Preparing your trip: tickets and travel passes designed for you

Preparing your trip: tickets and travel passes designed for you

Paris Visite travel pass

Staying a few days to visit Paris on vacation? The Paris Visite package gives you unlimited travel for a fixed period.

Depending on the zones you choose, Paris Visite allows you to travel on metro, RER, Transilien, bus and tramway lines (except Jetbus, Allobus, Roissy CDG, tourist circuits and Air France networks), on the Orlyval line and on the Montmartre funicular.

With Paris Visite, you also benefit from advantages with our partners.

Paris Visite can be valid for 1, 2, 3 or 5 consecutive days.

You can buy your Paris Visite travel pass :

Zone pricing

We use a pricing system based on concentric zones: zones 1 to 3 for the center of Paris and nearby towns, and zones 4 to 5 for more distant locations, such as Versailles or Disneyland Paris®, for example.

Each ticket, whether for a day, a week or a month, has a number of zones within which it is valid.

Two exceptions should be noted:

  • To access La Défense :
    • By RER, you must use an Île-de-France ticket valid for this station or a pass including zone 3
    • By metro, you can use a t+ ticket or a pass including zone 1.
  • The Orlyval line, linking Antony RER station and Orly airport, is accessible with a pass including zone 5.ber of zones within which it is valid.
Zones

The t+ ticket

Do you travel occasionally? The t + ticket allows you to take public transport in Paris and travel on metro lines, zone 1 RER lines, Ile-de-France bus lines (except Orlybus, Roissybus, 3-digit Noctilien lines excluding N135), tramway lines (except T11, T12 and T13) and the Montmartre funicular. It is not valid on RER and SNCF Transilien trains outside Paris.

You can buy the t+ ticket:

 

Île-de-France tickets

Travelling outside Paris? The Ile-de-France ticket, priced from station to station, is for occasional travel on the Ile-de-France rail network (RER and suburban trains).

Would you like to visit Versailles? With the Paris <-> Versailles Château-Rive Gauche ticket, you can leave from any Paris station (zone 1-2) and take the RER C to the Château de Versailles.

With the Paris <-> Marne-la-Vallée/Chessy ticket, you can leave from any Paris station (zone 1-2) and take the RER A to Marne-la-Vallée/Chessy.

You can buy your Ile-de-France ticket :