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We bought a 2-day Paris Pass to be used starting December 23. You could have informed us that most of the tourist spots would be closed on December 24. So instead of fully using this pass, we ended up using it for like 1 day only. There is a price difference also. But anyway, this pass is really useful, with you skipping all the lines and given that the tourists spots are not close.
This is a great deal. I was in Paris for 5 days 5 nights. The Paris Pass enabled me to visit so many attractions effortlessly. With this Pass, I was able to bypass long lines, this is especially beneficial during the summer travel. Highly recommended.
We enjoyed the museums we had time to visit and were happy to skip some of the lines at the museums. Unfortunately we paid for a transit pass and did not use it, since the subways and trains were free when we were there. We might have been better off with the museum pass, instead of the more expensive Paris Pass.
The Paris Pass is a great deal and we really got our money's worth out of the metro. I felt like we had to rush to get our money's worth out of the museum part of the pass. The Louvre took all day and did't have time to go anywhere else afterwards, Versaille is the same thing. All the other places were shorter and felt like we got our moneys worth for those days. The hop on hop off bus was great and I was glad to have the river cruise as well. The wine tour was self paced and was worth it as well.
The Paris Pass office was great with helping us find the office and get the passes for our trip. This is a MUST if you are going to be in Paris for more then a day and want to get around Paris on the public transportation. IF you think you can get around Paris by car and/or find parking - forget it! The museum entry card got us into the museums fast and around the crowds!
If we did something right it would have been purchasing this Paris Pass. The amount of locations, the diacounts, amd the accessibility with the pass made our journey in Paris an unforgettable one. HIGHLY, I SAY AGAIN, HIGHLY recommend the Paris Pass!! We did the 4 day
You can purchase these passes for all the major cities and they are soooo worth the money. I highly recommend these passes. Just note which activities they offer with 'Skip the Line' tickets and if a specific tour that you want to do like the Eiffel Tower for example is not included, then I suggest paying separate for that because you don't want to wait in line for 4 hours at the major attractions. But there are so many activities and attractions offered with these passes where you won't have to wait in long lines that they are really worth the money.
Good value for money if you can cram in as much as you can in the 2 days.
My biggest gripes were the amount of time we lost getting to the office to pick up the pass and then trying to get to the nearest hop on hop off stop, where we then needed to wait at least 30 more minutes to exchange our pass for a ticket. All in all we lost about 2 hours on our first day trying to get that all sorted.
We also still ended up lining up for almost an hour after the Louvre opened to get in, despite having a so called jump the queue pass. We spent about a quarter of the time in the Louvre we just wanted to see the Mona Lisa as we did lining up to get inside.
This pass is definitely worth buying as it gives entry into a large range of museums, random attractions and daily transport tickets. If you are in Paris more than 2 days this is one pass you should buy because of the overall value for money.
The Paris Pass is not a bargain, but, it is a great option. It is very complete, and especially for first time visitors, very helpful. Almost all of the attractions and museums are well worth the time and effort to pack them into 4 or 6 days. The Louvre alone could take all the time available.
The book that was provided with the tour booking is disappointing. Although it describes the sights of Paris it does not suggest which stop to get off to see the sights. There are few stops and the stops are hard to find particularly early in the tour but even late on the tour unless you get back on the bus where you got off finding the stops is difficult.
I liked using the pass. My complaint, though, is that when we arrived in Paris, it was already 315pm and the place to pick up our 3 day pass closes at 3pm, so we lost that day. The next day, it was difficult to find the location to pick it up. Would be nice if it were in a more central location.
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