Enjoy stress free travel in Paris and make the most of you sightseeing experience when you use The Paris Visite Pass
Paris Public Transport Network is one of the biggest in the world and may seem a little intimidating to new visitors. With access to Paris Metro, RER, Buses, Trams, SNCF Overland Suburban Trains, and the Montmartre Funicular a day’s travel round Paris can also be very expensive.
That’s why every Paris Pass includes a useful Travelcard known as the Paris Visite Pass which takes care of all your travel needs so you can relax and enjoy a sightseeing adventure.
What do you get with The Paris Visite Pass?
It has been created for visitors to ease their travel experience and save them money. The benefits of the card include:
- Unlimited journeys on all Paris Metros, RER, Buses, Trams, SNCF Overland Suburban Trains, and the Montmartre Funicular within zones 1 – 3, which covers the entire of central Paris (no access to airports)
- A hassle free and cost efficient day as you don’t need to buy lots of different tickets.
Every card is activated when you first use it and remains valid for the duration purchased, be it two, four or six days. It is important to note that a ‘day’ is based on a calendar day, so should you use your pass at 4pm on Monday, Monday is counted as day one of your pass usage.
The Metro train system is open from 5:20 a.m. until 1:20 a.m., so you are able to travel in Paris at your leisure - even if you’re a night owl!
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Every major city in the world should have one. An absolutely brilliant way to see the major sights, sounds and tastes of Paris. It made our weeks visit easy, efficient, delightful and fun. A must for every Parisian visitor.
Jennifer Cook, UK
After much internet research, my friend and I purchased the Paris Pass online. We bought the 4 day option which worked well for us. We had already identified a list of attractions we wanted to see and the Paris Pass fit this well, plus it had the 4 days of metro access! Was a convenient way to see Paris that still offered a lot of flexibilit
Samantha Garner from Philly