The Paris Pass can be a great way to save money on some of its top attractions, including some of the best things to do in Paris. But is it worth it for you? Find out in this Paris Pass review.

What is the Paris Pass?

The Paris Pass is a tourist pass that includes unlimited admission into some of the top Paris attractions, experiences, and museums (including skip-the-line privileges ar some).

How much is it?

Costs for an adult Paris Pass are below: – 2 days: €124 – 3 days: €149 – 4 days: €169

Where to Buy

You can purchase a Paris Pass online (linked here - swipe up). The pass loads instantly to your mobile device. However, it also includes a museum pass that must be picked up on arrival in the city.

*affiliate link*

Where can you use it?

The pass includes admission into some of the top things to do in Paris, including museums, historical sites, walking tours, a river cruise, and hop-on, hop-off bus.

Some included attractions:

The Louvre: €17 Versailles: €20 Musee d'Orsay: €16 Musee l'Orangerie: €12 Arc de Triomphe: €13 Notre Dame + crypt: €34 Eiffel Tower climb: €34  Montmartre tour: €34 Seine cruise: €17

Is the Paris Pass worth it?

YES! The Paris Pass is worth it if you are looking to experience the top things to do in Paris, if it's your first time in Paris, or if you love museums. In 3 days, you can save over €100!


If you don't want to do "touristy" things, want to just wander the city without visiting attractions, or you dislike museums, then it may not be for you.