Type of passes
- Lite (1 or 2 days) or Premium (2, 4 or 6 days with extra day metro add-on)
- Adult only
- Children/teen will get individual passes since museums are free for them
- Add-ons: Paris Hop on hop off bus, RER train tickets to Disneyland or Versailles, Versailles fountain show.
Description Lite version (1 or 2 days)
This is the cheapest combo pass around for a stop over or week-end break. It includes the unlimited travel pass Paris metro pass 1 or 2 days, Louvre ticket (1 day version), Louvre and Orsay museums tickets (2 days version) and a free one hour commented river cruise on the Seine river. Special discounts at some places showing your metro pass and 30 days online French lessons for free and a free street/metro Paris map. We never used it but we’re certain it perfectly fits needs for short stays, click here for more details. You can also order the add-ons listed that are accessible to both versions.
December 2013 update: I just discovered a new version named ‘Suburban’ Lite pass, same as above but including 5 zones travel pass for Disneyland residents, good to know.
Description Premium version (2, 4 or 6 days)
This is the only combo pass available that covers the lengh of a stay without holes for transportation for 3 or 5 days. Based on the number of days requested, it will include the unlimited travel pass Paris metro pass, Paris museum pass and a free one hour commented river cruise on the Seine river. Special discounts at some places showing your metro pass and 30 days online French lessons for free and a free street/metro Paris map.
The metro pass card covers 3 zones, meaning the entire city of Paris and that’s where the add-ons are really useful because you will need special train tickets if you wish to visit Versailles Castle or Disneyland. A new add-on is now apparently available in 2015 to extend your metro pass for one extra day. Click here for Premium combo pass rates.
Why kids/teens don’t need such combo pass? Because access to museums and monuments is free for them in Paris (if aged under 18). They will only need to get their metro pass, river cruise ticket and they will be able to follow the parents and cut the lines showing their adult passes.
This is the combo pass that we’re all using since a few years because it’s so convenient with the add-ons, flexibility with coverage and fabulous delivery service. We used once the Paris pass but switched to Paris ComboPass because it’s more flexible and much cheaper for the same services. Since we have a bunch of kids, the ability to get them their own passes and follow us wherever we’re going is really great.