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Paris City Pass

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About This Activity

  • Free cancellation: Cancel up to 24 hours in advance for a full refund
  • Valid for 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6 days
  • Visit as many Paris attractions as you like
  • Save up to 35% vs buying individual attraction tickets
  • Provided by TurboPass

Highlights

  • Savor French wine on a tasting at Les Caves du Louvre
  • Experience the Eiffel Tower from within on a guided climb
  • Enjoy the city sights aboard a Seine River Cruise
  • Discover these and other unique experiences with a 2 or 3-days Paris Pass
  • Save time and money compared to buying separate attraction tickets
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FULL DESCRIPTION

Discover Paris the smart way! Experience the city of love, with the Paris City Pass! Visit all of the city’s famous sights, museums and attractions – with just one ticket. The City Pass includes the Palace of Versailles, the world-famous Louvre and the Paris Museums Pass, which gives you free entry to over 50+ other museums and monuments in and around Paris. Want to see more of the city? A city tour on the iconic Hop-on Hop-off bus is also included, as well as an exciting balloon ride and a panoramic boat tour on the Seine river. Ch... Read more

Discover Paris the smart way! Experience the city of love, with the Paris City Pass! Visit all of the city’s famous sights, museums and attractions – with just one ticket. The City Pass includes the Palace of Versailles, the world-famous Louvre and the Paris Museums Pass, which gives you free entry to over 50+ other museums and monuments in and around Paris. Want to see more of the city? A city tour on the iconic Hop-on Hop-off bus is also included, as well as an exciting balloon ride and a panoramic boat tour on the Seine river. Check out all included attractions, sights & museums.

Not to forget: Our guided tours on foot and by bike as well as a wine tasting at the Caves du Louvre. Is this your first time in Paris? Take the opportunity to book the city’s landmark, the Eiffel Tower, as an optional extra. The Paris City Pass is available for 2 to 6 days and is therefore just as flexible as you are. Très bien!

Validity: The Paris City Pass, tailored to your needs, comes in options of 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6 consecutive days. A ‘day’ is defined as a calendar day, starting at 5.30 am and concluding at 5.30 am the following day. With the 3-day pass, you enjoy an extra day of free access to over 50 museums thanks to the included Paris Museum Pass, making it a total of 4 days. Similarly, the 5-day pass expands your museum exploration to 6 days instead of just 5. From the moment you use your pass at the first attraction or tour, it becomes activated. Note that every attraction can be visited once without additional charge, and the initial use of the pass should be within 12 months from the purchase date. We recommend carrying a valid photo ID (such as an identity card, passport, or driving license) for verification purposes.

Exciting times are ahead! Paris is the proud host of the 2024 Olympic Games, bringing an unparalleled energy to the entire city. If you want to experience the vibrant atmosphere of the Games and discover the beauty of Paris at the same time, then the Paris City Pass is your perfect companion. However, please note that there may be temporary changes to the opening times and availability of some attractions during this exciting event. We therefore recommend planning your visits in advance and remaining flexible to get the most out of your stay in Paris. Look forward to unforgettable moments during the Olympic Games in this wonderful city!

Included

  • Free admission to 50+ museums, tours, attractions and sites included in the Paris Pass (see full description)
  • The 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6 days pass is valid for entry to any included attraction or tour
  • Guided Tours with Local Insights

Know Before You Go

  • Enhance your Parisian adventure by opting for an upgrade to your Paris City Pass, which includes a guided tour and access with the elevator to the Eiffel Tower’s 2nd floor.
  • The Paris City Pass offers a complete list of all attractions and tours, including their opening hours, terms and conditions, and contact information. It is recommended to check the official website of each attraction or tour for exact information.
  • Note that every attraction can be visited once without additional charge, and the initial use of the pass should be within 12 months from the purchase date.
  • We recommend carrying a valid photo ID (such as an identity card, passport, or driving license) for verification purposes.
  • Discounted offer for children. You will not normally receive a pass for children under the age of 3 or 4 as entry to most attractions in the respective city is free for them.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a City Pass? The City Pass is an access ticket for various attractions and sights. Depending on the city, the ticket can be valid for 1, 2, 3 or more days. You can visit all attractions within the selected period of validity without having to buy another ticket. The City Pass also includes city or boat tours and often also special activities. Your City Pass is a practical sightseeing package that allows you to organise tickets for many attractions at once – making your city trip simply unforgettable.

Is there a Pass for children and teens? There is a discounted offer for children and young people. You will not normally receive a pass for children under the age of 3 or 4, for example, as entry to most attractions in the respective city is free for them.

What are must-see attractions in Paris? Must-see attractions include the Eiffel Tower, Louvre Museum, Notre-Dame Cathedral, Montmartre and the Sacré-Cœur Basilica, Champs-Élysées and the Arc de Triomphe, and the Musée d’Orsay.

What is Paris known for? Paris is known for its rich history, iconic landmarks like the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre Museum, and Notre-Dame Cathedral, its vibrant arts and culture scene, world-renowned cuisine, and as a center for fashion and romance.

What is the best time to visit Paris? The best times to visit Paris are in the spring (April to June) and fall (September to November) when the weather is mild, and the tourist crowds are smaller.

How do I get around Paris? Paris has an extensive public transportation system, including the Métro (subway), buses, and trams. Taxis and rideshare services like Uber are also available. Walking and biking are popular ways to explore the city, especially in central areas.

How much time should I reserve for the Louvre museum? To see the highlights, plan to spend at least 3-4 hours. A full day allows for a more comprehensive visit, though you could easily spend multiple days exploring the vast collection.

What are some must-try foods in Paris? Must-try foods include croissants, baguettes, macarons, crepes, escargot, duck confit, and various cheeses. Don’t forget to try some French wine and pastries from local patisseries.

Do I need to make reservations at Paris restaurants? It’s recommended to make reservations for popular and high-end restaurants, especially for dinner. For casual dining and cafes, reservations are usually not necessary.

Is Paris safe for tourists? Paris is generally safe for tourists, but like any major city, it’s important to stay vigilant. Be aware of pickpockets, especially in crowded tourist areas and on public transportation. Stick to well-lit and populated areas at night.

Do people speak English in Paris? Many Parisians, especially in the hospitality industry and tourist areas, speak some English. However, learning a few basic phrases in French can be helpful and is appreciated by locals.

What should I pack for a trip to Paris? Pack comfortable walking shoes, weather-appropriate clothing (layers are good for unpredictable weather), a travel umbrella, a stylish outfit for dining out, and a good camera. Don’t forget a universal adapter for your electronics.

What are some cultural etiquette tips for visiting Paris? Greet people with “Bonjour” (good day) or “Bonsoir” (good evening) before starting a conversation. Say “Merci” (thank you) and “Au revoir” (goodbye) when leaving. It’s also polite to greet shopkeepers when entering and leaving stores. Dress modestly when visiting churches and religious sites.

How do I tip in Paris? Tipping in Paris is not as customary as in some other countries because service charges are usually included in the bill. However, it’s common to leave a small tip (5-10%) for exceptional service or round up the bill in cafes and casual restaurants.

Where are the best places to shop in Paris? Popular shopping areas include the Champs-Élysées, Le Marais, Boulevard Haussmann (for department stores like Galeries Lafayette and Printemps), and Rue Saint-Honoré. For luxury brands, visit the Golden Triangle (Triangle d’Or).

FEATURED REVIEW(S)

4.3/5 stars – based on 401 reviews


I found out about Turbo pass while researching visiting attractions in Paris. It seemed as a good choice as we stayed there for a week and wanted to see as much as we could.
Me and my partner made an order 3 days pass + free 4 days museum pass and it was an excellent choice. It is very easy to navigate and everything was written on the pass how to use it for each attraction.
Unfortunately, 7 days in Paris were not enough to see everything that is meant with this pass but we managed to see so much. I especially loved Museum pass as you don’t have to wait in a line. It saves time and energy.
With well planned visits, you can see so much. I would recommend to check in advance where you have to book a ticket in advance for your visit as it can happen they don’t have free time slots during your stay. However, it’s well spent money and definitely payed off. We saved a lot of money and time.
Nikoleta – Serbia


The Paris Pass was a good investment, definitely worth buying.
Evelyn – Germany


Turbopass Paris City Pass, museum pass, and Eiffel Tower pass made my trip to Paris the best experience. Myself and my party were able to visit every place on our list. The Seine River Cruise was fantastic. The 24 hour Hop on Hop off Toot bus enabled us to use it the afternoon of day one and morning of day two. Tour to second floor of Eiffel Tower was very easy to use. Took the Toot bus to the Arc de Triompe and the Eiffel Tower and the Seine Cruise. Museum pass made getting into the Palace of Versailles and other museums very easy. It was totally worth the reasonably priced fee.
Patricia – United States

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