Paris City Passes

Paris City Passes


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Paris City Pass

With the Paris City Pass you will enjoy:

  • free admission to 60 museums, exhibitions, and attractions including the Louvre, Palace of Versailles, Orsay Museum, Arc de Triumph.
  • Skip the line access to selected venues such as the Louvre and Centre Pompidou
  • A free 1-day Hop-On Hop-Off bus tour ticket
  • Free publich transport on the metro, buses and RER within zone 1-3
  • Travel along the Seine on a boat tour to explore Paris from the water
  • Special offers at shops and restaurants in central Paris
  • detailed city guidebook available in a number of languages and map with the metro and train network, zone map, and overview of opening times, addresses, and directions to all attractions

The pass is valid for 2 to 6 days depending on the option selected
The pass is valid for up to 1 year from the date of purchase
The pass is activated the first time you scan it through at an attraction and is valid to use for consecutive days. For example, if you first use your pass at 4:30pm on Tuesday, it counts as one full day. At the end of the validity period, the pass will automatically expire and you will no longer be entitled to free entry at attractions or transportation

Paris Museum Pass

If you are planning on visiting more than one museum during your visit in Paris this pass is a great option.
With this pass you will have the following advantages:

  • Free admission to over 60 top museums permanent collections and monuments in and around Paris. Examples include the Louvre, Arc de Triumph, Palace of Versailles, Centre Pompidou, Orsay museum
  • Skip the line access to a number of the city's top museums
  • Most importantly, you will save a lot of money - the pass costs only a fraction of the cost of individual entry at each of these museums.

The pass is valid from 2 to 6 days depending on the option booked
The pass is valid from the time it is activated at the first museum for consecutive days. If, for example, you begin using your Pass at 15:30, that day will be considered as day 1.
Note that, children under 18 and European citizens under 26 are allowed free access to most of the museums and monuments included in the Paris Museum Pass itinerary