Understandably, particularly for budget travellers or families on holiday, when we think about museums passes and other such schemes, it is often with saving money in mind. The truth is that travelling can be an expensive past time. And for a city like Paris, where here are many wonderful museums and monuments people come to see, entry fees soon start adding up. Fortunately, there’s a great way to save money if you’re in Paris for 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5 days? The Paris City Pass, the pass of the Office of Tourism of Paris, is a pocket turnkey including paper transport and museums “jump line” access that will earn you valuable time and benefit from reductions of up to 20% to discover the must-see Parisian attractions!
Ideal for first-time visitors that don’t know where to start this pass is perfect since the popular attractions have already been selected for you and will help you use your full pass during your stay. It’s great for first-time visitors to Paris who want to cover most of the main sights in a few day, travelers who want to see and do as much as possible on a short trip, and visitors who want to orient themselves with a bus tour.
But the Paris City Pass is not just for people who need to watch their spending. They also have a significant convenience value. Queues are not a great way to spend a holiday you can skip a queue for tickets as opposed to security checks. You get unlimited entry to many great museums you are free to come and go at leisure rather than rushing around. Another advantage is there is no need to worry about paying for tickets every time you go into a museum or want to catch a bus or a metro; it’s all already prepaid.
Besides all the museums and monuments, the Paris Pass has a number of great activities that many people think of doing anyway a boat ride down the Seine River it’s a must. The pass has so much already there for you, all you need to do is decide what to do when.
Either of the multi-day passes are good value for money, even if you take your time while enjoying the highlights. They include:
Allows unlimited use of the entire transport network in Île-de-France region: Metro, RER, Bus, Tram, Funicular of Montmartre, Montmartrobus, Noctilien bus network Optile for zones 1-3. You also get price reductions for visits to Galeries Lafayette, Paradis Latin, Espace Dali, Grevin Museum.
Paris Museum Pass
Gives access to more than 60 museums in Paris and its region, including the most famous Museum Louvre, Versailles, the Pantheon, towers of Notre-Dame, Arc de Triomphe, Napoleon’s Tomb.
Eiffel Tower – Skip the Line
A skip-the-line ticket to visit the Eiffel Tower (€15 supplement). You get entry to the second floor of the Eiffel Tower on the day and time of your choosing, from 10:30 am to 4:30 pm. An additional supplement (€6.50) can be purchased on site to visit the top of the Eiffel Tower.
Cruise on the Seine Bateaux Parisiens
Cruise on the Seine with commentary 1 hour departing from Port de la Bourdonnais. At the foot of the Eiffel Tower, you will embark on un’affascinanate cruise to discover Paris and its history aboard a trimaran Bateaux Parisiens (half discovered, half glazed). The visits are commented in several languages including Italian with individual audio guide.
Les Cars Rouges: – Big Bus Tours
The city sightseeing bus with hop-on and hop-off unlimited throughout the circuit. The duration of the complete circuit of 2 hours and 15 minutes. During the tour you can listen to the commentary of the visit thanks to the multilingual audio guides available on board (French, English, Spanish, German, Italian, Japanese, Mandarin Chinese and Russian).
The Paris City Pass is a great way to save time and money in Paris, especially for first-time visitors. From public transports to VIP access to the iconic museums and monuments of Paris, Seine cruises, City Tours with Hop-On Hop Off and discount offers on your shopping items, the Paris City Passport is of significant value. You can choose between a 1, 2, 3 4 or 5-Day pass, it is specially designed to make your enjoy your stay in Paris! Book your Paris City Passport right now and pick it up upon your arrival at the Tourism Office of Paris – 25 rue des Pyramides. The pass will be available from your chosen date of activation.
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