Paris Pass (Paris, France) Reviews
Description:A pass which allows you to get into many Paris attractions for free / A pass which allows you to get into many Paris ... more
Newest Review: ... it for our passes. The passes come in a little plastic wallet. In it you get: a 5 day pass for the metro (for travel between zones 1 - 2), a four day Paris Museum Pass, a four day Paris Pass and a Paris Pass guide detailing all the places you can get in for free, and also special offers and discounts that the Paris Pass offers. The guide book is A5 size, so its actually a great size to ... more
Customer Paris Pass (Paris, France) Reviews (1)
by - written on 31/10/09 (Very useful, 642 readings)
A few months ago I took my boyfriend on a birthday trip to Paris. Whilst browsing the internet for things to do while we were there, I came across a website advertising the Paris Pass. With the Paris Pass, you pay a set amount of money which allows you access to lots of different attractions in Paris, with the potential of saving a lot of money. There are three options to choose from a 2 day, 4 day or 6 day pass. We were in Paris for 5 days, so I decided to get the 4 day pass at a cost of Euro124 each. It did seem like a lot of money, but I knew that I wanted to do lots while we were there, and we probably would have ended up paying more than that ... Read the complete review
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