Preparing your trip: tickets and travel passes designed for you
Preparing your trip: tickets and travel passes designed for you

01. Paris Visite travel pass

Staying in Paris on holiday for a few days? The Paris Visite travel pass provides unlimited travel for a specified number of days.

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

Paris Visite also allows you to take advantage of benefits worth 100 euros among our 14 partners.

For example, you can benefit from 25% off the entrance fees for the Arc de Triomphe, the Tour Montparnasse panoramic observatory and the Grévin Museum… a discounted price for the 2-day pass to Château de Versailles… and more!

Paris Visite is valid for 1, 2, 3 or 5 consecutive days for a price ranging from €11.65 to €63.90 (half price for children). Purchase your Paris Visite travel pass from our ticket desks or automatic vending machines.

Select your Paris Visite travel pass.
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Understanding the zone system

Our fare system is based on concentric zones: zones 1-3 include downtown Paris and the closest urban areas, while zones 4 and 5 cover more distant areas, including Versailles and Disneyland Paris®.

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

Two exceptions are worth noting:

  • All Paris metro stations are accessible with a ticket or travel pass that covers only zones 1 and 2, even though some are located geographically in zone 3: for example, you can take the metro to La Défense Grande Arche (zone 3) with a t+ ticket. On the other hand, if you take the RER or a bus, you will need to purchase a ticket that specifies your destination.

  • Orlyval, the light train line between the Antony RER station and Orly Airport, has a specific fare.

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02. The t+ ticket

Do you use public transport only occasionally? The t+ ticket allows you to take a single one-way trip using the metro, the RER in zone 1, the Ile-de-France region’s bus lines (with the exception of the Orlybus and Roissybus airport buses), the tramways, and the Montmartre funicular. It is not valid in the RER and SNCF Transilien suburban train lines outside of Paris.

Purchase t+ tickets at our ticket desks and automatic vending machines, located in all our metro and RER stations, as well as at RATP-authorised retailers (packs of 10) and in the food service bar of certain TGV train lines (single tickets or packs of 10).
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03. Ile-de-France tickets

Are you travelling outside of Paris? The Ile-de-France ticket, which is calculated on a station-to-station basis, is designed for occasional trips on the Ile-de-France rail network (RER and suburban train lines).
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Do you want to visit Versailles? The Paris <-> Versailles Château-Rive Gauche ticket allows you to travel from any station in Paris (zone 1-2) to Château de Versailles via the RER C. Tickets may be purchased at our ticket desks or from automated vending machines located in your departure/arrival metro or RER station, for the price of €7.10 (adults) or €3.50 (children).
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Want to visit Disneyland Paris®? The Paris <-> Marne-la-Vallée/Chessy ticket allows you to travel from any station in Paris (zone 1-2) to Marne-la-Vallée/Chessy via the RER A. Tickets may be purchased at our ticket desks or from automated vending machines in your departure/arrival metro or RER station, for the price of €15.20 (adults) or €7.60 (children).
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