Days Out | Sightseeing

Save money exploring Paris

We all know that Paris features world-renowned tourist attractions including the Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe, Notre Dame Cathedral and La Louve, to name but a few!

If you’re planning on visiting or taking your family to Paris for you holiday then consider purchasing the Paris Pass to save money in France.

What is the Paris Pass?

The Paris Pass is a specially designed sightseeing package that provides everything you need to discover the city of Paris.

With the Paris Pass you don’t have to pay to get into any of the attractions covered by the pass and the more sights you see the more beneficial the pass becomes.

Included within the Paris Pass package is:

Paris Museum Pass which includes free entry to over 55 or Paris’s museums and monuments.
Paris Attraction Pass which includes free entry to some of Paris’s best attractions including a Seine river cruise and Tour Montparnasse.
Paris Visite Pass which includes free travel on the buses, metro and RER within central Paris.
Paris Bus Tour which includes free Les Cars Rouge a hop on and off bus tour of Paris unlimited ticket valid for 2 consecutive days.
A 120 page guide book with maps, directions and information.
Special offers in various shops and restaurants.

In addition, the Paris pass will allow you to ‘jump’ some queue’s as you won’t have to wait to pay for entry into the attraction.

You’ll find that the entry fee alone for 2 adults and 2 children to go to the top of the Eiffel tower is around 50 Euros and the Seine river cruise around 34 Euros depending on age! Its easy to see that the more attractions you visit the more you can save.

Purchasing the Paris Pass at home saves you having to take credit cards and vast amounts of money on your days out. It also allows you to buy the Paris Pass at a time when exchange rates are better allowing for easier budgeting for your holiday.

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