How Much Does The Paris Metro Cost?

How much is a 3 day Metro pass in Paris?

Paris Visite

Number of daysZones 1-3Zones 1-5
1€ 12.30€ 22.85
2€ 20.00€ 34.70
3€ 27.3€ 48.65
5€ 39.30€ 59.50

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What is the cheapest way to get around Paris?

The cheapest, but especially most efficient way of transport to get around Paris is the Velib. You pay a fee of 1,70 EUR for a dayticket or 8 Eur for a week ticket. During the validity of this ticket you can use any bicycle from the velib network. The catch to really travel cheap is to change bikes every 30 minutes.

Is there a day pass for Paris Metro?

Mobilis is a pass for one calendar day. The price depends on the zones where you intend to travel; if you plan to stay within the city, a Zone 1 pass is all you need. In addition to the Navigo Easy stored-value ticket card, the Paris transportation network offers Navigo Weekly and Navigo Monthly passes.

How do I buy metro tickets in Paris?

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How much is a 1 day Metro pass in Paris?

Paris Visite Pass

12€ for 1 day 1-3 zone. 65.80€ for 5 day 1-5 zone. children prices (4-9 years, 3 & under free) are discounted ~50% 6€ for 1 day 1-3 zone.

How much is a week Metro pass in Paris?

The price of a Navigo Week pass is 22.80€.

Is a Paris pass worth it?

For the business traveller who is spending a few days in Paris, and only gets the opportunity to visit one or two museums, the Paris Pass is definitely not worth it, and neither is the Paris Museum Pass.

Can you go to Paris without knowing French?

In Paris you may speak your native tongue at home, at work and with your friends, but if you don’t speak French, you definitely need to speak English. However most will be able to muddle through the transaction with you in at least basic, and sometimes very good, English.

Is the Paris Metro safe?

The Parisian Metro is considered safe by most visitors, but passengers should be aware of safety points when using the public transport. Key Facts: Pickpockets are active on the Metro network ( particularly in line 1 : the most touristic one) Certain stations have become known as crime ‘hot spots’

How long does a metro ticket last in Paris?

Typically, you will have to insert your ticket into the turnstile in order to gain access to the station. A single ticket costs 1.70€ and allows unlimited travel and transfer within the Metro for up to 90 minutes. You can also make one transfer between Metro and RER (the ticket is valid until you exit a Metro station).

Can I buy a Paris Metro pass at the airport?

In Paris: Paris Visite pass can be purchased in all Paris Metro, RER, Transilien SNCF stations, bus terminal ticket counters, RATP Boutiques, RATP sales desks at Orly and CDG airports and Paris tourist offices. From outside of Paris: You can book it online directly at Rail Europe.

Is there a 1 day Paris Pass?

This 1-day pass is one of the most affordable tourist passes in Paris. For one low price, you’ll have access to the following activities and benefits: 1-hour cruise/boat tour on the Seine with the Bateaux Parisiens.