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Find out how you can save money, save time and see the best sights Paris has to offer. Make an informed decision and compare other Paris sightseeing passes to work out if this one is the right one for you.

What is the best sightseeing Pass in Paris?

Visitors to Paris have a several options of sightseeing products they can purchase and use, each pass delivers different experience to the Paris visitors. Here you can see what is available to you and benefits of each product.

Product Information The Paris Pass Paris Museum Pass Paris Museum Pass & Travelcard Combo
Free entry to over 60 museums, monuments & art galleries Yes Yes Yes
Metro Travelcard Yes No Yes
Free entry to an additional 7 attractions including a wine tasting, Montparnasse Tower & a river cruise Yes No No
Free 1 day hop-on-hop-off bus tour ticket Yes No No
Free 120+ page guidebook Yes No No
Skip the lines at certain attractions Yes Yes Yes
Special offers for resturants, shops and more Yes No No

Conclusion

The Paris Pass is the complete sightseeing package which will allow you to experience more and ultimately save more money. Not only do you get entry to top museums and monuments such the Louvre, Orsay and Arc de Triomphe, and a Metro Travelcard but also get to take advantage of:

  • A detailed and informative 120+ page guidebook available in 3 languages which is full of handy travel tips for Paris and is helpful when planning your sightseeing adventure

  • A 1 day hop-on-hop-off bus tour ticket 

  • A fine wine tasting experience, relaxing cruise along the River Seine, visit to the popular Grevin Wax Museum, a trip to the top of the Montparnasse Tower for fantastic panoramic views of Paris – all worth over €58

  • Optional insurance for a money back guarantee and peace of mind

  • Additional discounts and exclusive special offers at shops such Galleries Lafayette and at restaurants such as Hard Rock Café and Chez Clement which make your trip even cheaper!

Moreover, the Paris Pass is a perfect tour guide in English, German and Spanish. Something very useful if you don’t speak French - with the 120 page guide and maps you will never be lost in Paris.

Want to learn more about the Paris Pass? Check out the full list of Paris attractions you can visit for free.