Hop-On, Hop-Off 1-Day Paris Sightseeing with 2 Day Paris Museum Pass
As in many cities, keep your wallet or purse secured and leave the bling behind. Flat shoes make walking on cobblestones much easier.
The Pass for Paris OpenTour Pass is valid for 1 day and the Paris Museum Pass is valid for 2 consecutive days from the first day of use.
Paris Museum Pass 2 days
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Over the next couple of days, with our literature in hand, all of Paris is right at your fingertips. For one of them, transportation will be a literal breeze. Your convenient hop on, hop off ride whisks you around on four tour itineraries, in search of your kind of adventure – whether historic, romantic, fashionable, fun, or shopper friendly.
Enjoy maximum flexibility and fantastic views from the open-air, upper deck. The audio guide adds valuable context, coloring in the stories behind the sights you see. Even kids are immersed in tales told expressly for them. As often as you please, pick from 50 stops. Dream of gazing in awe at the Eiffel Tower? Browsing chic boutiques, or breaking for a bite in a famous cafe? Hop off now, then hop back on later for more.
Ready to dig deeper? Pull out your Paris Museum Pass, and seek your personal interests, in museums, monuments, palaces, cathedrals, and estates across the city and surrounding region. Admire Medieval and Renaissance art and architecture at 15 inspiring landmarks. Examine Impressionism and Contemporary art, as well as science, technology, transportation, and communication.
Visit artists' homes and workshops, and unearth the treasures of Asia, Africa, the South Pacific, and the Americas. Live Napoleonic epics at the Arc de Triomphe and Chateau de Fontainebleau, plus Les Invalides, with the tomb of Napoleon himself. Stroll royal and imperial residences – and seats of power – including decadent Versailles and Louis XIV's private escape and Marie Antoinette's estate there. Surely, in some luxe corner of town, this GoBe experience will help you find a Parisian sanctuary of your very own.
“To great men, the grateful homeland"
After this enlightening trip, you'll feel right at home – though not permanently, just yet – at the Pantheon. This 16th-century monument was built by King Louis XV as a church devoted to St. Genevieve and to hold her relics. Nowadays, its crypt entombs France's biggest thinkers, like Voltaire, Marie Curie, Alexandre Dumas, and Victor Hugo. It's a huge honor to be interred here. Only a parliamentary act recognizing one as a national hero allows it.
Full refunds issued for cancellations made 7 full days prior to the date and time of requested services. Cancellations made within the 7-day and 72-hour window will receive a 50% refund of purchase total. Purchases are non-refundable inside of 72 hours..