The tourist pass includes, as well as all the attractions available in the Paris Museum Pass, the following sightseeing and activities:
- Opera of Paris, Palais Garnier
- Musée Grévin
- Hop on, hop off bus (Big Bus Paris)
- Seine River Cruise (Bateaux Parisiens)
- Tour Montparnasse
- Basilica of Saint-Denis
- Espace Dalí
- French Wine Tasting
To see the whole list, visit the Paris Pass official website:
Unlimited travel in the center of Paris
|Number of days||Adults||Youth (ages 12 - 17)||Children (ages 4 - 11)|
|2||€ 131 (US$ 156)||€ 81 (US$ 96.40)||€ 44 (US$ 52.40)|
|3||€ 165 (US$ 196.50)||€ 100 (US$ 119.10)||€ 50 (US$ 59.50)|
|4||€ 196 (US$ 233.50)||€ 109 (US$ 129.80)||€ 57 (US$ 67.90)|
|6||€ 244 (US$ 290.60)||€ 135 (US$ 160.80)||€ 75 (US$ 89.30)|
It is worthwhile?
The tourist card is for visitors who wish to visit Paris in depth. If the aim of your trip is to go shopping in the Champs-Élysées or to take your children to Disneyland, this pass is not worth purchasing. If, on the other hand, you wish to explore Paris and the French culture, then this is your pass, saving money in the process.
If we compare it to the Paris Museum Pass, the Paris Pass offers entry to the Espace Dalí or the Musée Grévin, as well as access to the best museums and attractions, a hop on, hop off bus tour of Paris, a cruise down the River Seine or a tour of the Palais Garnier. Therefore, it depends on what you want to do during your stay in the city to be able to choose between the Paris Museum Pass or the Paris Pass.
Where to purchase the Paris Pass?
You can purchase the Paris Pass on our website. Upon arrival in Paris, you can collect it at the “Paris Pass Desk”, rue de Cléry, 74. The closest metro station is Sentier.