Paris City Pass

The day pass for more than 60 museums and attractions, including metro.

Paris City Pass

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" Freedom! "

5

I have been to Paris several times before but this time, I was able to do a lot more and experience Paris like I have never before. I loved being able to jump on the metro or a bus knowing it won’t cost me extra. It also took us to museums that we would have never paid to go in before. We had the freedom to just get up and go rather than trying to work out if going somewhere was ‘worth it’ or not.

. from London, 11/2016
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"good arrangement"

5

It was pleasant for me to be able to select and some sightseeing only perform short, some museums have visited it twice.

, 11/2016
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"Everything perfect"

5

Everything was very relaxed with the Pass you had not line up on the long cash line. At Arc de Triomphe, there is even an entrance for people with the Pass. We were very satisfied!

. from Dietzenbach , 11/2016
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"Highly Recommended!!!"

5

I was with my daughter 4 days in Paris and will Paris henceforth always visit with the CityPass. It simplifies everything and it's fun just about anywhere to get through quickly and efficiently.

. from Köln, 11/2016
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"A round thing"

5

The City Pass is the best decision for a trip to Paris. No waiting times at the Louvre, a boat trip on the Seine, almost no waiting times at the museums, it´s just awesome. An important note: The Metro subway ticket is valid for the bus lines in Paris as well. It´s great to discover Paris by overground. Because of that we started using the bus. It´s almost as fast as going by metro and its a great way to see Paris while driving around.

. from Mühlacker, 11/2016
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"Anytime again with the City Pass!"

5

Paris is always worth the trip!

, 10/2016
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"Priority entrance to the museums has saved us a lot of time."

5

The fact that we did not have to queue thanks Paris City Pass at the Louvre, has saved us valuable time and we could see a lot more of Paris.

. from Dortmund, 10/2016

"Louvre, Musée d'Orsay, boat trip - everything included "

5

Besides many other attractions we really enjoyed the Seine river boat trip where you can see many of the important sites without walking that much.

. from Rotterdam, 10/2016

"definitely worth it if you can maximize it "

4

I would recommend the pass over the other companies. first off, its cheaper than the other paris pass out there. I got the three days pass with two museum day access. if you plan out your schedule properly, it is definitely worth getting. I used my metro pass only two out of the three days because I had family driving me around on one of the days, even so, I thought the pass was worth it as it allowed me bypass at the Arc du triomphe, louvre museum which cuts a lot of time from lining up! I went to about an average of 3 museums or attractions a day with pass. it was easy to pick up at galleria Lafayette but you can also get it mailed to you.

, 10/2018
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"Can be recommended ..."

4

But it's probably worth it if you spend more than 2 days in Paris. Then you can use all the inclusive stuff more. In the shortness of time we have only made that most important for us. It's not that great that you have to wait at least 2 hours in Versailles and in some cases still pay dearly if there is an event there. With the public transport everything worked out great.

, 10/2018

"Great way to visit!"

4

This package is worth the price. We were able to go everywhere we wanted with out trouble. They should provide a shuttle from the airport since we were new to the city we didn't know how to get to our hotel and took us way longer than it should have.

. from USA, 09/2018

" It was a wonderful experience "

4

Having the pass was great for a family of four. The free rail ticket was absolutely helpful. \"Skip the line\", in most of the museums was good and hassle free.

It was a good decision to take the Turbo passes.

. from New Delhi / India, 08/2018
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"German-american City-Trip"

4

Basically good, works great almost everywhere, but Versailles was a disappointment. Priority access means 2 hours. At first it was not clear that in a three-day pass the museums can only be visited on 2 days. That would have to be made clearer.

, 08/2018

" Good pass with unlimited metro access "

4

We were in Paris for three and a half days. We enjoyed using pass and metro ticket. However, the metro does not cover the train to Versailles. When we followed instructions and got off the train to pay additional fare out of Zone 3. There was no one or a ticket booth to buy the ticket. The vending machine selling the ticket was not even working. If the Turbo pass includes Versaili museum pass, it should cover the train pass too. For tourist outside of France, it is very difficult for them to figure out things especially with a different language. That is my suggestions. Other then that, we enjoyed Turno pass and unlimited metro tickets for three days. It is excellent.

. from USA, 08/2018

"Opera is a must-go"

4

Guided tour is included with the pass at The Opera at fixed time. Make sure you check it first so that you dont have to wait.

, 08/2018
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"It was worth it!"

4

Well thought out of the stay and visits, the Turbopass in Paris is a great thing. The existing already tickets facilitate from the outset purely the movements in the city. We were 3 days in Paris and we saw a lot in the time.

. from Frankfurt, 08/2018
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"1 week holiday in Paris"

4

The Paris City Pass is a fine thing for many places of interest, as you can walk past the line and get straight to it. (Triumphal Arch, Louvre) For other sights, however, it also requires a previous registration. (2-3days) If you miss this one has no better chances. Then there are highlights of the city (sacre coeur or the catacombs) where the City Pass is not accepted. Here you have to check exactly what you want to see)

. from Germany, 08/2018

" City of Light "

4

Most of the museums close at 6 but there are some open late one weekday, check that if you are short of daytime visiting them

, 08/2018

"Worth it"

4

I found the Paris City pass to be expensive but worth it. My only critique would be to make the pick-up of the pass easier for tourists and to warn tourists that some museums are closed on certain days. The open use of the Metro system helped us a great deal, so did the fact that we did not have to stand in line for tickets at the main attractions.

. from South Africa, 07/2018

"Worth it"

4

I found the Paris City pass to be expensive but worth it. My only critique would be to make the pick-up of the pass easier for tourists and to warn tourists that some museums are closed on certain days. The open use of the Metro system helped us a great deal, so did the fact that we did not have to stand in line for tickets at the main attractions.

. from South Africa, 07/2018