Paris Visite Pass

By | March 13, 2024 | in

My family of 6 will be in Paris from the 29 July to 2 Aug for the Olympics. Would the Paris Visite pass be the best choice for us? We all have iPhones so the Android option would not work for us. We will be going to Munich on the 2nd and returning on the 3rd to get to Disneyland Paris until the 6th. Any advice is greatly appreciated.

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Staff March 13, 2024

Yes I believe the Paris Visite will be a good option for you and your family for the 5 days from July 29 - Aug 2.  The other option would be the Paris 2024 pass put onto Navigo Easy cards for nearly the same price (70€ for Paris 2024 + 2€ Navigo Easy card vs. 76.25€ for Paris Visite ticket).  The difference being whether you want to use/carry a card you can tap or a ticket you must insert/retrieve from turnstiles and gates.  Also, if you happen to be flying into Orly airport, the Paris Visite ticket will cover the Orlyval train between Orly airport and Antony station of the RER B train line; the Paris 2024 pass does not cover the Orlyval train (the transport authority has not specified this coverage explicitly so I'm assuming Orlyval train is not covered).
To get from Paris to Disneyland and back, I would just buy single use RER A tickets from Paris to Marne la Vallée (the Disneyland station) which cost 6€ each way (during the 2024 Olympics).  I'm assuming you wil be staying at Disneyland and not traveling back & forth to Paris.  If you are traveling back and forth to Paris to visit Disneyland each day, a Paris Visite 3-day 5-zone to cover Aug 3-5 would make sense, with single-use tickets for the final day such as for your trip to the airport on the 6th.


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