum houses pieces such as the mummy of Katebet, the Rosetta stone, or the sculptures of the Parthenon.

 The Rijks museum

This museum is the most famous in the Netherlands.  Located right in the middle of Amsterdam, it is full of many rare pieces.  The museum contains around 8,000 works of art.  Among his most famous works are The Milkmaid by Vermeer and The Night Watch by Rembrandt.

 Berlin's Museum Island

Berlin's Museum Island is made up of 5 museums.  These 5 museums are the Bode museum, the Pergamon museum, the old national gallery, the new museum and the old museum exhibit.  This collection of museums is full of countless works of art that will charm art lovers.

 Florence Uffizi Gallery

This museum is located in Italy, more precisely in Florence.  It is one of the oldest art galleries in the world.  The first thing that will fascinate you is undoubtedly its very aesthetic appearance both outside and outside.  The gallery contains within its walls works such as The Medusa by Caravaggio and The Birth of Venus by Botticelli.

The Vatican Museum and the Prado Museum in Spain are also unmissable.

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