The Paris Pass

November 14th, 2017 / / No Comments »

The Paris Pass

For those looking to visit top tourist destinations our Guides to the Louvre Arc de Triomphe, Palace of Versailles, Notre Dame Towers etc would suggest that a Paris Pass can save you time & money.  This discounted city pass offers entry to 60+ visitor attractions plus free public transport around the city with a fastrack entrance perks at certain attractions too.  Follow our guide below for more information & how to make the most of this cheap ticket offer.

To book tickets go to The Paris Pass – entry to 60+ attractions in Paris.


Louvre museum in paris

Louvre Musee, Paris


The Paris Pass

The Paris Pass offers entry to 60 visitor attractions within the city & also includes unlimited journeys on the Paris Metro, Buses, Trams & Montmartre Funicular within zones 1-3.  It also comes with fastrack access at select attractions, such as the Louvre & Musee D’Orsay, that allows you to bypass the queues at these busy attractions.

The Paris Pass is available for 2, 4 or 6 consecutive days with the best savings on the longer period passes.  Whilst it is a considerable investment, it is worth undertaking a quick calculation to understand the potential savings you can make & remember to include your free transport costs too.

To book go to The Paris Pass – discounted city entrance.


Mona Lisa at the louvre

Capturing the Mona Lisa


The Paris Pass; Tips & Tricks

1. The Paris Pass is only available for consecutive days use, (either 2, 4 or 6 days), so it’s worth planning an itinerary to get best value for this pass.

2. Try to begin using your pass as early as possible on the first day of use. This pass is a day pass rather than a 24 hour rollover pass, so the earlier the better for value for money.

3. Try to be realistic as to how many Paris attractions you will be able to visit in one day as sightseeing is tiring work!  You will need to balance value for money with realistic sightseeing goals.

4. Unfortunately, this Paris Pass does not allow for any rest days. Consider your sightseeing stamina for those contemplating a 4 or 6 day pass!

5. Keep an eye out for for separate fastrack entrances at those attractions that offer a speedier entry…a great tip to beat the queues at popular attractions.

6. Remember that the Paris Pass also includes free transport options too, (see above).

7. The great benefit of a Paris Museum Pass is that it encourages you to visit less well known attractions. Yes, the Louvre is a given but there a some great hidden gems in Paris too!

8. If you are planning a day to visit the Palace of Versailles, remember that this is some way outside of the city centre & may take the full day to visit.

Follow our money saving Guide to the Eiffel Tower packed with deals and tips to beat the queues!


By Liz Walsh


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