Looking and surfing our website, I’ve created a list of the most viewed activities or things to do in Paris, some of them are posted bellow as Top 5. I hope they will help you save time and money, and get you pretty much wherever you want , and others to be a blast for your eyes….. You will understand later…..
Here are my TOP 5 most popular things to do in Paris:
It is a no brainer that one of the most important things to do anywhere you travel is to move around the city. The Paris Metro Pass or Paris Visite will cover all your travel needs in several options to choose from. Covering Zones 1 to 3 or 1 to 5, also available for children!!! It provides unlimited use of all the Paris public system, including RER trains, Metro, buses, etc. You will be able to use it as many times as you want during the validity of this pass. Zones 1 to 3 is the zone range were most attractions and museums are located, while zone 5 area is where CDG Airport, Disneyland Resort and Versailles Palace are located.
Of course there is nothing more romantic than whatever you plan with your couple, but don’t forget that Paris, the “city of lights” it very well known on being one of the most romantic cities in the world. The Paris Dinner Cruise on the seine, will leave the dock from the foot of the magnificent Eiffel Tower, leading you to enjoy immediately of the astonishing views of Paris at night. All this experience will be on a cruise covered in glass and transparent side which will allow you to contemplate and enjoy these magnificent sight you will never forget. The romantic atmosphere will be completed by the exquisite tastes the chefs will prepare for you to fill your whole experience with your loved one.
Definitely one of the “must do’s” while in Paris.
Most people know that Paris is the “holder” of one of the most famous paintings in the world, should I say which one? Of course you know it, “La Gioconda” or “Mona Lisa” by Leonardo Da Vinci, so, again, my vote is for the best pass which will cover most museums and attractions in Paris: the Museum Pass. You don’t have to pay for entrance to get into the museums, you don’t have to wait in line (except security ones), and there is no limit to the amount of times you can visit them, I mean, this is a VERY good pass! Including in it, the most important museums, like the Louvre, Orsay, Arch of Triumph, Notre Dame towers and crypt, Versailles Castle and many more.
Of course if you think about Paris, other than the Eiffel tower, you will also think about the “Moulin Rouge“. After the movie was launched some years ago, all the glamour and exuberance of this magnificent show implanted one more time in the mind of people all around the world. The Moulin Rouge and it’s famous “Bal du Moulin Rouge” will give you a blast of colors, feathers and costumes with the company of unique music and dancers, mastering the French Can-Can, and international musicians performing in this wold known revue. The energy and entertainment in this spectacle will leave you breathless in this “Paris at its finest” show! Of course, there are other excellent cabarets in Paris, like the Lido de Paris and Crazy Horse, bit I think the Moulin Rouge is the most iconic of them.
So I already pointed that it is a no brainer that one of the most important things to do anywhere you travel is to move around the city, so this is my choice for a perfect combination of passes (transport, museums, cruise) between budget/flexibility and comfort on choosing where do I want to start managing my travel: from home or from Paris is the Paris ComboPass®. One of the abilities of this pass is it can be sent to your home worldwide, or to your Hotel in Paris (pickup locations also available).
You will be able to choose between different options that will suit your exact needs… Including unlimited use of all the public transportation system of Paris, access to the most important museums and attractions, a Seine river cruise ticket, and more.
So that’s it! I hope you found this information useful and you can take advantages of these excellent services.
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