Paris Visite Card
Travellers can purchase a Paris Visite pass for different periods of 1, 2, 3 or 5 days. The validity period starts at midnight on the first day and ends at midnight on the last day.
At the back of the card you have to write your personal information.
The Paris Visite pass can be purchased for two different zones: 1-3 and 1-5. The first (zone 1-3) is enough to get around the centre of Paris. The second (1-5) is useful if you need to go to the Orly Airport, Charles de Gaulle Airport or Disneyland.
|Validity||Adults Zones 1-3||Adults Zones 1-5||Children* Zones 1-3||Children* Zones 1-5|
|1 Day||12€ (US$13)||25,25€ (US$27.3)||6€ (US$6.5)||12,60€ (US$13.6)|
|2 Days||19,50€ (US$21.1)||38,35€ (US$41.5)||9,75€ (US$10.6)||19,15€ (US$20.7)|
|3 Days||26,65€ (US$28.8)||53,75€ (US$58.2)||13,30€ (US$14.4)||26,85€ (US$29)|
|5 Days||38,35€ (US$41.5)||65,80€ (US$71.2)||19,15€ (US$20.7)||32,90€ (US$35.6)|
*Children (ages 4 to 11)
Is It Worthwhile?
The Paris Visite is quite expensive and it is only worth purchasing if you’re staying in Paris only for a couple of days, going to Disneyland, or if you would like to get to the airport by public transport. If this is your case, then we recommend purchasing the Paris Visite zones 1-5.
The Passe Navigo is a cheaper option if you’re staying in Paris for over three days.