4 Day Paris Itinerary total saving of over €111.50

Make the most of your time in Paris with a planned itinerary, this will ensure you see the best of Paris – and without rushing! We’ve put together a four day itinerary full of the most popular attractions, museums and monuments around the city so you can experience all that Paris has to offer.

Day 1

Hop On Hop Off Bus Tour

Hop On Hop Off Bus Tour Normal entry €38.00

There’s no better way to see the sights of Paris than aboard a Big Bus Tour of the city. Take in the breath-taking cityscape of Paris as you pass iconic landmarks like the Eiffel Tower, Louvre Museum, Musée d’Orsay and drive along the River Seine. Hop on and off to create your own sightseeing itinerary for the morning.

Paris Aquarium Cineaqua

Paris Aquarium Cineaqua Normal entry €20.50

The much-loved Paris Aquarium, Cinéaqua, is one of the cities top attractions for the family. Did you know it boasts the title of the largest tank in France? With over 500 species living in over 3,500 m2 of water, visit Europe’s finest aquarium to discover an exciting and abundant natural world, all below the sea. You'll see sharks, sea urchins, clown fish and more, as you learn about their underwater life through the help of divers throughout the day.


Sainte-Chapelle Normal entry €11.50

Visit Sainte-Chapelle to see the world's largest collection of original stained glass windows and marvel at the 13th century Gothic architecture. Sainte-Chapelle was an architectural and aesthetic marvel of its day and at one time the most important and holy place in the whole world.

Bateaux Parisiene River Cruise

Bateaux Parisiene River Cruise Normal entry €15.00

A Seine River Cruise is a great way to experience Paris from the water. Get unique views of the city as you travel along the River Seine through the heart of the city, passing iconic landmarks like Notre Dame Cathedral, Musée d’Orsay and back to the Eiffel Tower in a one hour round trip. Live commentary will keep you entertained with city secrets and facts about the monuments as you go.


Total Ticket Price €85.00

Day 2

Montmartre Walking Tour

Montmartre Walking Tour Normal entry €29.00

Take to the streets of Paris on this fun walking tour, Set in Paris. The city has been the backdrop to many hit Hollywood classics and modern movies over the years so follow a guided tour and see the areas and landmarks that inspired the stories of the Hunchback of Notre Dame, The Devil Wears Prada and Ratatouille. This two hour tour is a great way to familiarise yourself with the distinct neighbourhoods of Paris.

Picasso Museum

Picasso Museum Normal entry €14.00

Celebrate the works of one of the greatest artists of all time, Pablo Picasso, at the museum dedicated to his artworks. Set in the stunning Hotel Salé, there are over 5,000 pieces on display from artworks, sculptures, photographs and sketches. Visitors can admire iconic masterpieces such as his Self-Portrait, The Kiss and other pieces from his personal archives.

Centre Pompidou

Centre Pompidou Normal entry €14.00

Boasting the title of Europe’s largest modern art gallery, the Centre Pompidou has over 50,000 works on display including videos, photography, paintings, sculpture and drawings; featuring masterpieces from Picasso, Duchamp, Ernst and Miró among many others. Don’t forget to stop in at the impressive library and roof top restaurant for panoramic views over central Paris.

Montparnasse Tower

Montparnasse Tower Normal entry €18.00

As the only skyscraper in Paris, the Montparnasse Tower is the place to go for uninterrupted views of the city. Up on the 56th floor, the observation deck has 360 degree views over the city from up at 689 feet high. On a clear day you can even see up to 40km away and when the sun goes down you can catch spectacular sunsets over Paris, too.


Total Ticket Price €75.00

Day 3

The Orsay Museum

The Orsay Museum Normal entry €14.00

Set within a converted train station, this Beaux Arts building is one of the finest in Paris not only for its art but for its architecture. Sat on the banks of the River Seine it commands one of the best views in the city, and inside has a range of art and sculptures on show dating between 1848 – 1915, by Delacroix, Manet, Gauguin, Cézanne, Monet, Renoir, Sisley and van Gogh, among others.

Stade de France Guided Tour

Stade de France Guided Tour Normal entry €15.00

ENJOY A BEHIND-THE-SCENES VISIT TO FRANCE'S NATIONAL STADE DE FRANCE AND EXPLORE THE HOME OF THE FRENCH FOOTBALL AND RUGBY TEAMS WITH A GUIDED TOUR. The sixth-largest stadium in Europe and 10th-largest stadium in the world, the Stade de France was opened in 1998 and has hosted matches from the 1998 FIFA World Cup, UEFA Champions League finals in 2000 and 2006 as well as the 1999 and 2007 Rugby World Cup, making it the only stadium in the world to play host to both the Football World Cup and Ruby World Cup finals.

Louvre Museum

Louvre Museum Normal entry €17.00

The Louvre Museum is a world class art gallery known for its priceless art works spanning over 2000 years. With over eight departments ranging from Egyptian Antiquities, to classic sculptures and paintings, you can admire works from 4000 BC right up to the 19th century. Don’t miss the famous Mona Lisa and Liberty Leading the People before you leave!

Les Caves du Louvre Wine Tasting

Les Caves du Louvre Wine Tasting Normal entry €32.00

Finish off the day with a French Wine Tasting experience at one of the capital’s best wine bars, O Chateau. Their expert sommeliers will have you trying and tasting some of the best French grapes, teaching you how to tell the difference between a Chablis and a Chardonnay. You’ll leave with a new professional palette to take you through the night!


Total Ticket Price €78.00

Day 4

Covered Passages Walking Tour

Covered Passages Walking Tour Normal entry €24.00

Paris has remained the world’s centre of fashion since the 18th century. Discover its lesser-known fashion gems in the capital’s hidden streets on this Walking Tour in the Parisian Covered Passages. On this 1-hour guided walking tour of Paris’ hidden streets, you’ll discover the quirky history of the 19th district of Paris. Learn about how these paths were forged as a way of escaping the hustle and bustle of the city into an oasis of calm. Famed for its glorious architecture, these streets became a commercial meeting spot for intellectuals and romantics. Uncover their stories while walking on a little-known route around the city.

Arc De Triomphe

Arc De Triomphe Normal entry €13.00

One of the most iconic triumphal monuments in Paris, the Arc de Triomphe is symbolic for its military significance as a monument to all fallen French soldiers. Commissioned by Napoleon in the early 19th century, you can admire the neoclassic pillars and sculptures and engraved names of the leaders of the French Revolution. Climb up to the viewing platform for stunning views over Paris and the Etoile, not forgetting to see the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, too.

Grevin Wax Museum

Grevin Wax Museum Normal entry €24.50

If you’re in Paris with the kids, the Grevin Wax Museum is a must for them to meet their Hollywood heroes, popstars and idols. There are over 300 wax figures on display from Brad Pitt to George Clooney, Barack Obama and Madonna. Learn about the arduous process that goes into creating one of these life-like models from make up to modelling on a guided tour.

Palace of Versailles

Palace of Versailles Normal entry €18.00

Experience the opulence of the Palace of Versailles: tour the grand apartments and discover its stunning Hall of Mirrors. The Palace of Versailles is one of the largest and most opulent castles in the world. A fine example of 18th-century French architecture and art, it is one of the most visited attractions – and castles – in France, as well as being a UNESCO’s World Heritage site and must-see French landmark.


Total Ticket Price €79.50

The total ticket cost for the above itinerary would set you back €317.50 without a Paris Pass, not to mention having to buy a 4 day Travelcard to get from one attraction to the next.

With a 4 Day Paris Pass, you would save over €111.50 – which also includes a free Metro ticket – so the benefits are obvious!