Updated on June 3, 2020 by LM Tourism Editorial Staff
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Paris Pass Promo Code -50%: as of 21 October 2020 there is a 50% discount on Paris attractions with Paris Passes of 6 days duration with the promo code 1**[show code], while for 2, 3 and 4-day passes see our table of top promo codes below. It is valid for passes bought online, which can then be used within 1 year. See below how the discount is calculated.
If you are already in Paris: you too can get these discounts instead of paying the full price, by either 1) buying the Paris Pass online, printing the confirmation email and then collecting the ticket at the Big Bus desk in Pyramides near the Louvre, or 2) easier, buying online and downloading directly on your smartphone the Paris Explorer Digital Pass which has fewer attractions (you choos 3, 5 or 7 out of 19), but costs less and includes the Eiffel Tower 2nd floor (you still need to book a time), which is not included in the Paris Pass.
The Paris Pass is the tourist pass to look out for in Paris, including entrance to more than 60 attractions and museums in the "city of love", like for example the hop-on hop-off Bus Tour, the Louvre, Versailles, or a river cruise.
It is available for either 2, 3, 4 or 6 days duration.
The main benefits of the Paris Pass are: 1) to save money on admission prices as opposed to buying tickets directly at every attraction, 2) to save time by letting you skip some of the queues in places like the Louvre and Pompidou, and 3) to get discounts for restaurants and stores in Paris.
The Paris Pass for adults costs € 130 for 2 days, € 165 for 3 days, € 205 for 4 and € 245 for 6 days.
For teens from age 12 to 17 it costs € 75 for 2 days, € 95 for 3 days, € 115 for 4 and € 145 for 6 days.
Children from 4 to 11 pay € 40 for a 2-day pass, € 55 for 3 days, € 65 for 4 and € 80 for 6 days.
The Paris Pass basically works like an all you can eat restaurant: once you have bought the pass, you’ll have access to all the attractions and museums included. The more attractions and museums you visit, the bigger the savings.
In many cases, you won’t even need to wait in long queues to buy tickets: all you have to do to be admitted is show your Paris Pass.
The very touristy double decker hop-on hop-off 1-day bus tour of Paris. You will like it because you will see the most popular landmarks and museums in Paris and in the world like the Louvre, Notre Dame and the Eiffel Tower, all with live guides and wi-fi. It's better to do it on your first full day in Paris because it's an introduction to get the feel of the city (standard entry price € 38).
Seine River Cruise on 'Bateaux Parisiens'
The river cruise allows you to take in some of the most breathtaking views of Paris directly from the river at a special vantage point. These include Notre Dame, la Conciergerie, the Louvre, Place de la Concorde, The Trocadero and the Eiffel Tower. It lasts approximately 1 hour (Standard price € 15).
The Louvre Museum
With 10 million visitors in 2018, it is the most visited museum on the planet. Its collection includes works of art of all genres and backgrounds including “Monna Lisa” and “The Virgin on the Rocks” by Leonardo, “San Giorgio and the Dragon” by Raffaello and the statue of the “Venus de Milo” (Standard Entry Price € 12).
Centre Pompidou: Modern Art Museum
Together with the MOMA in New York City, this museum is regarded as the most important modern art museum in the world. It displays around 60,000 works of art from the 20th and 21st century, by famous authors such as Pablo Picasso, Andy Warhol, Wassily Kandinsky, Henry Matisse and Joàn Miro’ (Standard Entry Price € 13).
It is home to countless impressionist and post-impressionist masterpieces. Among these, incredible works by Vincent Van Gogh, Paul Cézanne, Edouard Manet, Henri Matisse, Claude Monet and Pierre-Auguste Renoir (Standard Entry Price € 11).
Grevin Paris Wax Museum
The most famous copies include General de Gaulle, Marylin Monroe, Charlie Chaplin, Alfred Hitchcock, Michael Jackson, Céline Dion, Johnny Depp, Elton John e Monica Bellucci. The astounding baroque building also houses a crowded theatre and a hall of mirrors that always captures the interest of the little ones (Standard price € 24.50).
National Picasso Museum
It contains over 3,000 of Picasso’s works: paintings, pottery and sketches, together with objects that help the visitor to better understand the works he is admiring, such as works from contemporary artists that were inspired by or parodied the painter’s style.
Tour of the Arch of Triumph
The construction of this astonishing monument was ordered by Napoleon Bonaparte. The tour allows visitors to admire the interior and to go to the top, with an incredible view of the city. From that height, you can see the Défense, the Eiffel Tower, Notre-Dame and the Cathedral of Sacre Coeur (Standard Entry Price € 9.50).
Besides being the royal residence wanted by Louis XIV, it is also one of the most beautiful, and luxurious palaces in the world. Don't miss the royal apartments of the King, the Queen, the famous Hall of Mirrors, the wonderfully kept gardens, the park, Trianon Palace, or a visit to the royal stables and the water games of the fountains (Standard entry price € 18).
Here is the complete list of all attractions included in the Paris Pass.
Included in every Paris Pass is the Paris Visite Card that allows you unlimited travel on every metro, RER, bus, tram and on the Montmartre Cable Car, covering zones 1 to 3 in the centre of Paris.
In the FAQ section of the Paris Pass website, a case study is presented, showing the use of the 4-day pass, visiting 4 attractions every day. In that case, for example, the amount of money saved would be a total of 40 euros, not including the savings for transport costs. The pass also includes discounts in various stores and restaurants throughout Paris.
In general, the pass proves it’s worth it if the visitor wants to see 2 paid attractions or more per day. Of course, the more visits, the more are the savings on what he would have paid, had he not purchased the pass. The most noteworthy advantage, however, still lies in the possibility of skipping long lines, saving time for other more stimulating activities.
On the retailer’s website you can find an interactive map with all the attractions and relevant descriptions:
Interactive map of the attractions, available on the Paris Pass Website
2, 3 and 4-day Paris passes. Here you can check out all the best currently active promo codes for the Paris Pass, for all pass durations: 2, 3, 4 and 6 days, valid as of the 21st of October 2020:
Buy the Paris Pass at the Paris Pass Website
The Paris Pass was created by Leisurepass, member of the European Association of Tourist Operators, that also produces the passes for both London and New York.