FAQs | The Paris Pass® (2022)

COVID-19

  • How is COVID-19 impacting my upcoming travel plans with my Paris Pass?

    Most attractions are open and welcoming visitors, but we advise checking attraction websites for the most up-to-date information.

    Please note that we are now offering the ability to extend your pass for up to 2 years from the date of purchase and refunds on unused passes up to 90 days after purchase.

    If your travel plans have been negatively impacted by COVID-19 and you need further assistance with your booking, please email us using the form above. We will respond within 7 business days or less.

  • How do I extend my pass for 2 years?

    Here’s the good news: you don’t have to do a thing! We’re taking care of that for you. Your pass will work for 2 years from the date of purchase. So relax and don’t worry – you have plenty of time to visit your favorite city once we are up and running again.

  • How should I prepare for my upcoming trip?

    We recommend checking the latest travel advice from your local authority when planning your trip.

    We also advise checking opening times directly on the official attraction websites and making reservations in advance where possible. You'll find plenty of information in our know before you go section on the attraction pages to help you plan each day.

    The good news is, you have up to 2 years to start using your pass and you don’t have to commit to the date in advance. This means you can plan your sightseeing safely in the knowledge that you’re protected if things change.

  • Where can I get travel updates?

    We recommend monitoring the local government’s website for updates as well as checking the travel guidelines for your country to get the most up-to-date information.

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General

  • Who is The Paris Pass for?

    Everyone! The Paris Pass has something for everyone including families, couples, children, adults, first-time visitors, repeat visitors, long-haul visitors, short stay visitors, independent travelers, international visitors as well as French and local residents.

    The Paris Pass is for anyone who wants to visit some of the most popular and best attractions in Paris whilst saving money.

  • How does The Paris Pass work?

    The Paris Pass is designed to help save you money when visiting the capital. It’s simple and easy to use and combined with our app and website, we can help you plan your visit to Paris. The Paris Pass comes in 2, 3*, 4 and 6-day durations to suit all kinds of trips, from short weekend city breaks, to longer vacations.

    Your Paris Pass is activated the first time you scan it through at an attraction and is valid to use for consecutive days of your pass duration – 2, 3*, 4 or 6 days.

    *The 3-day Paris Pass comes with a 2-day Museum Pass.

    The pass is a package made up of two elements: a digital All-Inclusive Pass which can be scanned straight from our app and the Paris Museum Pass which needs to be collected in Paris on arrival and gives you free entry to 50 of Paris’s most famous museums.

  • Do I have to make reservations for attractions?

    Certain attractions will require a reservation. If this is the case, you'll find all booking information listed on ourreservations pageand the individual attraction pages on our website and app. Some advance reservations will require a pass number or order reference number to secure your booking. But rest assured, this will not activate your pass.

  • What are purse values?

    Each pass is subject to a purse value, which is based on the duration of the pass.

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    The purse value is the maximum amount you can use based on the standard gate price for each attraction. For example, with the 2-day adult All-Inclusive Pass, you can visit as many attractions up to the total value of €255.

    Here's a full breakdown of all purse values:

    Pass durationAdult purse valueChild purse value
    2-day pass€ 255€ 165
    3-day pass€ 355€ 240
    4-day pass€ 510€ 335
    6-day pass€ 645€ 420

    If you would like to check the remaining value on your pass, simply contact our customer support team using the form or phone number below.

  • Does The Paris Pass include Paris Metro tickets?

    The Paris Pass® does not include Paris Metro tickets, these will need to be purchased separately. However, it does include a1 Day Big Bus Hop-On Hop-Off Tourwhich you can enjoy at your leisure and takes you straight to the city's top attractions.

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Benefits

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Using your pass

  • How long is The Paris Pass valid for?

    The Paris Pass is valid for the duration of the pass purchased; ie, 2, 3, 4 or 6 days. These days must be used consecutively.

    Your pass will be activated as soon as you go to your first attraction so be aware that if your pass is activated in the evening, this will count as your first calendar day. Be sure to start using your pass early on the first day to make the most of it.

    The Paris Pass is valid for 24 months from the date of purchase, so it makes the perfect gift for anyone planning to travel later in the year. Likewise, if you aren’t sure of when to plan your trip, you can purchase the pass in advance and with the help of the digital guidebook, start planning an itinerary before you go.

  • How do I activate my pass?

    Your pass will activate when you visit your first attraction or when you redeem your Paris Museum Pass – whichever comes first during your trip.

    The day your pass is activated will count as 'day one'. You should start using it straight away to take advantage of the great savings available for the duration of your pass.

  • Is there a Paris Pass app?

    There isn't an official Paris Pass app, but the good news is, your digital All-Inclusive Pass can be synced with the Go City app where you'll have all the attraction information you need at your fingertips.

    To sync your Paris Pass with the Go City app, download the Go City app from your preferred app store and enter your email address and Paris Pass order number (you'll find this in your confirmation email) to sync your pass to the app.

  • Are the 2 day, 3 day, 4 day and 6 day passes for consecutive days?

    Yes, the passes run on a consecutive day basis. If you have a 2-day Paris Pass and activate your pass on a Monday that will be included as the first day and your last day will be Tuesday

    Please note: if you start using your pass in the late afternoon or evening that will still count as your first day.

  • What happens if I change the date of my trip to Paris?

    Your Paris Pass is valid for two years from the date of purchase.

  • What happens if my plans change and I can’t/don’t use The Paris Pass?

    For all customers that purchase passes from September 1 2020 onwards, you can now obtain refunds on unused passes for up to 90 days after purchase. See thefor more information.

  • How long is my Paris Museum Pass valid for?

    Your Paris Museum Pass part of the package is valid for the duration of the Paris Pass you selected – apart from 3-day Paris Pass holders who have a 2-day Museum Pass.

    Your Paris Museum Pass must be used on consecutive days during your pass validity.

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Purchase

  • How much does The Paris Pass cost?

    The Paris Pass price depends on who you’re buying the pass for, i.e. an adult or a child, and how long the duration of the pass is.

    For more information on pricing, click here.

    The longer the duration, the better value the pass!

  • If I order online how do I receive The Paris Pass?

    If you order the pass online through the website, you can print your pass(es) at home or show the online pass(es) which are emailed to you from your phone.

    There is no physical pass for postal delivery.

  • Can I buy The Paris Pass when I am in Paris?

    As purchases are made online, you can buy a pass while in the city and show it from your phone, or print your pass(es) in destination.

  • How do I redeem my Paris Museum Pass?

    Paris Museum Passes must be picked up when you're in the city.

    Collecting point:

    Big Bus Information Center
    11 Avenue de l'Opéra
    75009Paris

    Open daily from 10AM to 5PM

    You'll be required to show your Paris Pass at the redemption center to receive your physical Paris Museum Pass, so don't forget to have it handy.

    You can find more information on our how it workspage.

  • How do you define a child?

    You can buy Child Passes for 2-17-year-olds.

    Adult Passes are for 18-year-olds and above.

  • Do you offer discounts for groups, students or senior citizens?

    Because The Paris Pass has been specially created to help visitors save both time and money, we do not offer any further discounts when booking.

  • Can I buy The Paris Pass for a group?

    You can purchase up to 20 tickets per ticket type when you buy online. The Paris Pass, however, is not designed for large groups of travelers and in some cases, large groups may be turned away from certain attractions.

    If you are traveling in a large group, we recommend contacting each attraction in advance to avoid any disappointment.

  • Why haven't I received my email confirmation?

    Your email confirmation should normally arrive in your inbox a few minutes after completing a transaction/purchase. If you haven't received an email confirmation, please check your spam filter or junk folder.

    If you still cannot locate an email then please send a request through to our customer service team confirming your email address and order reference number.

  • Do you have passes for any other destinations elsewhere in the world?

    Yes, we have dedicated passes for many other cities, which you can buy through our sister websites:gocity.com,londonpass.com,newyorkpass.comandromeandvaticanpass.com.

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Attractions

  • What are the normal costs of the attractions?

    The entry costs for all attractions vary and may be over €30.00 for an adult ticket. To see how much you could save on normal entry costs, browse our Paris attractions section for a comparative entry cost to see how much you can save with the Paris Pass.

  • Does the pass include all of Paris’s attractions?

    The Paris Pass includes free entry into over 50 Paris museums and art galleries, as well as entry into popular tours and cruises.

    For a full list of the attractions, click here.

  • Can I visit the same attraction twice with my Paris Pass?

    The Paris Pass only allows single entry to each attraction. Repeat entry is not allowed.

  • Where can I use The Paris Pass? Which attractions are included?

    The Paris Pass can be used in over 75 attractions, museums, and galleries, as well as tours and cruises. These include the city's most popular picks–The Louvre,Palace of Versailles, the Musée d'Orsay, Big Bus, the Seine River Cruise, and more.

    For a full list of the attractions, click here.

  • Are the attractions open all year round?

    Usually, the majority of attractions included on The Paris Pass are open all year round, however, there may be some partial closures around Christmas and New Year.

    Check the opening hours and dates for each attraction in advance to help plan your trip.

  • How do I find an attraction’s opening times and closing times?

    You can find opening and closing times on individual attraction pages as well as in the complimentary guidebook sent out with every Paris Pass order.

    We also recommend checking the official attraction websites for the most up-to-date information.

  • Is The Paris Pass suitable for those with disabilities and their carers?

    Some attractions may offer carer places or free entry to visitors with disabilities, so The Paris Pass might not be the most suitable for them as requirements vary from attraction to attraction. Please contact them directly for further information.

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Savings

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Contact

  • How do I contact The Paris Pass customer support?

    If you’re using the Go City app, please visit our website to find our customer support contact details.

    If you’re on our website, you’ve got two options. You can fill out the form at the bottom of this page and a customer support agent will get back to you at the email you provide. Or, if you prefer a good old-fashioned phone call, you can speak to a member of our customer support team directly at one of the numbers listed under the 'call us' section, which is also handily located at the bottom of this page.

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If you have a question about an attraction, whether it’s a general request or a booking query, we recommend getting in touch with the attraction directly.

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FAQs

Does The Paris Pass allow you to skip lines? ›

The Paris Museum Pass lets you skip the line at many top museums and monuments by reserving a specific date/time slot. You can also buy the Paris Pass, which bundles a Museum Pass with other tours, cruises, and even metro tickets.

Do you have to use The Paris Pass on consecutive days? ›

Please ensure that you collect your Paris Museum Pass on the day that you want to use it so you don't miss out on any of your must-visit attractions. Just like The Paris Pass®, the Paris Museum Pass must be used on a consecutive-day basis.

Does Paris Pass include Eiffel Tower? ›

Paris Explorer Pass

Attractions include the Eiffel Tower, Seine River Cruise, Opera Garnier and many more.

What's the difference between The Paris Pass and the Paris Museum Pass? ›

The Paris Museum Pass is only for museums and monuments, the Paris Pass adds a travel card and entry to other popular attractions.

Is Metro included in Paris Pass? ›

6-day pass

Does The Paris Pass include Paris Metro tickets? The Paris Pass® does not include Paris Metro tickets, these will need to be purchased separately. However, it does include a 1 Day Big Bus Hop-On Hop-Off Tour which you can enjoy at your leisure and takes you straight to the city's top attractions.

What does Paris City Pass include? ›

The Paris Pass gives visitors free entry and the possibility of skipping the lines to over 60 tourist attractions and museums in Paris. In addition, it includes unlimited access to the city's public transportation in the center and many other benefits.

Is Disneyland included in Paris Pass? ›

Your pass includes a 1-day 1-park Disneyland® Paris ticket, plus admission to dozens more top attractions at a discounted price.

Is Versailles included in Paris Museum Pass? ›

The Paris Museum Pass grants admission to the Palace of Versailles, the Estate of Trianon and more than 60 museums and monuments in Paris and the Paris region.

How much is a 3 day Metro pass in Paris? ›

PARIS VISITE CARD PRICES (WHEN PURCHASED IN PARIS)
TypePrice for Zone 1-3 Adult / Child*Price for Zone 1-5 Adult / Child*
1 day€13.20 / €6.60€27.80 / €13.90
2 days€21.50 / €10.80€42.20 / €21.10
3 days€29.40 / €14.70€59.20 / €29.60
5 days€42.20 / €21.10€72.40 / €36.20

Does the Paris Museum Pass expire? ›

Paris Museum Pass Your Paris Museum Pass will be activated on the first day of use and will remain valid for the number of consecutive calendar days you have purchased commencing on the first day of use. If you have purchased a Paris pass prior to 23rd of August 2021, please refer to those terms and conditions.

Are the catacombs included in Paris Museum Pass? ›

Planning Your Visit

NB: Entry to the catacombs is not included on either the Paris Museum Pass or the Paris Pass. Which Metro Line? The catacombs are within walking distance of the Denfert-Rochereau Metro station, which is served by lines 4 and 6, as well Line B or the RER.

Do kids need a Paris Pass? ›

The short answer is: No, your kids do not need a Paris Museum Pass. At most attractions, they will be allowed to enter alongside you. If your kids are close to 18, or look like they're almost 18, then it's wise to bring along a passport to verify their age.

Is travel included in Paris Pass? ›

As of 2021, the Paris Pass does NOT include travel on public transport. You will need to buy separate Metro or bus tickets.

Does the Paris Museum Pass include audio guide? ›

Does the Paris Museum Pass include access to audio guides and guided tours? No, the Paris Museum Pass only gives you admission to museums and monuments included in it. If you want to have the use of an audio guide or take part in a guided tour during your visit, any supplement will be at your expense.

How does the museum pass in Paris work? ›

How does the Paris museum pass work? The pass allows free, one-time access to over 60 museums in the city. The pass gets activated on the first visit and will be valid for the consecutive days depending on the kind of pass chosen. You can visit as many listed museums and attractions as you like in these days.

Is the Metro in Paris free? ›

Fast, easy, and free! With the Paris City Pass, you can use the public transportation system (metro, RER, bus, Montmartre tram) within the inner city district of Paris Zone 1 – 3 for free!

How long does it take to climb up the Eiffel Tower? ›

In total, there are 1665 steps from the esplanade up to the top of the Eiffel Tower, but the stairway from the 2nd floor to the top is not open to the public. It will take about 30-45 minutes to climb the stairs to the 2nd floor. It all depends on how fit you are!

Is Paris Visite card worth? ›

Is It Worthwhile? The Paris Visite is quite expensive and it is only worth purchasing if you're staying in Paris only for a couple of days, going to Disneyland, or if you would like to get to the airport by public transport. If this is your case, then we recommend purchasing the Paris Visite zones 1-5.

What is the best way to commute in Paris? ›

Metro. Paris Metro (Métro in French, Subway or Underground in English) is the fastest way of getting around the city. The underground system has 16 interconnected lines and is also linked to the express train RER.

How much are tickets to the Louvre? ›

How do tourists get around Paris? ›

The best way to get around Paris is on foot and by metro. The elegant arrondissements are practically made for pedestrians. Still, Paris is very big, so you should take the efficient metro to travel long distances.

Is 1 day enough for Disneyland Paris? ›

A. Ideally, we'd recommend three full days. Two days for Disneyland Park and its five magical themed lands, one day for Walt Disney Studios Park and its four action-packed zones.

What is the cheapest month to go to Disneyland Paris? ›

This is why January is one of the cheapest times to visit Disneyland Paris.
  • 1st – 6th January. It's the end of the busy Christmas & New Years celebrations. ...
  • Weekdays. One of the quietest times of the year to visit. ...
  • Weekends. The first few weekends may still be busy, but as the month goes on, the parks are lovely and quiet.

Which Disney park in Paris is better? ›

What is this? If you are trying to decide on visiting Disneyland Park vs Walt Disney Studios Paris, then Disneyland is certainly the stronger park with a more classic Disney feel and more rides.

Is Sacre Coeur included in Paris Pass? ›

Montmartre & Sacré Coeur - Walking Tour - Free with the Paris Pass.

How much time do you need for Versailles? ›

To tour the inside of the palace thoroughly, it takes around 2-3 hours. Allow longer if you want to explore the gardens.

Is Versailles worth visiting? ›

Is the Palace of Versailles worth visiting? Definitely! While it will require some planning, it is definitely worth a visit. You'll learn a lot about French history and see one of the most incredible buildings in the world.

Can you drink tap water in Paris? ›

Paris tap water is considered safe to drink according to French, EU and international standards (WHO). Every day at the Eau de Paris research and analysis laboratories receive and record over 200 samples which divided among different chemical, organic chemistry, bacteriology, and corrosion departments.

What is the cheapest way to travel around Paris? ›

Public transport
  • The Métro is the cheapest, easiest and fastest way to get around Paris. ...
  • Metros start running every day – including public holidays – at around 6am and stop at around 12.45am (from Sunday to Thursday) or at 1.45am (on Friday and Saturday).

How do you pay for Paris Metro? ›

A single metro ticket costs €1.90, and can be used for one journey, including all connections. White-coloured tickets can be purchased singly or in a book of 10 (“carnet”), at the ticket offices or machines in metro stations, and also in some tobacconists.

Is Paris Museum Pass refundable? ›

Passes are neither refundable nor exchangeable. Passes can be used immediately upon reception; but passes are only valid for one year from the date of purchase and must be completely used a maximum of 365 days after the date of purchase.

Is the Louvre free? ›

Can I visit the museum for free? Do I have to book tickets? Admission is free to the Musée du Louvre and the Musée Eugène-Delacroix for the following visitors (valid proof required): all visitors under the age of 18 and 18-25 year-old residents of the European Economic Area (EU, Norway, Iceland, and Liechtenstein)

Are reservations required for Paris museums? ›

Louvre Museum : A free reservation for a time slot is required to access the permanent collections with the Paris Museum Pass (full instructions here).

How many people are lost in the catacombs? ›

Now, there are over seven million bodily remains in the catacombs. The French continued to bury new dead in the catacombs during the French Revolution, but the practice ceased after 1860. Many people killed by guillotine rest down there, Maximilien Robespierre among them.

How long does the catacombs take? ›

The tour of the Catacombs is deep underground. The walking route is about 2km, about 1.25 miles and the average independent visit takes around one hour. You will first descend 130 steps down to the Catacombs and then at the end it's an 83-step climb to street level.

How long do people spend at the Louvre? ›

The Highlights: Allow three or four hours, use our list of highlights (right) and plan a route on the museum map before you go into the main galleries.

Do kids pay in Paris Metro? ›

Children under age 4 travel free. Kids from ages 4 through 9 pay the full adult fare for single tickets, but a children's carnet of 10 tickets is half price, so it pays to plan ahead.

Are museums in Paris free for kids? ›

Free admission to many museums for children

- The Musée Grévin Paris is free for children under 5. - The Fondation Louis Vuitton is free for children under 3, and has a family rate for groups of 1 or 2 adults with up to 4 children under 18 years of age.

Do you have to wait in line at the Louvre if you have a ticket? ›

Everyone is correct, your Ticket is for entry in a specific Time Window. The great thing is you don't wait in the Monster Line (which is directly in front of the Pyramid) BUT you get to use the Ticket Holders Entry which is around the corner (which is on the Right Side of the Pyramid).

Do you have to wait in line for Eiffel Tower? ›

If you decide to go and purchase tickets to the tower, you will have to wait in a long queue, and that can take up over an hour. By booking in advance, after getting through security, you can skip the line to buy tickets, saving you a lot of time.

Do you have to queue for the Louvre if you have tickets? ›

Only tickets purchased online guarantee access to the museum. If you are a regular visitor, you can become a member of the Amis du Louvre and skip the queues by entering the museum via the Richelieu entrance.

Can you wait in line for the Louvre? ›

A wait line is inevitable at the Louvre, and longer so if you haven't planned your trip in advance. Typically, the ticket lines last at least two hours long. On days not as busy, the ticket line will still have you waiting at least 40 minutes.

Can I be late to my Louvre ticket? ›

* It's important to remember that if you arrive too late for your individual access slot, as depicted on your e-ticket, the bearer of that e-ticket will be subject to the same terms of access to The Louvre - and waiting in the general queue - as all other visitors.

How do you avoid queues in Paris? ›

1. The Eiffel tower
  1. Option 3: Book a semi-private skip-the-line Eiffel Tower tour. ...
  2. Option 4: Book an Eiffel Tower and Seine River cruise combined ticket. ...
  3. Option 5: Have lunch or dinner at one of the 2 Eiffel Tower restaurants. ...
  4. Option 4: Get Paris Museum Pass. ...
  5. Option 5: Visit Louvre on Wednesday or Friday evening.

Can you see the Mona Lisa with a general admission ticket? ›

Many visitors to the Louvre Museum wonder if they need to buy a separate Mona Lisa ticket to see the masterpiece. Well, no. The regular Louvre Museum ticket allows you to see all the exhibits on display in the art museum.

Can I bring a backpack to the Eiffel Tower? ›

Please note that the Eiffel Tower does not have either left-luggage facilities or a cloakroom." 2. Re: Can we bring backpacks up the Eiffel Tower? If it's a daypack, no problem -- if it's carrying all of your worldly possessions while you're here, then no.

What is the best time to go up the Eiffel Tower? ›

Visit during the morning or afternoon hours to avoid crowds. The attraction is open until 9:45 PM on Thursdays. This is another option if you'd like to avoid huge crowds. Fewer people visit the tower after 6 PM on Thursdays.

What time does Eiffel Tower light up? ›

Every evening, after dusk, the tower in its golden hue is covered by sparkling lights for 5 minutes at the start of each hour. At 1 AM, the tower sparkles for the last time that night, and this time, the golden lighting and the beacon are switched off.

Can I bring water into the Louvre? ›

What to Bring. Assuming that you will be inside the Louvre for at least a couple of hours, I would suggest bringing a small snack and a bottle of water. Otherwise, pack lightly as you will be lugging everything you bring with you.

Can you bring a backpack into the Louvre? ›

Maximum size of bag allowed

You cannot bring large bags or suitcases to the museum but lockers are available free of charge for smaller items. Please note: Any items exceeding 55 x 35 x 20 cm will not be allowed in the museum (welcome area and exhibition rooms).

How early should you get to the Louvre? ›

Go Early. The Louvre museum opens at 9 AM every day except for Tuesdays, which is when you can expect the least crowd. Arrive at least 15 minutes early to avoid any delay, because once you miss the designated time slot, it can be difficult to access the venue.

What is the least busy day at the Louvre? ›

Beating the Crowds at the Louvre

The best time to visit the Louvre is on Wednesday and Friday evenings when the museum is open until 9:45 pm. Experience the museum with fewer people and less noise. (You can even check out our evening tour at the Louvre.)

Can you bring food into the Louvre? ›

A. Yes, small snacks and food can be carried inside the Louvre Museum.

How do you beat the crowd at the Louvre? ›

The Louvre
  1. Avoid Mondays, as most other museums in Paris are closed and the Louvre becomes very crowded.
  2. Take advantage of their late night closures on Wednesdays and Fridays.
  3. Use the Porte de Richelieu entrance as it is less crowded. ...
  4. Use the Carrousel du Louvre entrance for the same reason.
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