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The City of Paris offers tourists two different city cards for accessing attractions, skipping queues, using public transport, and much more included. Here are some of the best landmarks included in the price!
The world's grandest art museum boasts masterpieces from the Mona Lisa to the Venus de Milo. Look at the winding lines and remember that the Paris Pass gives you skip-the-line entry!
On the outskirts of Paris lies Versailles, one of its most opulent palaces. Discover why France's former royals were so distracted from political affairs! Dress code: flamboyant. (Not really.)
It's far from Paris' prettiest landmark, but the top-floor terrace at Tour Montparnasse lets visitors view the city's lookers in a single eyeful!
With over 50,000 works running the 19th and 20th century gamut, from Duchamp to Picasso, the Centre Pompidou is the European capital of modern art.
Palais Garnier, Paris' opera house is a caricature of 19th century tastes. Even back then it drew criticism for being so ostentatious. Check out its marble staircase and seven-ton chandelier!
As well as free, skip-the-line admission to monuments, the Paris Pass includes free tours, a guidebook, and use of public transport, as well as discounts at selected shops and restaurants. However, note that under-26's from the EU can already enter state museums for free (albeit after queuing). If you're only interested in the museums, it might be cheaper to purchase the lone Paris Museum Pass and a separate Visite public transport ticket.
Online of course (including on GetYourGuide!), but if you'd prefer to wait until you're there then the Paris Museum Pass can be purchased at both Orly and Charles de Gaulle airports. The all-inclusive Paris Pass can be bought at Paris Pass Desk, "Les Delices" Grand Rex, 33 rue Poissonniere, 75002.
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Having this pass helped my family immensely while we were touring Paris. It saved us literal HOURS by not having to wait in line for tickets at individual sites. Purchasing it ahead of time relieved stress on our budget. With so many options and places to visit, we went to many that we just happened to be near allowing our schedule to flow easily and brought us to many that we either were unaware of or wouldn't have thought to visit! This is definitely a must for the savvy traveler!
The pass was well worth the money as we went to many of the places and were able to skip the lines which saved valuable time. The only negative was that even though we had a mobile app for it, no one was willing to take it. The office to pick up the app was far away from us and VERY inconvenient to get to. The address was difficult to see on the street. When we mentioned the app that no one would take, they sympathized and said "well, this us Paris." Oh well...
We saved time at several places such as the Louvre and the Orsay museums. This pass is not accepted at Montparnasse Tower; you need the Museum pass card or tickets specifically bought for Montparnasse Tower. Staff was helpful when we picked up the passes and were asking questions snout what to see.
The pass would be benefecial for people staying in Paris for 3 days at least to cover many museums. The arrangement should be also grouped according to location so people can easily plan the visits. Also, the office is quite far from the musems.
I bought the 2 day pass and ended up going to 4 venues that ended up costing about the same as what I paid for the MP. But for 2 of those places (Louvre and Musee Dorsay), the lines for buying tickets would have added maybe 2 more hours.