Is the Paris Pass worth it?
Before a trip to Paris, there are many decisions to be made – especially if you’re coming from further afield. You want to cost-effectively see and do as much as possible; visit all the typical Paris attractions and experience everything the city has to offer. But how? This usually comes with a price and usually a lengthy time-scale is required to make sure you’ve can fit everything you have planned into your holiday. But that’s where The Paris Pass comes in. The Paris Pass is a sightseer’s saving grace. The answer to all your tourist needs, it will help you make the most out of your holiday – while helping you save money and time. We know that both time and money are precious when you are away, and there’s a limit to how much you can do. Our promise is to help you make the most of what’s available and give you a little extra at the end, too. How it works is this: the pass, made up of the attractions pass and Paris Museums Pass, grants you free entry to over 60 top attractions in Paris. That means no extra money is required to get into the most popular landmarks, museums and monuments in Paris. For instance, you won’t have to pay to get into the iconic Louvre Museum, nor will you have to buy a hop on hop off bus tour ticket, or pay for an Introductory Wine Tasting Course – they’re all included in the price of the pass. Too good to be true? Simply show up to your chosen attraction and show your Paris Pass to the member of stall at the entrance or ticket barrier and they will let you straight through. At a number of attractions, the pass will also act as your VIP ticket in with Fast Track Entry privileges – so you can walk past the queues (which can be pretty long in peak months) and save yourself a few hours of waiting. What’s more, you won’t even need to pay extra to get around either as a Paris Visite Pass, a Travelcard, is included in the package. Meaning you can ride the metro, trams, RER and buses for free for the duration of your Paris Pass package. It’s that easy. In durations of 2, 4, and 6 days you can chose the pass to most suit your trip. The longer the pass duration though, the more value for money you get. The Paris Pass allows for flexible sightseeing, with the aim to give back to the sightseer. Not only does the pass grant you free entry into a number of Paris’s most popular attractions, but it also gives you a wide range of discounts and other offers, too, like shopping and dining discounts. It doesn’t stop there, the Paris Pass package even includes a free guidebook, too, with over 120 detailed pages listing all the attractions included in the pass, as well as opening times, normal entry costs and address and directions. You’ll also find a map and metro map as well as top tips and itineraries to make the most of the city. So, in short, is The Paris Pass worth it? Yes!
- It’s tailor-made for the modern sightseer
- It’s an all-inclusive pass that allows you entry into over 60 of Paris’s top attractions
- It includes a travelcard for unlimited journeys on Paris’s transport network
- It’s great for families, independent travellers, seasoned travellers, couples and small groups
- It promises to save you money and time by its partnerships with Paris’s top attractions granting you free and fast track entry at selected locations