Paris Combo Tickets & Deals

If you plan a trip to Paris to visit most of the main tourist sites, a Paris tourist card is well worth considering. Paris passes are generally cheaper than purchasing individual attraction tickets and save you time waiting in line. Paris Tourist Cards include most of the best things to do in Paris, and other sites outside Paris (think Palace of Versailles or Château de Fontainebleau).

However, Paris tourist cards are not for everybody, and they are interesting only if you visit a minimum of tourist sites a day.

Last update: 7 April 2024

Are You Planning a Trip to Paris Last Minute?

If you are booking a last-minute trip to Paris, I’ve got you covered! Below are our must-guides, top tours, hotels, and more:

» Plan: Paris Travel Planner; Paris Arrondissements Guide; Check out the best Paris Metro tickets for tourists

» Book your flight tickets with Omio; book your train tickets with Omio

Book your transfer from the airport to the city with Welcome Pickups.

» Where to Stay: Best Districts to Stay in Paris

  1. Le Pavillon de la Reine (historical 5-star hotel in Le Marais)
  2. Hotel La Comtesse (mid-range hotel with Eiffel Tower view from all the rooms!)
  3. Hotel Ducs de Bourgogne (super central 4-star hotel near the Louvre)

» Top-Rated Paris Tours & Tickets:

  1. Louvre Museum Skip-the-Line Ticket
  2. Eiffel Tower Summit Access Ticket
  3. Seine River Night Cruise
  4. Catacombs Skip-the-line tour with VIP access to restricted areas

Want skip-the-line access at museums & attractions in Paris? Get your hands on a Paris Museum Pass!

» Don’t leave without travel insurance! Safety Wing works well for long and short trips (starting with a minimum of 5 days). SafetyWing covers COVID-19 for new policies purchased, and unplanned quarantine is covered, too.

Paris combo tickets (also known as Paris bundles) are a good alternative to a Paris city pass. A Paris bundled ticket combines two or three tickets or tours in a single purchase item and saves you time and money.

Bundles are great for people who want to visit a few famous landmarks in Paris but not enough to purchase one of the Paris tourist passes. On the other side, this combination is fixed, and it usually lasts one day, but it is usually well organized, and you can visit the different attractions with no rush.

If after doing the math you decide that a Paris Pass is not for you, here’s the list of best Paris combo tickets with good combinations of tours & tickets for everyone.

Hand-picked Combinations in Paris by Tiqets

View from Eiffel Tower

Save time and money in Paris! Here are Tiqets’ most interesting hand-picked combinations and bundles for Paris right now.

Some bundles are victim of their success and may be unavailable temporarily. If this happens, try again in a couple of days.

As a Tiqets associate, I earn a small commission at no extra cost for you if you book using the links in the post. Merci!

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