Print Posted By Lost in France on 15 Apr 2009 in Travel to France - France Travel Guides

Sightseeing with the Paris Pass

ParisTake the stress out of visiting Paris with the Paris Pass. By purchasing a Paris Pass you gain free access to more than 60 must see Paris attractions including the Arc de Triomphe, the Louvre and Orsay museums as well as the famous Musée Grévin which houses over 300 wax works of the worlds most famous people.

You can also take a cruise along the River Seine and experience Paris from a whole new perspective with on-board guides who will make sure you don't miss a thing by telling you about Parisian landmarks as well as events and exhibitions that you can visit during your stay. For an extra special experience take the cruise at night time and really experience the city of light.

Paris, the city of lightAfter a relaxing cruise why not take the take the opportunity to climb the famous Towers of Notre Dame. The energy spent climbing to the top of the towers is well worth it for the fantastic view of Paris and some really good photo opportunities to remember your Paris trip by.

Another attraction not to be missed is the Château de Champs-sur-Marne, situated just outside of Paris this historical château was built at the beginning of the 18th century and once belonged to the Dukes de La Vallière. This beautiful building is laid out in a long perspective with decorative terraces leading down to the Marne river.

Along the SeineThere are far too many attractions available with a Paris Pass to list here but if you want to purchase a pass you can also plan out your trip at the Paris Pass website and don't forget that with a Paris Pass you not only save money you also get to travel free on the Paris metro and get to skip the queues at most leading attractions.

Use the link below to visit the Paris Pass website to find out more or to purchase a pass.

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