A First Timer's Guide to Palais Garnier | Opera Garnier Tours & Tickets (2023)

Palais Garnier, also known as the Opera Garnier Paris or simply the Paris Opera is an architectural jewel in Paris with a fascinating history and prime status in Paris’s ballet and classical music milieu. An ode to Parisian architecture, the Palais Garnier is an enchanting inspiration for many and undeniably one of the most distinguished and grand opera houses in the world. The Palais Garnier is home to the Paris ballet, so anyone hoping enjoy a Parisian rendition of La Traviata or Mozart's The Magic Flute, you know where to head!

Before you set off to tour the opulent Palais Garnier, here are a few quick things you’d like to know. A brief history of the Palais Garnier, how to get the best Palais Garnier tickets, whether a guided tour or self guided tour works better and other details about the location, timings and how to get there.

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Palais Garnier History

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Palais Garnier’s history dates back to 1860, under the auspices of Emperor Napoleon III as a part of civic planner Baron Haussmann’s plan to renovate and transform all of Paris. A contest was organised to attract proposals for the construction of the Palais Garnier. Out of the 171 proposals submitted, Charles Garnier a little-known 35-year-old architect won the comission to build Paris’s Opera House.

Charles Garnier’s winning architectural plan devised mounting a spectacle a within a spectacle, in lieu with Napoleon III ‘s bourgeoisie tastes. The intention was to keep the Palais Garnier as a place for the wealthy and powerful where the rich would aspire to be spotted. This was keeping in mind France’s late 19th century, post-revolutionary, industrialized society. The Palais Garnier is a blend of architectural styles and the freedom endowed on Charles to experiment with a totally atypical dimension allowed this to manifest. In the late 19th century French society, one did not go to the Opera to view the mastery and grace of artists but to show off your wealth and power; to be aroused.

After 15 years of construction plagued by setbacks like the 1870-71 Franco-Prussian War and Siege of Paris, the Paris Commune, ultimate fall of France’s second Empire, and an 1873 fire the Palais Garnier was inaugurated on Januray 5, 1875. At the time it opened, Palais Garnier was the world's largest theatre and opera house. The Opera Garnier was part palace, part temple, part administrative center; a space where money was the new king, the new power, the new god.

The Palais Garnier till today remains an iconic symbol of Paris, not just for its magnificent façade and lavish interior, but for the era it represents: a France that had weathered a century of disruption and revolution. Viewed through this lens, Palais Garnier sure feels like a ‘sign’ of its time.

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Palais Garnier Tickets

If you're looking for discounted tickets to the Palais Garnier, simply click on the Tickets tab below and book them via Headout. You can opt for a guided tour or simply purchase entry tickets and experience the Opera culture of Paris. A definite must while in the City of Lights!

Self Guided Tour of the Opera Garnier

• The Museum of the Opera
• The sun and moon salons
• Step over the grand staircase
• Access the temporary exhibits of the Opera

Price - €12

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Guided Tour of the Opera Garnier

• 90-minute tour of the Opera Garnier with access to the different areas.
• English guided tour with official guides allowing a more interactive and educative experience.

Price -

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Inside Palais Garnier Paris

This spectacle of this crowning attraction of the Opera-Haussmann neighborhood starts long before the curtain for the ballet rises. Here’s a summary of the emblematic areas at the Palais Garnier and a short glimpse of its elegant interiors.

The Exteriors

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The exteriors of Palais Garnier is your coup d'œil into the realm of pomp and refinement that Charles Garnier manifested. Every inch of the building’s facade is a unique harmony between the sculpture, painting and architecture. The building dazzles with its balconies in onyx, golden statues of Apollo, smooth marble pillars, its delicate frescoes and rich gilding. To get the best view of its exteriors, walk further from the front steps to Avenue de l’Opéra till you can consume the whole of Palais Garnier, from top to bottom in all its glory.

Grand Staircase

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The Grand Staircase is the first thing that commands your attention upon entrance. It is an exquisite piece of engineering marvel endowed in pink, green and white marble. Charles Garnier said it best when he proclaimed, “The opera is the staircase”. The staircase is flanked by 30 large single piece marble columns. Follow your eyes from the columns to the ceilings and meet the stunning fresco painted by Isidore Pils.A real high point of the visit, this staircase brings undeniable modernity to the building and contributes to making it an outstanding monument.


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While you can’t go onto the stage, you can access the auditorium and take in a splendid views of the horseshoe shaped theatre. The Paris Opera stage is the largest in Europe and can accommodate as many as 450 artists. While the auditorium on the whole is overwhelmingly beautiful, the show stealer is the Marc Chagall ceiling and 8-ton chandelier hanging down from it.

Grand Foyer

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The Grand Foyer boasts of an 18 meters high, 154 meters long and 13 meters wide hall, covered in gold and gold paint. A space intended to take stroll, take a break and mingle, the foyer is strategically located right outside the highest paying boxes. Amidst the gold and glitter, is an impressive ceiling fresco painted by Paul Baudry. Each of these frescos have some connection to art and music. The central painting is an allegory of Music flanked by smaller paintings in oval frames on either sides, one representing Comedy, the other Tragedy.

Those of you who have been to the Hall of Mirrors at the Palace of Versailles, may see a resemblance. However, the Grand Foyer is definitely more visually appealing and far less crowded than the Palace of Versailles.

Opera Library-Museum

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This well stocked library holds a vast collection of items stockpiled from years even before the Palais Garnier was fully constructed. Artefacts mainly pertain to opera and dance, but you will find a fine collection of , paintings, drawings, sketches, costumes, props and 3D models of stage sets. If you’re interested in knowing about the early years of Opera in Paris, a visit to this Library Museum will take you down the history lane.

Palais Garnier Tour

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Self Guided Tour

If you choose to independently tour the Palais Garnier, we’d suggest going for an audio guided tour. The audio guide will help you learn in depth about the building, with anecdotes, documents and lesser known secrets, enriching your experience better. The audio guide points out features that you may have overlooked if you were to be walking without a guide or the audio device, hence ensuring that you get the best out of the Palais Garnier tour. A few things you should know before going for the Self Guided Audio Tour.

  • The audio guide device costs an extra 5 Euros ( over and above the entry fee) but is completely worth the money ( and way cheaper than the guided tour).
  • The audio guided tour lasts for 1 hour
  • Be sure to have 5-7 Euros in cash for the audio guide as the counter accepts only cash. You are also required to leave an official photo id as a deposit while you buy the headset.
  • Note, the basic self guided tour does not give you access to the auditorium.
  • The Audio Guide is multilingual and available in French, English, Spanish, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Chinese, Japanese and Korean.

Self Guided VIP Palais Garnier Tour

This “Behind the curtain” informative tour takes you through areas usually prohibited to the public. One can walk through the Foyer de la Danse, explore the auditorium, inspect Marc Chagall’s ceiling, the paintings in the Grand Foyer, the façade of the Palais Garnier and chart Palais Garnier’s history through the interactive timeline, all at your own pace.

  • The VIP audio tour is offered on an iPad mini.
  • The costs are higher than the basic tour. 7 Euros for a single person and 12 Euros if two tickets are bought together. This cost is over and above the entrance fee.
  • This tour lasts for 1 hour 30 minutes and is available in French, English and Spanish only.
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Expert Guided Tour

These expert guides on guided tours unveil mysteries and give keen insights into the culture and history that led to the construction of the Opera Garnier Paris and are always more than happy to answer your doubts and queries. The guided tour even involves a 20 minute session in the auditorium where you will be seated while listening to stories about the ballet artists, elaborate decorations, French society elites who used to attend the Opera, design of the auditorium etc. Listen out for tales of Phantom of Opera in particular on the guided tour. Peering into his opera box is an all time highlight of the guided tour!.

  • There are daily expert English guided Palais Garnier Tours which departs at 11:00 AM and 2:30 PM.
  • The guided tour takes about 90 minutes and gives you access to all parts of Opera Garnier - the auditorium, gilded balconies, even up close the stage ( the self audio guided tour lacks access to the auditorium ).
  • If the tour group size is big, you will be given headsets in order to listen to the guide clearly.
  • Palais Garnier Guided tours in other foreign languages are available and details for its timings and departure can be checked on the official website.
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All You Need To Know About Visiting Palais Garnier

Palais Garnier Hours

• The Palais Garnier is open all days of the week
- From September 10th to July 15th - 10:00 AM to 4:30 PM
- From July 15th to September 10th - 10:00 AM to 5.30 PM
• The Palais Garnier remains closed on January 1st and May 1st
• The ticket office closes 30 minutes before the said day's closing time

Getting to Palais Garnier

Palais Garnier is on the corner of Rue Scribe & Rue Auber.

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  • By Metro - The closest Métro station is Opéra, which you can reach via Lines 3 (pea-green on the official RATP Métro map), 7 (pink), and 8 (lavender).
  • By RER - If you're traveling by RER, the nearest RER stop is Auber on Line A.
  • By Bus - Routes 20, 21, 22, 27, 29, 42, 52, 53, 66, 68, 81 and 95 stop a short walk away from the Paris Opera.

Palais Garnier Visitor Tips

  • You can take a Palais Garnier Tour for free on the 1st Sunday of each month. Note, this also happens to be the most crowded day of the month!
  • English tours are on Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays at 11:30 AM and 2:30 PM. In July and August, English tours run every day at 11:30 AM and 2:30 PM.
  • If you have the Paris Pass, you can take a free English speaking tour on a first-come-first serve either at 11:00 AM or 2:30 PM.
  • Since the ticket counter selling tickets for tours and theatre is combined, the lines can be slow moving. For quick entry, we’d suggest purchasing tickets for both tours and theatre online in advance. If this is a last minute plan and you are unable to buy tickets online, there is an automated ticket machines which can help you gain entry quicker.
  • Admission to the auditorium may be restricted or forbidden at times for technical or artistic reasons. If you want guaranteed access to the auditorium, opting for the first tour in the morning is suggested. That way, you can avoid any potential rehearsal conflicts.
  • For a sedate independent tour of the Palais Garnier, keep aside 2 hours of your day. This is including the stringent security check which will take about 30 minutes on a crowded day.
  • If you're interested in seeing an Opera show, you can pre-book your tickets here. Try timing your visit such that you can squeeze in a tour and an opera show.
  • The Palais Garnier roof has a honey bee hive and over 300 kgs of honey is harvested every year. You can pick up a tiny bottle from the gift shop as you exit. No better souvenir, we say!

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How long should I spend at Palais Garnier? ›

Allow yourself about two hours give or take to fully enjoy visiting the Palais Garnier.

How much is a ticket to Palais Garnier? ›

Tickets to the public areas of the Palais Garnier include access to any temporary exhibitions and cost €14 for adults or €10 for visitors aged between 12 and 25. Children under the age of 12, disabled visitors and the unemployed can enter free of charge. The multimedia tour costs an additional €5.

How long does it take to tour the Palais Garnier? ›

The guided tour takes about 90 minutes and gives you access to all parts of Opera Garnier - the auditorium, gilded balconies, even up close the stage ( the self audio guided tour lacks access to the auditorium ).

Does opera have a dress code? ›

There's really no wrong way to dress for the opera (excluding meat dresses and swim trunks). It's all about what the opera-goer feels comfortable wearing when it's all boiled down. A great tip for opera newbies would be to dress up the first time to attend a performance.

Do you have to wear black to the opera? ›

Opera dress code

It was (and often still is) a way to see a free fashion show. But times have changed, and today there are no dress codes at the opera. You will see people wearing a huge variety of different fashion. You will never be turned away from the opera for what you are wearing.

Can I wear jeans to the Royal Opera House? ›

There is no formal dress code. We want everyone to feel comfortable and able to engage with what is happening on stage, and so we encourage audiences and visitors to wear whatever they feel comfortable wearing. We only ask that you are fully clothed and that your feet are covered.

Is there a dress code for the Paris Opera? ›

There is no particular dress code, but proper attire is required. For gala evenings, it is suggested that gentlemen wear a dark suit and ladies a dress.

What do you wear to the French opera? ›

For women, a dress, blouse/skirt, or blouse/nice pants is fine. For men, a dress shirt, nice pants, and nice shoes are fine. Many people were in business casual style clothing during all three of my visits. The two French men sitting in front of me during my last visit were both just wearing sweaters and khaki pants.

Are opera concerts expensive? ›

Opera has a reputation of being really, really expensive. And you can easily drop over $300 (or more) on the best seat at a big opera house. But the majority of opera is much, much more affordable, and opera companies continue to offer discounted tickets in a variety of ways.

Is it free to go inside the opera house? ›

It's free to visit the Opera House

The Opera House is a building that you can visit at any time. Simply walk along the water from Circular Quay. The sights don't stop at the front!

Is the Opéra Garnier worth it? ›

The Opéra Garnier is an important monument of French and Parisian culture. You will be amazed by its decoration worthy of a king's castle. No matter if you love History, art or even literature, you will be delighted by this visit.

What is the best time of day to visit Palais Garnier? ›

Visiting in the morning is the best time to see the Palais Garnier. There are fewer crowds and a beautiful morning light pours in through the massive windows. The best way to see the Opera House is to join a guided tour. We opted for a private two-hour tour to really get to know the ins and outs of the building.

Is Palais Garnier tour worth it? ›

So what is the best way to see the whole of the Palais Garnier? Even if you aren't committing to a show here—which we highly recommend—the public tours are an unmissable experience and worth every penny. If you prefer to move at your own pace, there's also a good self-guided audio tour.

Which Palais Garnier tour is best? ›

The self-guided visit or the guided tour? If you have any interest in the Palais Garnier building, especially as the setting of The Phantom of the Opera, you should really consider the guided tour. It's literally only a few euros more than the self-guided visit, so you really can't go wrong.

What should you not wear to the opera? ›

Though there aren't any strict dress codes, it's best to wear something on the formal side. Things to definitely keep out of the opera house? Sweatpants, casual sneakers, or distressed jeans. Keep on reading for our favorite opera looks…

Can I wear sneakers at the opera? ›

The opera is an occasion to dress up, so avoid anything that appears so casual that you might wear running around on the weekend. This means no denim or denim jackets, no jeans, and no sneakers.

Can you wear jeans to the theater? ›

Both formal and informal clothing is accepted. From casual t-shirts, jeans and flip-flops to a cocktail dress or tuxedo, the spectrum of audience style is so broad that there is no specific dress code.

What clothes to wear to an opera? ›

The bottom line is this: the best thing to wear to the opera is whatever makes you the most comfortable. We'll be thrilled to see you in a gown, jeans, shorts, or even in a little bit of costuming. Come as you are!

Can you wear a gown to an opera? ›

Italians dress to the nines when they go to see an opera performance. Men traditionally wear a tuxedo, while women wear ball gowns, cocktail dresses or elegant pants suits. It's not all black tie - there are plenty of options.

Can you drink during opera? ›

Most operas have at least one intermission—use that time to grab a glass of champagne or a quick bite (view food and drink options) and explore the opera house.

What do you wear to see the Nutcracker? ›

A pretty standard outfit for the ballet includes a dress or skirt! Now's the time to dress up in your fancy fare. I've paired black dresses with cropped sweaters (left) and tucked sweaters into skirts (right) for a similar look.

Can you wear jeans in the main dining room on Carnival Cruise? ›

Not permitted in the dining room during the Cruise Elegant dinner for ladies and gentlemen: shorts, gym shorts, T-shirts, beach flip-flops, bathing suit attire, jeans, cut-off jeans, sleeveless shirts for men, sportswear, and baseball hats.

Can you wear jeans to a classy restaurant? ›

Yes, you can wear jeans to a nice restaurant, especially when paired with a nice top. What you will pair with the jeans will make a big impact on the whole outfit. Wearing jeans is more likely acceptable to laid-back establishments than a fine dining restaurant.

Can you wear leggings in Paris? ›

Are Leggings Okay to Wear in Paris? Some travelers love wearing leggings for comfort, but they're often too casual looking as pants for Paris. If you're a big fan of leggings, consider pairing a black pair with long tunics during the spring, or wearing them under Paris style dresses and skirts in fall and winter.

Can you wear jeans in Paris? ›

You can wear jeans, if they are discreet, dark and well cut, but not in the evening, and not with a tee shirt and sneakers – you would look too casual. If you're planning to enjoy a night out on the town, this is a good rule to remember. Most nightclubs won't allow you in if you're wearing sneakers and jeans.

What to wear in Paris so you don't look like a tourist? ›

Think sneakers, but in classic white, not in wildly clashing neon. Denim, as long as it is worn almost as if it has been tailored. Also a trench coat, a shirtdress, a white shirt, a black blazer. And think the single strategically chosen accessory: a scarf, a wide belt, some big earrings, though worn one at a time.

How should I dress for dinner in France? ›

For most restaurants and bars, the dress code is dressed-up casual. So, if you do decide to go with a cocktail dress, the norm is for it to be accompanied by tights and a sweater/light jacket. This isn't because Parisians are against showing skin; it's just not typical for this type of setting.

What are the best seats in Paris Opera House? ›

Best Seats in the Theatre: Opt for the middle seats in rows D to H of the stalls section if you're looking for a great view of the stage. The middle seats of the first two rows of the circle section are also considered premium since they are not obstructed and offer a clean view of the stage.

Do you have to wear a suit to the opera? ›

There's no compulsory dress code. Wear what you'll feel comfortable in. It can get cold in the theatre, so consider an extra layer. And if you're seeing a show on an outdoor stage, bring warm and weather-proof clothing!

Does opera include dancing? ›

Opera is a dramatic story told through song. It is considered by many to be the most complete art form, combining all of the elements of art, words, music, drama and dance.

Do you have to wear a mask at the Opera House? ›

Bring and wear a mask.

Face masks are strongly recommended for all patrons while inside our theatres and foyers, including during the performance.

What time is best to visit Opera House? ›

Early morning and late evenings are good if you are seeking a relatively crowd-free environment. The Tour timings to the Sydney Opera House starts from 9 am to 5 pm.

Can you walk on top of the Opera House? ›

No, you don't get to actually get up onto the sails. If you want to do that, you'll either have to become a protester and risk substantial gaol time or become the NSW Arts Minister (pictured on the sails, above).

Can you take umbrellas into the Opera House? ›

Larger items – including handbags bigger than A4-size, backpacks, umbrellas, suitcases and prams – are not permitted inside the venues and must be cloaked. Cloaking is at the discretion of Opera House venue security staff and all items will be visually inspected.

Can you walk in Palais Garnier? ›

Is the Palais Garnier open to the public? Yes, it is. You can tour it for a fee or stop into the lobby where you would buy tickets, just to take a peek inside.

Can you enter the Opera Garnier for free? ›

Is Palais Garnier free? If you want to walk inside Palais Garnier, you will have to pay for it. To visit the Paris Opera House, the price is 14 €. The visit is free for children under 12.

How long is the Paris Opera house tour? ›

Visitors can either visit the Opera with a tour guide or by themselves. The guided tours last 90 minutes, so you might prefer to visit the building by yourself if you don't have much time to spare.

How early should you go to the opera? ›

It's best practice to plan on arriving 30-45 minutes before the start of the performance. You never know how traffic or weather may affect your travel, and patrons who arrive after the start of the performance won't be seated until the first appropriate break - often intermission.

Where is best to sit at the opera? ›

Select seats in the middle of the stalls for the best view and sound. Operas typically use the entirety of the stage. For the best view of the stage, select seats that are as close to the center of the theater in the stalls, which are the seats at floor level in the theater.

Is it better to go to the top of the Eiffel Tower at night or day? ›

According to HuffPost, while the Eiffel Tower is stunning during just about every part of the day, the absolute best time to visit is at 1 a.m. Most people know that as soon as the sun sets, the Eiffel Tower is lit up with golden lights that make the landmark look like it's glowing.

How much does it cost to get into Opéra Garnier? ›

The Palais Garnier is open daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. but may close earlier on days of matinee performances. Unguided admission costs 14 euros (around $14) for adults and 10 euros (about $10) for students and those younger than 25.

How much is a ticket to Opera Garnier? ›

- €35 for a ticket to an opera.

What is the most prestigious opera house in the world? ›

The World's Best Opera Houses
  • 1 Sydney Opera House (Sydney, Australia) ...
  • 2 Glyndebourne Opera House (East Sussex, England) ...
  • 3 La Scala Opera House (Milan, Italy) ...
  • 4 Royal Opera House (London, England) ...
  • 5 Teatro di San Carlo (Naples, Italy) ...
  • 6 Teatro Colon (Buenos Aires, Argentina) ...
  • 7 Bolshoi Theatre (Moscow, Russia)
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Is Palais Garnier free on the first Sunday? ›

Palais Garnier Visitor Tips

You can take a Palais Garnier Tour for free on the 1st Sunday of each month. Note, this also happens to be the most crowded day of the month! English tours are on Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays at 11:30 AM and 2:30 PM.

Is the Grand Palais worth visiting? ›

We like it for:

Its architecture and its massive glass-dome. Its temporary and unique exhibitions. Its various events throughout the year and a termporary[1] ice rink during the Christmas period.

Can you walk into the Palais Garnier? ›

Is the Palais Garnier open to the public? Yes, it is. You can tour it for a fee or stop into the lobby where you would buy tickets, just to take a peek inside. The opera house is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Does Palais Garnier have a dress code? ›

There is no particular dress code, but proper attire is required. For gala evenings, it is suggested that gentlemen wear a dark suit and ladies a dress.

What is special about Box 5 at the Opéra Garnier? ›

Box #5 is left open to honor the Phantom of the Opera. The Palais Garnier inspired the famous play based on true events. The chandelier actually did fall and almost kill a patron, and the Palais Garnier is built over a lake and has a cistern underneath which was the inspiration for the other world in the play.

Is Palais Garnier included in Paris museum Pass? ›

With the Paris Pass you can get a free tour of the Palais Garnier, saving you €14.00. Plus, you can also get free entry into the top museums in Paris, art galleries and attractions with the complete package – not to mention a travelcard.

Can you wear jeans to the Metropolitan opera? ›

What to Wear. There is no dress code at the Met, but a night at the opera can be a great excuse to get dressed up. If you need inspiration, check out some of our favorite looks from Last Night at the Met, our curated fashion Instagram account.

Can you wear white to the opera? ›

Women should wear a dress or skirt with a blouse. White is the best color to wear. Evening gowns are not usually worn at Opening Nights, though they may be for special occasions. For opera, you must wear comfortable shoes.

Is Opera Garnier worth visiting? ›

The Opéra Garnier is an important monument of French and Parisian culture. You will be amazed by its decoration worthy of a king's castle. No matter if you love History, art or even literature, you will be delighted by this visit.

What are the best seats to have at the Royal Opera House? ›

The best seats at The Royal Opera House are located in rows A-E and F-J. These seats have a fantastic view of the stage and offer great sound quality. You can also see some of the best views of Covent Garden from these seats, which is an added bonus.

Does Paris Museum Pass include river cruise? ›

The best way to get the Paris Museum Pass is as part of the Paris Pass package. Not only do you get the museum pass, but you get other perks, like a Seine River Cruise and rides on the open-top buses. Here are a few of the museums and monuments that the Paris Museum Pass covers.

What's the difference between the Paris Pass and the Paris Museum Pass? ›

The Paris Museum Pass is only for museums and monuments, the Paris Pass adds a travel card and entry to other popular attractions.

Is the metro included in the Paris Pass? ›

6-day pass

Does The Paris Pass include Paris Metro tickets? The Paris Pass® does not include Paris Metro tickets, these will need to be purchased separately. However, it does include a 1 Day Big Bus Hop-On Hop-Off Tour which you can enjoy at your leisure and takes you straight to the city's top attractions.


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