Why choose The Paris Pass® this Easter?

The Paris Pass® offers plenty of ways to plan, save and sightsee more effectively during your trip. But to make sure you see the very best sights during Easter, follow this tailored itinerary. You'll save at every included attraction. And this is before you make the most of the exclusive passholder deals and discounts also available to you throughout the duration of your pass. 

 

The Louvre

The most visited art gallery in the world and unquestionably one of the finest, the Louvre Museum is home to classic works of art from Mona Lisa to Venus de Milo, as well as thousands of classic and modern masterpieces. This popular attraction is bound to get more popular during Easter. Book your time slot when collecting your pass at The Paris Pass® redemption center, or through this link. And remember, you can only book once you have received your Paris Museum Pass as you will need your pass number. 

 

 

Centre Pompidou 

Centre Pompidou is the largest museum of modern art in Europe. Featuring art from the late 19th and 20th Century, its collections and galleries feature over 50,000 works, from artistic movements such as fauvism, cubism, surrealism and abstract expressionism. It features masterpieces by Picasso, Duchamp, Ernst and Miró among many others. The building itself is also considered an architectural masterpiece. The centre will be playing host to a number of dance, music, drama and performance pieces over the Easter period. 

 

 

Saint Chapelle

Discover Sainte-Chapelle: home to the world's largest collection of original stained glass windows. Sainte-Chapelle was a contemporary architectural marvel. Today, its 13th-century Gothic aesthetic is still proving to be a breathtaking sight to visitors from all over the world. Visit its official attraction page for Easter events and concerts. 

 

 

1-Day Hop-On, Hop-Off Bus Tour

This hop-on, hop-off bus tour is valid for one calendar day and allows you disembark and re-join the tour at any of the nine stops along the way. Make the most of a full day of Paris's best sights while enjoying some off-the-beaten-path spots along the way. Your knowledgeable, insightful and entertaining tour guides will ensure you discover the secrets of Paris unknown to most locals, making the most of your Easter vacation. 

Orsay Museum

Hop off at Orsay Museum. This world-class art gallery, displays works by Cézanne, Monet, Renoir and Manet in its stunning converted Beaux-Arts railway station interior. Enjoy three floors of notable and lesser-known works and special exhibits on during March and April. 

 

 

Palace of Versailles

The Palace of Versailles is one of the largest and most opulent castles in the world and a prime location for an Easter stroll. A fine example of 18th-century French architecture and art, it is one of the most visited attractions – and castles – in France. This UNESCO World Heritage site contains the stunning Chapel of Versailles, The Grand Apartment and Marie Antoinette’s apartment. 

 

 

Montmarte Walking Tour

Montmartre is an historic Parisian district synonymous with artists and cultural icons. Home to iconic talents such as Modigliani, Monet, Degas, Toulouse-Lautrec, Picasso, Van Gogh and more during the Belle Époque, the area has a storied history waiting to be told. Join an expert guide for a 2-hour tour and enjoy a commentary on Montmarte’s history, get tips from local food specialists and discover its stunning architecture.

 

 

 

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