Paris ComboPass. When planning your trip we suggest you get a Paris City Pass that combines the Paris Museum Pass and the Metro pass before you leave home.
One of the city passes we recommend is called the Paris ComboPass.
There are two versions of this all-inclusive pass, and they'll make your trip to Paris a breeze. They combine the best of the Paris city passes.
1. The Paris ComboPass Premium has it all. It includes —
2. The Paris ComboPass Lite is the little brother of Paris ComboPass Premium . The 2-day mini-pass includes —
You certainly will save money with these city passes, but just as important, you'll save time. With your pass you won't have to stop to buy Metro tickets and – this is the best feature – you'll be able to breeze past the ticket lines at museums. Your time in Paris is precious, don't spend it standing in line!
There are two combination Paris passes. Each provides free entrance to museums and unlimited rides on the Metro. To learn more —
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The Paris ComboPass Premium is available in 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6-day versions.
The Paris Pass comes as 2, 4 or 6-days.
The little brother, Paris ComboPass Lite, is useful if you're only going to be in Paris for one or two days, and would like to see the two major museums.
You can personalize your Paris ComboPass by adding on features when you order:
Whichever pass you choose, a combination city pass is very useful for saving money and time. We like the fact that you don't have to figure things out when you arrive in Paris, you already have your museum and Metro tickets. We love the fact that you can bypass the looooong ticket lineups at the big popular museums.
If you use the Paris ComboPass Premium for three attractions a day you can save about 75€ on a 6-day pass, especially when you consider the savings on Metro tickets.
In addition, you get special discounts at other attractions.
So, we think it's worth it. Don't forget, perhaps the major benefit of the Paris ComboPass Premium (other than saving money!) is that you get to skip the ticket lines. This is very, very useful, especially at the larger, more popular museums. On our last visit to Musée d'Orsay we were so happy to be able to walk past the long ticket line at Door A and walk right into Door C, where there was no line at all.
As we mentioned, the Paris ComboPass Premium also includes the Paris Museum Pass. This super museum pass gives you free entrance to all the major Paris museums as well as dozens of fascinating small museums that you otherwise might not have heard of, much less visited!
We'll say it one last time – the greatest benefit of the Paris Museum Pass is that you don't have to stand in line for tickets, but go right into the museums of your choice. And as many times as you want! Skip the lines at —
One of the great features of a combination Paris city pass is that it gives you free, unlimited rides on the public transportation system. This includes the Metro, buses, the tramway, and the RER within central Paris.
The Metro is the most useful way for visitors to get around, because it is easy to navigate and maps are plentiful in each station. But we also love the buses. They're not as fast as the Metro, and they take a little bit more planning, but you get to see so much more of Paris.
The Paris ComboPass Premium provides some pretty good discounts at a few additional attractions.
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Here's a synopsis of what you get with the Paris ComboPass Premium —
Free entrance to more than 60 Paris museums and monuments, including the absolute top museums like the Louvre and fascinating lesser-known ones like Musée Nissim De Camondo.
Free, unlimited use of the Metro as well as the buses, the RER and the tramways.
This super Paris city pass also includes a Seine River Cruise and special prices at other attractions.
Our recommendation is to order this all-inclusive pass online so that you get it before you leave home. It's easy to do by following any of the links on this page.
If you're just going to be in Paris for a day or two, or only want a "lite" museum experience, then you should consider the Paris ComboPass Lite.
This Paris city pass comes in a 1-day version and a 2-day version. It includes a Paris Visite Metro Pass for those days. In addition, with the 1-day version you get a Louvre Museum Pass. The 2-day pass includes the Louvre Pass plus a ticket to Musée d'Orsay.
This little brother to the Paris ComboPass Premium has some of the same features, such as —
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