Paris Tourist Card
Explore the city of love
Paris Tourist Card
The City of Love
Discover Paris hassle-free with the Paris Digital Pass. With the fast track entry benefits, you save hours standing in line at the Louvre Museum and the Eiffel Tower. Experience the sights of Paris from a boat during a cruise on the Seine River, also included in your Paris City Card. Add to this 10% discount on other attractions, museums and excursions and you understand that the Paris Pass is the best way to enjoy Paris and save both time and money at the same time.
The Paris Tourist Card is the perfect way to customize your city trip. The big advantage is that the Paris Card is not limited to 24 or 48 hours or has other restrictions. You decide what you want to visit and when so that you can enjoy the sights and attraction in Paris at your own pace.
Fast Track Entry
Don’t waste time standing in line and skip straight to the front of queues. You enjoy fast track entry to some of the most popular museums and attractions including the Louvre and the Eiffel Tower. Just show your ticket and jump to the front line! You’ll go up the Eiffel Tower with an expert, English-speaking guide. With the ticket to the Louvre you also have access to the Eugène Delacroix Museum.
The card does not include free public transport, but in many places in Paris you can buy one- or multi-day tickets for public transport (metro, bus, tram) in the city. Paris has a perfect network of underground public transport. A cruise on the Seine is also included in the city pass. Tickets for the hop-on hop-off bus can be purchased at a discount.
Audio Guide App
The Paris City Card also includes an app with audioguide. With this you will discover more than 100 sights in Paris. Local guides provide commentary and tell about their ‘secret spots’. The app also includes walking routes.
Your Paris Tourist Card not only allows free entry to the Louvre Museum and the Eiffel Tower, a free cruise on the Seine River is also included. This card also offers lots of significant savings on iconic spots like Musée d’Orsay and the Picasso Museum as well as discounts on tours and excursions including Versailles and Moulin Rouge.
How does the Paris Digital Pass work?
The Paris Digital Pass is not a physical pass, so you don’t have to pick up anything in Paris, but you can arrange everything online right at home! Select your arrival date in Paris. After ordering you will receive an email with a link. Here you can enter when you want to visit the attractions in Paris. You will then receive all tickets by email, which you can also show on your phone. You will also receive a discount code with which you can get a 10% discount at other museums, attractions, tours and excursions in Paris.
- Ticket and fast track entry to the Louvre
- Ticket and fast track entry to the Eiffel Tower
- Ticket for the Eugène Delacroix Museum
- Ticket for a cruise on the Seine River (1-hour)
- Discounts on museums and attractions
- Discounts on cruises
- Discounts on tours and excursions
The City of Paris
Paris is the capital city of France and with 2.3 million inhabitants the largest city in the country. Paris is a popular city trip destination. Tourists from around the world visit Paris. The Louvre Museum is the second-most visited museum in the world. Arrive early or late in the day to avoid some of the crowd. Paris is also the city of haute couture and home to the largest fashion houses including Dior and Chanel. You find the majority of design headquarters and flagship stores at the Golden Angle; the intersection of the avenues Avenue Montaigne, Avenue George V and Rue François 1e. Many budget airlines operate low cost flights to Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport.
Paris is like an open-air museum with iconic spots like the Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe, Notre Dame Cathedral and the Sacré-Cœur on top of a hill in the Montmartre neighbourhood. The Avenue des Champs-Elysées is probably the most famous avenue in the world and known for its theatres, cafés, restaurants and luxury shops. Be sure to wander through ‘le Quartier Latin’, known for its student life, numerous bistros and lively atmosphere. Include in your city trip a visit to Musée d’Orsay which is home to the largest collection of impressionist painters in the world.