Saving on sightseeing in Paris

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France is the most popular country for tourists in the world. Every year, there are approximately 80 million foreign visitors. So you can expect to see so amazing things in Paris but also long lines everywhere in the most important attractions. 

This is why I suggest you to buy the Paris Pass because it is for sure your VIP ticket for fast track and free entry for a long list of museums and attraction in Paris. 

Believe me,  IT IS WORTH THE MONEY! 

What is the cost of  the Paris Pass? 

The cost for the Paris Pass is: 

2 days:131.00 €

3 days: 160.00 €

4 days: 189.00 €

6 days: 224.00 €

What is included in the Paris Pass? 

  • Access to Paris’ top museums and monuments.
  • Metro + Bus travel for the duration of your pass.
  • 1 Day Hop-On-Hop-Off Bus Tour.
  • Seine River Cruise.
  • Entry to a few other sights like the Palais Garnier & Versailles.

What is not included in the Paris Pass? 

 Note that the Eiffel Tower is not included in the Pass. 

Is it Worth the Money?

I think that for someone who is coming the first time to Paris, it is worth the money. 

Of course, this is the case if you are planning to see the maximum in Paris and you don’t want to spend so many time in a line to enter a museum or a monuments.  

If you are not sure about it, you can write down the list of all the museums, monuments and attractions that you are planning to visit. Then you can calculate the sum of the entry fees and compare it to the Paris Pass value. 

 Consider the prices below: 

Palace of Versailles — €20.00 

One-Day Hop-on Hop-off Bus Tour — €31.00

Paris Opera House (Palais Garnier Opéra) — 11.00

Arc de Triomphe —  €12.00

Notre Dame Cathedral Towers — €10.00

Montparnasse Tower —  €15.00

Panthéon — €9.00

Trust me, you’ll enjoy skipping lines with you Paris Pass! Just make sure that you have it before you get to Paris. 

Click here to buy the Paris Pass. 

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