Treat yourself to a truly immersive Parisian experience with Paris City Passes! Providing both convenience and a significant savings, Paris City Passes leave no shortage of things to do in Paris. For the art and history buffs, the city of Paris offers the Paris Museum Pass. For those with itchy feet, the Paris Visite Pass deserves your consideration. And, for the impatient, The Paris Pass allows you to skip the line at many of the best Paris attractions. You can even combine these passes with additional experiences, such as Hop-on, Hop-off tours or River Seine cruises. So, save yourself a headache, along with a nice chunk of change, by picking up one of the Paris City Passes, today!
Due diligence. Make sure you perform advance research on Paris City Passes before purchasing. There are several different passes; so, find the right one for you!
Going somewhere? If you plan on roaming around Paris quite a lot, you should consider the Paris Visite Pass, which provides unlimited access to all public transportation.
Culture vulture. For the museum-goer extraordinaire, the Paris Museum Pass provides free access to over 50 Paris museums, including the Louvre, Musée d’Orsay, and Versailles.
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Best time to visit
While the weather in Paris is best during late spring or early fall, summer and winter have their advantages, too! If you find yourself in Paris during a particularly steamy summer, pairing your Paris City Passes with a cruise along the Seine provides a welcome respite from the heat. And, during the winter, braving the cold brings the reward of seeing Paris all lit up for the holidays. Regardless of when you embark, packing a small umbrella for Paris’s sporadic showers can prove useful during any season.
Acquiring the various assortment of Paris City Passes has never been easier! For the Paris Museum Pass and the Paris Visite Pass, you simply need to present your voucher to the PARISCityVISION Agency at 2 Rue des Pyramides, Paris 75001. You can reach the PARISCityVISION offices after a short, 3-minutes walk around the corner from the Tuileries Metro Station. For The Paris Pass, present your voucher to the Big Bus Ticket Shop at 11 Avenue de L’Opera, Paris 75001. Take Metro Line 7 or 14 to the Pyramides Station. Once you’ve reached the station, take Exit 2 Rue de l’échelle. When you emerge onto the Paris city streets, the Big Bus Ticket Shop will be directly behind you.
Money saving tips
No dough? No problem. Although each of the Paris City Passes delivers a significant savings, you can save even more cash by combining them with other Paris attractions. Try the Saver Paris Combo, which includes both a Hop-on, Hop-off tour and the Paris Museum Pass. That will take care of both transportation and admission to the world-famous Paris museums. Very smart!
Did you know?
Quick Trivia – Become a tour guide for your friends by rattling off these Paris factoids.
The Eiffel Tower sports 5,000 lightbulbs per side. They shine for five minutes every hour, from dusk until 1:00 a.m.
In the 3rd century B.C., Paris was founded by the Celtic Parisii, who gave the city its name.
Attracting approximately 13 million visitors a year, Notre Dame is more popular than any other Paris attraction, including the Eiffel tower.
If you spent 30 seconds looking at each item held within the Louvre, it would take you 100 days to see everything. And, that’s only if you were able to visit for 24 hours a day!