Visit Paris Region in 5 days with the Paris Region Pass Experience
Practical, simple, fast, 3 days Paris Region Pass Experience is the essence of your stay on a single card:
- Unlimited access to transport including airport transfers
- Unlimited access for 2 consecutive days to over 50 museums including the Louvre Museum, the Orsay Museum and the Palace of Versailles
- A 1h cruise on the Seine
- A day of panoramic bus hop on / hop off
So don’t forget your pleasure!
Illustration through this suggested itinerary.
Offers followed by an * are included in Paris Region Pass Experience.
When you arrive at the airport, collect your Paris Region Pass Experience at one of the Tourist Information Centres (you can also reserve in advance at visitparisregion.com). Once you have collected your pass, go to the RER * station or use the bus services * to travel to the heart of the capital.
On Île de la Cité, walk through the flower and bird market, and admire the Conciergerie * and Sainte-Chapelle * . Then go over to the Left Bank and stop at Beaupassage, rue de Grenelle, a new outdoor venue for gourmet food.
Walk along the banks of the Seine and see the Musée du Quai-Branly – Jacques-Chirac * and the Eiffel Tower. At the foot of the Eiffel Tower, take a one-hour discovery cruise * .
Your Paris Region Pass lets you discover the Palace of Versailles * . In the morning, see the royal apartments and the Hall of Mirrors as well as the French gardens. Many restaurant options are available on-site. In the afternoon, discover the estate of Trianon * . Outside the palace, entry to the Gallery of Coaches is free. End your day on a high note at a concert at the Royal Chapel or the Royal Opera.
In the morning, explore the treasures in the Louvre Museum * before sitting down to lunch at Loulou, the restaurant at MAD – the Musée des Arts Décoratifs * with a view out over the Tuileries Garden and the Eiffel Tower.
Then head for the Marais district to visit Centre Pompidou * , Europe’s largest collection of modern and contemporary art. A few minutes away, the Musée Picasso-Paris * will delight aficionados of the Catalan master.
Take a stroll through this lively historic quarter, treat yourself to a cocktail at the Little Red Bar and get a taste of reimagined French cuisine at Le Dôme du Marais. Unless you’d prefer to spend the evening in one of the capital’s legendary cabarets.
With your Paris Region Pass Experience, relive the opulence of the Empire and the romance between Napoleon and Josephine, at the Château de Malmaison * , only 20 minutes outside of Paris. When you head back out into Paris, stop by MarXito, chef Thierry Marx’s street food restaurant. Then go to the Musée de l’Armée * and the Dôme des Invalides * , which houses Napoleon’s tomb. A bit further is the Iéna Bridge, which will take you to the Cité de l’Architecture et du Patrimoine * with a view of the Eiffel Tower. You can even have dinner at Girafe, the new restaurant at the museum.
Round off the evening on the panoramic terrace of the Arc de triomphe * , commissioned by Napoleon : the Avenue des Champs Elysées is at your feet.
Start your day with a panoramic bus ride * where you can hop on and off. Go to Boulevard Haussmann and the department stores to shop. You can take a gourmet break at the new Printemps du Goût. To end your day, go up to Montmartre, the Sacré-Coeur Basilica and its panoramic view of the capital.
Your Paris Region Pass takes you back to the airport.