You can enjoy the wonderful Tuileries Garden or wander under the arcades on Rivoli street before heading to the Louvre museum. Don't miss the Comedie Francaise theater, real cultural institution. It was created at the 17th century. It's the only theater belonging to the French State. The Comedie Francaise company is composed by a troup of regular actors called "Troupe des Comediens-Francais" (French comedians troup), as at its beginning. Going out from the Comedie Francaise theater you can take the Saint Honore street and admire, on your left, the building of the Council of State, the Constitutional Council and the Ministry of Culture, all grouped in the "Palais Royal" (Royal Palace) which gives its name to the Place where it stands. To take some rest after the long visit of the Louvre museum, the best is to go to the Tuileries Garden which lies on over 25 hectares. From the Louvre museum, you can go under the Carrousel Triumph Arch (different from the Triumph Arch of the Champs Elysees), and from the Concorde Place you will go through the inevitable golden grilled doors to enjoy this "a la francaise" garden which is classified as a world heritage by Unesco. Going out of the Tuileries garden, you will stand in front of the crazy trafic on the Concord Place.