I recommended everyone to get the Pass. Did not have to worry about line-ups. The booklet gave us great informations and the tickets with the passes were great.
We would do it again.
We thoroughly used the Paris Pass! The information in the booklet gave us knowledge to plan our use of the pass depending upon what tourist places we wanted to visit.
We liked the layout of the booklet and the information accompanying each tourist attraction. Once we had organised our holiday the Paris Pass provided a great way of getting around Paris and visiting places of interest.
By getting the Paris pass we not only got to see the amazing sites of this romantic city, but also obtained free transportation for the duration of our holiday. And trust me, when you don't speak a lot of French something has simple as buying a train ticket can be very difficult. By day we would see Paris in all it's beauty and by night in our hotel room we would be tucked up in bed reading our Paris pass planning the next day. When you are on holidays, two weeks can feel like only a couple of days and with so little time you want to see as much as possible. That's where the Paris pass comes in. We where able to jump right to the front of the lines for major attractions and who in their right mind would wait in line for hours if they didn't have too? Lastly we have recommend to all our friends travelling overseas to make sure they get the Paris pass if they want to save a bucket load of cash like we did. The more you see and do, the more money you have left over to spend on you.
Before buying a Paris Pass consider other options.
We bought a Pass and it only allowed you on the bus two of the days and the Pass was not accepted at some atractions. When we disected the costs of the Metro travel and entrance fees to atractions it worked out that the Paris Pass was too dear. We were only in Paris for 4 days and it would have been cheaper to pay as you go. The Metro is cheap anyway.
The Paris Pass is such a great guide. It introduces you to places you would never think of going to visit. Very accessible to all transportation. Loved the discounts and offers. It's a pity I could not stay longer to use the Pass to see a lot more of what they were offering.
There is only one little suggestion---- It would be nice if you could put the Bus numbers to take to go to the different sites when you are not going on the Bus Tours. When you would like to visit a site on the local buses.
Other than that, everything was fantastic!!!!!!
Den Reiseführer ein paar Tage vor Aktivierung der Pässe zu holen ist hilfreich. So kann man seinen Aufenthalt optimal planen. Der Guide ist übersichtlich und sehr informativ.
Wir waren begeistert und haben auch den London-Pass benutzt.
We used our pass to see much of Paris. We organized our days prior to arriving in Paris and got to do everything on our list, even spending a day in Versailles. We had a great time, saved money and would recommend the Pass to anyone traveling to Paris
The Paris Pass was literally that - our gateway to seeing all the wonderful places in Paris. Without the Pass, we would have found it difficult to access quickly all the landmarks, buildings, museums etc in the time we had in Paris. What was really great, was the fact that the bus travelled within walking distance of everything. AND the boat trip on the Seine was exceptional!
The best part of the pass is that we were able to bypass the queues at many of the attractions. We also visited some places and events that we would have otherwise missed. Also made it more convenient than constantly having to purchase tickets for each industry venue. Use the boat ride on the scene at dusk for a magical look at the city as the famous lights of Paris come on.
The rest of the Paris pass was great, however, the bus was a joke. The bus stops were far apart and few between. You had to walk quite a distance to the stops & there were just a few stops. We would see a popular tour bus company that had tons of buses pass by but our bus rarely came. If you missed it you had over a half hour wait!
Next time I will buy the bus pass for the other tour bus.
ParisPass made it easy for us to see and enjoy Paris in a short time frame. Would highly recommend it! Made our mother-daughters' trip unforgettable!
I bought a six day pass and I wish I hadn't. The pass should allow 6 days, and not require them to be consecutive days. I needed downtime to rest and enjoy restaurants and cafes. I should have been advised to buy several two day passes so I could have built in more leisure time and lowered my overall costs. Otherwise, the pass was great. I loved the shorter lines for the museums, the boat ride and bus tours were all great. I would buy Paris Pass again ( but several shorter passes instead)
I bought the 4-day pass for my family of 4. We found the Paris Pass convenient and useful. We reached Paris in the wee hours and used our metro tickets immediately, no hassle! We skipped the long queue at Musee d'Orsay and Lourve. Unfortunately, the security line at Versailles was unavoidable, so be early!! We enjoyed the wine-tasting (reserving your place online is a must to avoid any hassle!), the Seine River cruise (we took the last trip out at 8.30pm and saw Paris at night, it was breath-taking) and the hop-on hop-off bus. I would recommend it, but like some reviews mentioned, make sure you have sufficient time to enjoy it (at least take the 4-day pass I feel) and you do really have to be ready to walk!
Great value. We purchased a 5 day pass. The metro ticket is particularly useful to get around to all the sights. The museum pass was also good value as it gave you free entry to most museums. The Paris Pass book also highlighted many sights that are not in the brochures such as smaller museums. Would definitely purchase another pass on any future visits.
Good idea but to get real value you need to be prepared to be on the go ALL day! Plan ahead. You need to see at least 3-4 places a day. Travel pass was definite advantage to do this.
I ordered 5 Four Day Paris Passes online at a price advertised on special over Easter holiday. Everything was fine up until the checkout but when I received an e-mail confirmation, it showed a different price that I had not agreed to pay! Luckily, I had PDF the checkout page showing that amount so I emailed the company with the PDF attachment explaining the situation and let them know that I did not authorized them to charge me an additional 50 Euros. I never heard from them and followed up with another email and filed a complaint on Paypal as well. They never responded and had the nerve to deny my complaint via Paypal and said it was an authorized amount. What a terrible customer service and internet order experience!!! Don't trust their website!!! Someone should be reviewing the controls (or lack there of) at this company. BUYER BEWARE!!!
I had a Paris Pass, it was fantastic, made getting around on the Metro easy. It came with a book, that featured all the attractions and a lot of places I'd never heard off. I was able to plan my day with it and I didn't need to carry a lot of cash because entry to most of the exhibits was included. it was a godsend, totally transformed my time in Paris
You do not get to the head of queues. The train tickets you can buy your self at the station for about the same price. The number of attractions that you could visit in the time frame of the pass means that you won't see any of the properly.
Paris Pass make your holidays easy, nice, full and unforgettable.
It was an excellent trip because of this pass. We could come and go as we pleased. I only wish we did not have to stay in the security line in some places. Most attractions got you in and then passed the security check.. I also liked the bus pass. I found I could get on and off as much as I wanted. I liked the buses better than the metro because we could see everything on our way.
really comfortable, avoyd lines and a lot of waste of time when you are traveling-
If you are going to Paris, you have to get a Paris Pass. You have acess to the most important museums and attractions, and don't have to worry about the lines. I cannot imagine my trip without it!
If you're well organized and are not affraid of planning more than one destination per day, this is a good way to do it. We are not big fans of museums in general. Of course, you can't go to Paris and not go to the Louvre or Musée d'Orsay (for it's impressionnist paintings) but don't want to spend more than a couple of hours every place? This card is for you. Since it's included in the pass, you get out when you have enough. Well organized, you can save half price you would normally pay.
If you want to get to one place only every day, this is not for you.
Thanks my friends who advised me to get this briljant Paris Pass. I and my 8 yers old daughter used it every single day during our 7 day trip to the beautiful citi Paris. We get free Metro, 2 day hop on hop bus, 1 hour Siena cruise and also the best atractions like The Louvre Museum, Museum of Parfum, tour to Notre-Dame and the Arc de Triomphe. Also we used the Paris Pass on Galleries Lafayette to get extra 10% shopping discount and also to get gifts. I strongly advise to take that opportunity with the Paris Pass because many people did not know and recognize that. The Paris Pass saved our time and money.
Solvita from Staten Island, NY
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