Paris New Years Getaway

There are more famous landmarks here than any other city on earth; its museums contain some of the most priceless works of art. Paris is the one city everyone really should see before they die.

We recommend the Paris Museum Pass and Paris Metro Pass. Beside the must-see sights Paris is a great city to explore by getting lost. With these two passes you can hop on any mode of public transportation and walk into many sights you may come across.

The Paris Museum Pass saves money if you visit more than a couple of sights but more important to us it comes with priority admission, so you won’t waste your precious time waiting in line at The Louvre, Notre Dame, Musee d'Orsay, National du Chateau de Versailles, Musee National Picasso, Musee Rodin, and dozens of other must-sees. Local transportation is excellent and the Paris Metro Pass allows you to get around in complete freedom, no ticket lines, no counting out the coins, and use it as much as you desire for the period of purchase! Each metro pass is good for subway train, city buses, RER suburban trains, the funicular lift at Sacre Coeur, and night buses (Noctambus).

Eiffel Tower at Night


Champs Elysees

Champs Elysees

Metro Stickers

Gertrude Stein's Grave - Pere Lachaise Cemetary
Sacre Coeur on a Rainy Day

Brrrr.... The Louvre at Night

Pere Lachaise Cemetary

Outside the Louvre

Chocolate Dipped Macaroons!!

Colorful Chocolates

Jim Morrison's Grave - Pere Lachaise Cemetary

Balls! Galeries Lafayette

More balls - Champs Elysees

Pere Lachaise Cemetary

Grand Hall - Paris Opera House

Paris Opera House Chandelier - Delacroix Painting

Musee de l'Orangerie

Art for Sale


Spices - Galleries Lafayette

The Thinker - The Rodin Museum

Musee de Cluny

Louvre at Night

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