Paris City Pass by Turbopass

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The Paris City Pass by Turbopass is available as a two-day, three-day, four-day, five-day, or six-day pass. For however long your pass is valid, you can use it as your ticket into over 60 of the most popular attractions in Paris. You pay one flat, discounted rate to purchase your Paris City Pass, then pay nothing out of pocket at whatever sites you choose to visit—often while being permitted to skip the line! The Paris City Pass by Turbopass gets you in the door of the city’s beloved museums like the Louvre, Musée d’Orsay, and Centre Pompidou, while also covering admission to major landmarks such as the Eiffel Tower and Arc de Triomphe. The Paris City Pass is accepted by an assortment of guided river cruises and wine tastings, and can be used to ride public transportation, too.

Top Included Paris Attractions

Eiffel Tower
Versailles
Arc de Triomphe
Louvre
Centre Pompidou
Musée d’Orsay
Seine River Cruise

See the complete list of available attractions and tours in the sidebar, divided by type of activity.

How the Paris TurboPass Works

When you’re ready to purchase your Paris City Pass by Turbopass, you simply choose the pass duration that best suits your needs: a two-day, three-day, four-day, five-day, or six-day pass. From there you’ll be prompted to decide how you’d like to receive your Paris City Pass.

If you select the delivery option, your Paris City Pass will be shipped to whatever home address you provide. If you click on the “Pick Up in Paris” option, you will receive a purchase-confirmation e-mail containing a pick-up voucher. You’ll then take that pick-up voucher to a Turbopass location near the metro-stations Chaussée d’Antin-La Fayette, Havre-Chaumartin, and Opéra to retrieve your Paris City Pass in person.

Once you have your Paris City Pass in hand, you’ll be able to explore the many wonders of Paris at your leisure. The Paris City Pass covers your admission to over 60 of the city’s most popular attractions; it also works as a Metro ticket covering your local public transportation costs.

What’s Good About the Paris TurboPass

Putting together your dream trip to Paris can get pretty expensive in a hurry, and the Paris City Pass helps you better budget as you plan your visit. You’re paying one flat, discounted rate for the Paris City Pass ahead of time, instead of paying the full price of admission at each individual attraction you want to see.

The Paris City Pass not only covers your admission to some of the city’s top attractions, but it includes skip-the-line privileges at a number of prestigious Paris destinations, including the always crowded Louvre. In the long run, the time you save by avoiding long waits in lengthy lines just to purchase your admission tickets will add up, helping to make your trip that much more efficient and stress-free.

As mentioned above, your Paris City Pass entitles you to ride public transportation within the city center of Paris—for Metro purposes, considered Zones 1-3—at no cost whatsoever. Simply show or scan your Paris City Pass and you’re ready to go.

Your Paris City Pass comes with a complimentary map of Paris. This is a nice little perk that permits you to get a head start on organizing your itinerary. It’s likewise a handy resource in case you need to doublecheck an address while in the midst of an excursion.

What Could Get Better?

The Paris City Pass has two collection methods: you must either have the pass mailed to your home address in advance of your trip, or you must pick it up in person when you arrive in Paris. Compared to several other tourist passes available on the market today, which come in a digital format that you can access instantly on your smartphone, this can be a nuisance.

Some of the attractions covered by the Paris City Pass—like, for instance, the Palace of Versailles—are located outside the range of your Metro fare card. While not a dealbreaker for most customers, it’s worth being aware that your Turbopass product’s highly touted public transportation option isn’t necessarily going to work for every single attraction you wish to visit.

Get Your Money’s Worth with a Paris Turbo Pass

When planning how to best use your Paris City Pass, prioritize those Paris attractions with the most expensive admission costs. This tactic will provide you the most immediate value for your investment. Plus, this way, if there’s an attraction or two you really want to visit while in Paris even if your tourist pass has already expired, you can pay out of pocket solely at those attractions with the lowest admission prices.

It may sound simple, but you’d be surprised how many people purchase a tourist pass only to not use it at all that many attractions. If you’re going to buy a Paris City Pass, be sure to use it a lot! The more attractions you go to with a tourist pass in hand, the more money you’re going to save. The one caveat to this is the person who does not care if they only save a little money but get to skip some of the long ticket lines in Paris.

Your Paris City Pass by Turbopass offers you a variety of deals and discounts at a number of attractions throughout the city. These special offers are subject to change, so you’ll want to visit the Paris City Pass official website in advance of your visit for the most up-to-date information, but they usually include attractive bonuses like 10% off select items at participating retailers.

Paris Turbo Pass Insider Tips

Make time before your trip to download the Paris City Pass app straight to your smartphone. This free app can be a tremendous asset as you explore the City of Lights. It comes loaded with terrific features like suggested tour routes, maps, audio guides, discount partners, and more.

The Paris City Pass is valid for consecutive days. This means that if you activate your three-day pass on a Monday, it’s only good for that Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. Why is this important to note? Because in order to maximize how much you can see and do with your Paris City Pass, you’ll want to activate it as early as possible in the morning. If you activate your pass at 4:30 in the afternoon and proceed to see only one museum that day, you’ve still burned an entire day. You’ll want to avoid this mistake.

Your purchase of the Paris City Pass by Turbopass entitles you to a Paris Museum Pass, too. The Paris Museum Pass is a wonderful way to see dozens and dozens of the city’s world-class museums.

Where to Buy a Paris TurboPass

The Paris City Pass by Turbopass is available online or over the phone directly from Turbopass.