Here's your chance to spend a night with Mona Lisa & fall in Louvre again
Airbnb is giving away a night at the Louvre Museum in Paris to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the museum's glass pyramid
The queues at home affairs are long, but have you ever queued at the Louvre? You can spend hours standing in line to catch a glimpse of some of the most famous paintings.
But, as announced this week, some lucky bugger will get the chance to see works by artists such as Caravaggio, Delacroix, Da Vinci and Raphael without hordes of tourists. Why? Because Airbnb is giving away a night at the Louvre Museum in Paris, or - as they've called it - A Night with Mona Lisa.
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To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the museum's glass pyramid (which hasn't been too stellar so far because of shutdowns caused by the Yellow Vest protests in the city), Airbnb has transformed part of it into an apartment, with the Mona Lisa and Venus de Milo as sophisticated, priceless and thankfully not-too-chatty dinner guests.One winner and their plus one will be treated to a private guided tour of the museum, then food, drinks and an acoustic concert before catching shut-eye in a pyramid-shaped bedroom.If you're interested in entering the competition (which closes on April 12 and which Sunday Times Lifestyle has zero involvement in - we're only writing about it), visit airbnb.com/louvre.Someone's Instagram page is about to eclipse them all...