ParisVisite – a common ticket to open Paris!
ParisVisite gives you the opportunity to travel as you want and when you want.
This is a card with an attached coupon which gives you the opportunity to use all transport Ile-de-France: Metro, RER, Buses, Trams, SNCF, Montmartre funicular, Montmartobus, Noctilien (night buses) and buses Optile. It depends on the number of zones you choose (from Zone 1 to Zone 3 or from Zone 1 to Zone 6).
But what about other directions: Disneyland (zone 5), the Palace of Versailles (zone 4) or the airport Charles de Gaulle (zone 5) and Orly (zone 4).
There are the following types of ParisVisite: period of validity – 1, 2, 3, or 5 days.
The ticket is valid after the first day of its using (not the day of purchase). So you can purchase it in advance.
The whole day is used (no matter in what time you used the Pass firstly) from 5:30 am to 01:00 am.
After buying the ticket ParisVisite you should fill in a card (your name). Enter the card serial number in the coupon and put the start date of use. The card and a coupon are confirmation of payment, so you should always keep them in the pocket in the case of control.
Important! For this kind of tickets you must have a personal photo!
Ticket t + ticket
From the 1st of July 2007 this card lets you to use the following types of Paris transport:
* All metro and funicular
* Trains RER (RATP and SNCF) in Paris
* RATP buses in Paris and suburbs (excluding the lines with special tariffs)
* Change metro and RER in Paris
* Use the transport Noctilien (night buses) without transplants, according to the special scale of this type.
Ticket t + ticket has the following advantages and new features:
* Transplants “bus/bus” and “bus/tram”.
* “Transplant” means an activity of moving from one line to another.
How to use this?
After composting the ticket you have one and a half hours between the first and last compost (between the first and last transplants there may be more than two).
You can buy one t + ticket or a Carnet (10 tickets).
Remember! Tickets sold by bus drivers don’t let you to do transplants.