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The ParisPass

Updated: Jun 30, 2019

Thinking of going to Paris? Check out my review below, complete with lots of photos of many of the landmarks included!

The stunning golden gates of Château de Versailles

The ParisPass was well worth the money spent, especially because it included the price of transportation in Zones 1, 2, and 3. I was able to make use of it throughout my seven day trip (I bought the six day pass, spending the last day simply roaming around the city and taking in all the sights and foods). Unfortunately, the pass does not include the Eiffel Tower or the Catacombs (just two of the major things included on Your RV Lifestyle's list of 100 Things to Do in France), both of which are Parisian tourism staples, which was a disappointment. Though it would have been nice for those to be on the pass, it was still certainly worth the purchase due to the inclusion of over sixty other attractions.

See below for a few of the pictures from my favourite ParisPass attractions.

What were your favourite Parisian tourist attractions? Let me know in the comments!

À bientôt!



P.S. A word of caution when it comes to your métro tickets — do NOT keep them near your cell phone! Mine was demagnetized multiple times because I stored it in my phone case (it wasn't until a friend of mine who I met up with on one of my last days in the city informed me that the strip on the back of the little ticket can become demagnetized and stop working).

P.P.S. Here are just some of the places I visited in Paris with the ParisPass:

l’Opèra Garnier

La Conciergerie

Musée de Cluny (Moyen-Âge)

Le Panthéon

Musée du Louvre

Château de Versailles

Basilique Royale de Saint-Denis

*Originally posted on Emulating Emily


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