The Fondation Louis Vuitton museum of modern art is both worth visiting for the art lovers as well as the architecture buffs, even those with a technically inclined mind will get their hearts contented, as the building is a piece of beautiful art and architecture, as well as an engineering marvel that could only have been built using the 21st century engineering, materials and construction technology. In addition, its myriad terraces, balconies and open spaces scattered around the entire building will keep the visitor in awe during the whole time they are there. You can take the shuttle to visit the Fondation right off the Arc de Triomphe Place Etoile, this guarantees your quick and safe arrival. Otherwise, you can take the subway and walk about 1.5 km along the main avenue in Bois de Boulogne. The art collections are worth a visit of their own. Be aware that the queues are long before you access the ticketing office at the entrance, this is due to the security inspections (x-ray, metal detector, physical examination of your bags and back packs - a necessary evil legacy from the recent terror events). Plan on at least a half day time to properly visit this amazing place. Last but not least, don't mis the Fondation's shop, it is filled with all sorts of marvelous books, artwork, decorations, post cards etc. that you won't know how to decide on what to take home. There are a number of cafes and a restaurant on site, so if you get thirsty or hungry, rest assured, you will have good choices to calm your cravings.
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