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Palm Springs, California

What is the difference between the Paris Pass and Paris Passlib is one more useful than the other

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I believe the Paris Pass and the Paris Passlib are essentially the same thing.

This pass includes the Paris Museum Pass which give you access to most the the cities public sites. But it also gives additional items such as access to the hop on hop off bus, free subway trips, etc..

You can also purchase the "Paris Museum Pass" by itself and it is considerably cheaper than the full "Paris Pass". The museum pass is where I found the value in these passes. (Bypassing the ticket lines at each site saves considerable time).

You need to do a lot of travelling to justify the additional cost of the full "Paris Card". If you are not interested in the Hop off/hop on bus and are prepared to do a little walking then I think the "Paris Museum Pass" and a carnet of 10 subway ticket is the way to go. You can pre-purchase both and pick them up Tourist Office when you arrive.

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San Francisco, California
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So I love and use the Paris Pass everyone I'm in Paris for more than 2 days. It's easy to use, you skip lines (not security however). You can revisit museums if you don't see everything the first time.

I never get a transit pass and just buy10 tickets at a time and use one each time. Airport isn't included.

I've never heard of paris passlib - sorry

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