Paris on a budget

A dream holiday to Paris does not have to cost the earth.  Hotels and dining do not have to break the bank.  Paris is affordable for even the most budget conscious traveller to enjoy. How?  Grab yourself a Paris Pass and you’re ready to explore!

The Paris Pass can be pre-purchased from your travel agent before you leave Australia.  In fact, the bulk of your holiday can be pre paid and is most recommended.

Le Tour Eiffel

Le Tour Eiffel

The Paris Pass offers entry to the most popular attractions and even some of the lesser known ones.  Getting around Paris is made easy with the included Paris travel card that gives you access to the extensive metro, RER and bus network.  No need to spend money on expensive cabs or single tickets.  The travel card covers two, four or six days of travel depending on the length of your stay.

The summer months in Paris are always crowded with other tourists, but for a relaxed and stress free visit choose to travel in the off-peak season.  The lines are shorter and there is more chance of seeing the best attractions at a lower cost.  March and November are the best times to visit and the weather is still good enough to get out and about in Paris.

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