Make your trip to Paris easy and affordable. The Paris Pass allows you to travel around this magical city by bus, by train, by subway. The Paris Pass helps you avoid the lines, and enter the Louvre immediately. The Paris Pass gets you a free glass of wine, saves much time, and is the prime feature to make your trip to Paris memorable. Don't leave home without it! The next trip to Paris, London, or New York, make sure you don't pass on the "Pass"!!!
We thoroughly enjoyed what we did with the Paris Pass - and took the material to another couple here in Ithaca to prepare for their trip to Paris which they enjoyed very much. The boat tour/champagne dinner was one of the most interesting and satisfying experiences of our whole trip. We would like to have done more and should have ordered it soon enough to have it delivered to our home.
The Metro passes alone are a gold mine! Makes travel soooo much easier in the city! And then there are all the great places you get into for free!
I requested several times for some support before and after the buying (prior to the trip) and I got no answer. If I had received good attention I would have choose a different pass than the one I did buy and save a lot of money, but they just didn't help me!
Also to pick up the ticket there is just one location and even when you go all the way to pick it up by your self they still charge you € 2!!
They should at least have a module to deliver the passes at the airports but nothing! You waste money and precious travel time running to get to their hidden agency on time before they close!
The boat in the Sena was supposed to include a glass of wine but when I asked in the agency no one knew anything! They just gave us a number to call later, and guess what, nobody answers!
I tried to give a feedback afterwards by e-mail and still no one in the agency cared!
You better buy your Museum Pass at the airport by yourself and the Metro tickets at the station. You better believe this!
The Paris pass was great and we were able to visit many museums and attractions at a discount or free. We were also able to travel on the Metro for free! So go ahead and buy one and enjoy your Paris experience.
Excellent experience, great economy, more options available than you can attend
Wow, we couldn't have picked a better way to see all the sights of the City of Lights. I had bought the Paris Pass knowing we only had two days to see the highlights of Paris. We rode around twice and each time saw either more of something or something different. We could get on and off at our leisure and enjoy a closer look at the treasures that had over the years piqued our imagination. I wish we had more time. My one concern was either I didn't receive or overlooked explicit directions as to where we had to go to pick up the bus. We spent considerable time trying to figure that out and finally just got on a bus that went by the Louvre and from there saw one of the buses passing on the street outside along the river. Overall the experience was wonderful and certainly worth the price.
Paris Pass is really recommended for those who want to visit the landmarks and the main attractions of Paris. Buy it.
This is a wonderful idea. It would be so great if you had a three day, however. Because the museums close on different days, it makes the 2 day sort of worthless. And the four day messes up previously planned tours too much.
Found the pass useful but you were on full speed to get everywhere in the three days we were in Paris. You need to work out where you want to go and when. It does help with some queues the worst was at Versailles where we queued for nearly 2 hours.we used the bus quite a lot to get to places but make sure you are in the correct zone as you have to pay for trains if you stay further out of Paris, we stayed in Maison Lafayette and had to pay for the train to get into the city and then used our pass, however very handy as you didn't have to carry extra money to buy tickets everywhere and we probably went to more places than if we hadn't had the pass. Well worth the money would use in other cities if available.
We had trouble with the Metro pass (it stopped working) and there was no one available to help us. We had to fight it out with the Metro people and they finally issued another pass to us.
I recommend the Paris Pass, London Pass etc. to all my friends who are traveling to such places. I have used the Paris Pass twice and the London Pass once. They work great, save me time and money, but more importantly time.
It gives you a bunch of choices to do and visit that most of the travel agencies don't, so you can arrange you trip whit the things you realy like, besides the oportunity to use diferent kind of transports gives you the oportunity to realy explore Paris at you own steps.
I loved the pass. At first I though it would not be an economical purchase as I wasn't sure what we would really want to do when we got to Paris. I'm still not totally sure we would have spent any more on attraction fees if we didn't have the pass, HOWEVER when you walk by the lengthy regular line up to get into the Louvre and go to the Pass entrance in just a minute, it makes any expense worthwhile. Our time in Paris was limited and we didn't want to spend it in unnecessary lines ups. Worth every penny.
I have used the Paris Pass for three summers, with friends and family who have traveled with me from the USA. One year, we ordered them early, and they were delivered to our homes in the USA. The other two years, we picked them up when we arrived in Paris. At every step, from ordering to using the passes, the process was easy and customer-friendly. Two suggestions: 1) The place where we picked up the passes in 2013 was difficult to find (no clear signage outside, and which entrance was not specified on your site or vouchers); and 2) Having to use two separate métro passes (we were in Paris for 7 days each time) was inconvenient. Is there a way you could allow customers to purchase a métro pass for exactly the number of days they will be in Paris?
This was the first time my wife and I tried the Paris Pass. A friend told us about how please she was with it, and we thought we would try it. It more than met our expectations.
We first used the Metro pass to travel throughout Paris. Each museum we entered accepted the Paris Pass. It was pleasant being able to pass the long waiting lines at the Louvre by entering the VIP line.
Les Cars Rouges open-air tour buses allowed us to stop at all the Paris sights.
We highly recommend Paris Pass and look forward to using the Passes for other great cities.
It was good fun, it made it very easy to tour Paris and we would recommend it to anyone. We had a four-day pass. In fact several of our friends have bought them already for their Paris tour. There were sp many things available to do during our stay that we couldn't fit it all in. But we tried.
In general, the Paris Pass is quite convenient. It provides the access to public transportation and with it we can jump the queue. But the price is a bit high compared to counterparts I have used in other European cities.
Unless you are planning to stay in paris for a minimum of a week or more, and planning also to see every little thing out there, I don't really recommend. Me, my mum and aunt stayed for 5 days and did not used enough to make the values worth it. I really regretted all the money I spended on this. But then again, it was not worth it for us but it might be good for you. If you have all your "need to see" planned that requires a lot of entrance fees, maybe it could be a good choice.
Was quite hard to locate the building where Paris pass needed to be obtained from. We found the attractions that we wanted to see such as the Eiffel Tower and Le Louvre we still had to pay for. We wouldn't purchase the Pass for future trips.
The Paris Pass itself is useful as you do not have to queue so much when it is very busy.
2 things that would prevent me from purchasing the Paris Pass again:
1. We had to find the Paris Pass Office on the morning of our first day and lost
about 2.5 hours due to the difficulty in finding the Office.
2. On arrival at the office the receptionist ignored us as she obviously had some
important paperwork to complete and was incredibly rude and patronizing to me
when I asked for our passes in French. She has been fortunate to have
had the opportunity of studying languages abroad. although I have worked for
a French company in the UK and spoken French as part of my job I am aware
that my French is not fluent and some positive criticism rather than downright
rudeness would have been more appropriate.
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