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The Paris Pass gives you access to the city's must-see sights and attractions. You can get the Paris Pass for a period of 2 or 3 days. Access to the monuments is easy, just show your pass at the entrance and you'll be able to get in with no problem.
In addition, numerous museums and even access to the Big Bus sightseeing buses or a cruise on the Seine River are also included.
- Choose between 2 or 3 days to enjoy your Paris Pass
- Get access to a multitude of Paris tourist attractions with ease with your Paris Pass.
- Also included are services such as the Big Bus sightseeing buses with free stops and numerous museums such as the Chocolate Museum and the Wax Museum.
- Paris Pass
- Entrance fees to monuments and museums
- Bateaux Parisiens sightseeing cruise
- Access to Big Bus Paris
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What to expect
Paris has so many interesting sights to see. That's why this Paris Pass includes entry to over 35 monuments, museums and interesting places in the city. Plus, you can get your Paris Pass for a period of 2 or 3 days depending on how you want to plan your stay in the capital.
The pass is activated the first time you use it and counts the days as calendar days, i.e. it will count as 1 day when it reaches 12 midnight. It is therefore advisable to activate the pass early in the morning. It should also be noted that the days on which the pass is valid are consecutive days.
Your Paris Pass will be sent to your email, so you only have to show the pass at the entrance of the sites you visit. You will also be sent a catalogue of everything you can do and visit with your Paris Pass.
The Paris Pass includes a number of great benefits, including entry to many museums, including the Wax Museum and the Chocolate Museum. Not forgetting that it also gives you access to attractions such as the Big Bus sightseeing buses with free stops, a Bateaux Parisiens sightseeing cruise or the Paris Aquarium . However, before you visit, make sure you check in advance to see if the attraction you want to go to needs a reservation.
You can take advantage of your Paris Pass to take a tour of the city and explore the Latin Quarter, the Montparnasse district or the Montmartre and Sacré Coeur area.
There are also options for those who want to immerse themselves in French culture and sample the local delicacies with a French aperitif, Parisian breakfast or crepes.