France: How to Save Time and Money Visiting 60 Paris Tourist Attractions

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Paris Pass gives visitors to the French capital entry to more than 60 of the city’s most popular tourist attractions. Fast track entry is included at some spots. Unlimited transit and a hop-on, hop-off bus tour is included.

As one of the world’s most popular travel destinations, Paris is full of exciting tourist attractions. But entrance fees can add up, and lines to buy tickets can be lengthy and slow-moving.

For a flat fee, Paris Pass allows visitors the chance to visit more than 60 of the most popular tourist attractions in Paris.

I’m talking museums, cathedrals, monuments, palaces – the list goes on!

What’s more, at many of the tourist attractions covered by the scheme, pass holders don’t have to wait in line. They can simply flash their pass to gain entrance!

And if you’ve ever seen the lines at some of these spots, believe me! The time you save is probably worth more than the money you save!

Other perks include free passage on public transit and a hop-on, hop-off tour of the city. Passes are good for 2, 4, or 6 days.

Here’s What’s Included …

  • Entrance to more than 60 museums and monuments;
  • Cruise on the Seine River;
  • Tour of Montparnasse;
  • Wine Tasting experience;
  • Unlimited us of hop-on, hop-off bus tour for one day;
  • Unlimited travel on the metro, buses, and RER within Central Paris;
  • Fast-track entry at selected museums and other tourist attractions;
  • 120+ page guidebook;
  • Exclusive offers at selected shops and restaurants.

The Louvre Museum, the Orsay Museum, National Museum of the Renaissance, the Museum of Asian Arts, and the Dali Exhibition are among the many museums and art galleries that are covered by Paris Pass.

Monuments include the Arc of Triumph, the Pantheon, and Montparnasse Tower.

Historic buildings include Notre Dame Cathedral, the Palace of Versailles, the Basilica Cathedral of Saint-Denis, and the House of Auguste Rodin at Meudon.

Many of the other top tourist attractions in Paris are free anyway. There is no charge to stroll up and down the Champs-Elysees, one of the world’s premier shopping streets. And of course there is no charge for window shopping!

People watching in the city’s beautiful parks is free – as is sitting on a bench overlooking the Seine River.

There is no charge to take a selfie in front of the Eiffle Tower! But if you decide to ascend the tower, you’ll have to pay. It’s one of the few paid Parisian tourist attractions that is NOT included in the package.

 

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