Travel passes for young people
Weekend day passes for youth
From 4€
Are you under age 26 and want a weekend of unlimited travel in Paris and the Île-de-France region in the zones of your choice? The weekend travel pass for youth is made for you!
Réseaux : BusMétroRERSNCFTramway
Nombre de trajets : unlimited
Idéal pour : young people under age 26

01. How does it work ?

The Weekend travel pass for youth is a one-day travel pass limited to young people under age 26. It can be used only on Saturdays, Sundays and bank holidays.

This day pass allows you unlimited travel in the selected zones using the public transport networks of the Île-de-France region: metro, RER, bus, tramway, and train, with the exception of Filéo and the airport connections (Orlybus, Orlyval, Roissybus, Orly and Roissy CDG by RER). You may use bus lines 183 and 285 to Orly airport and lines 350 and 351 to the Roissy CDG airport (depending on the zones selected).

For all travel passes (regardless of the duration), the validity period starts at 12 a.m. on the first day of the period and ends at 11:59 p.m. on the last day. Note: the Weekend Day Pass for youth is sold as a magnetic ticket corresponding to the zones selected. Before using this day pass, you must write your last name, first name and the day's date on the ticket. During ticket inspections, you must be able to show proof of your age.

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02. How much does it cost ?

Zones Price
Zones
1-3,
Price
4,00 €
Zones
1-5,
Price
8,70 €
Zones
3-5
Price
5,10 €

03. Where can I purchase a weekend day pass ?

The weekend day pass can be purchased at all our metro, tramway and RER stations and at our bus points of sales.

04. Frequently asked questions

What do I do if my ticket doesn’t work?

In the metro and RER, go to a ticket or information desk and ask the agent to test your ticket. If it is not working properly, it will be replaced at no cost.

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What do I do if my t+ ticket is lost or stolen?

Lost or stolen t+ tickets cannot be replaced or refunded.

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