The best way to spend 4 days in Paris? You can find detailed information about how to spent 4 days in Paris in a well-written and extensive post. Paris is the capital of France and also the most crowded city in the country. Based on the 2019 census statistic population of Paris is around 2.1 million people.
Paris is always one of the major hubs of Europe and the world for finance, diplomacy, commerce, fashion, science, art, and many more things. With its unique history and values, Paris always gains the attention of the people. It’s a little hard to believe but every year more than 50 million people visit this incredible city. Every year, Paris welcomes tourists with a number of higher than 25 times its own population. In this post, you will find a generalized Paris city guide and how to spend 4 days in Paris.
Arrondissements of Paris
Before you plan your days in Paris you first know the settlement principals of the city. Paris is divided into the 20 arrondissements, which means basically districts. These 20 districts also divided 100 departments for the municipality affairs. But having a brief knowledge about the 20 will be helpful during your time in Paris. As you can see from the image given below arrondissements formed like a snail shell or clockwise spiral from the 1. A number of the arrondissements in the streets and avenues given by Roman numerals. Each of 20 arrondissements has its own name which will be very helpful for you. Please take a look at the list given below (R means the right of the bank and L means left of the bank).
- Arrondissement- Pantheon
Public Transport System of Paris
The second that you should about Paris before planning your 4 days in Paris is the public transport system in the city. I can say that Paris has an extensive, well-designed and efficient public transport system. You shouldn’t worry about getting around in Paris. The public transport system of Paris is run by the RATP. There are metro, tram, RER suburban express trains, buses are working in Paris. For the public transport system, Paris is divided into 6 zones. Zones are ring-shaped except Zone 1 which is quite a circle.
By taking into account that you will spend 4 days in Paris, Zone 1 and 2 mostly you need to know. Zone 1 and Zone 2 covers the center of Paris. You can download and print the Paris Public Transport file. This pdf file has information about metro, tram, train and bus lines. I will focus on Zone 1 and Zone 2 because this is 4 days in Paris post. There are more than enough things to do and see in these 2 zones.
Travel Passes, Tickets, and Prices
If you are planning to use public transport during your in Paris, I’m strongly suggesting buying travel passes. In my opinion, the best way to experience a city is to use public transport to get around. For that, the cheapest and efficient way for it to buy a travel pass. There different types of travell pass for Paris public transport system like; single trip, 1 weekend, 1,2,3 or 5 days and more.
Single Trip Tickets (Zone 1)
These tickets are only valid for the single trip within Zone 1 in Paris. If only want to go from point A to B this one is ok. Single Trip Tickets prices are vary based on the type of transport. These tickets also allow a transfer between metro to train or etc. If you are planning to use public transport in Paris rarely you can buy these tickets. Generally, prices are starting at 1.90 Euro.
If you want to use public transport in Paris unlimited for one day Mobilis tickets are for you. Mobilis tickets give you the freedom to travel between Zone 1 and Zone 5 by using all types of transport with the exception of the Orlyval line, SNCF reservation lines, and Optile special-priced lines.. It doesn’t matter when you buy Mobilis tickets validity of the Mobilis tickets starts from 00.00, for the next 24 hours. Before using Mobilis tickets you must enter your name and the date of you use the tickets. Prices for the Mobilis tickets varies depending on the Zones. you can find the details below;
- Two zones: 7.50 Euro
- Three zones: 10.00 Euro
- Four zones: 12.40 Euro
- Five Zone: 17.80 Euro
Paris Visite travel pass
This one is for you 🙂 Paris Visite travel pass gives you an unlimited number of travel within the selected zones. Paris Visite travel pass allows you to travel anywhere within Zone 1 to 3 for only 5.80 Euros per day which is really economic. You can also buy Paris Visite travel pass in advance from this website. buying Paris Visite travel pass will also give you discounts and advantages around the city.
Metro Lines of Paris
Paris has 16 different metro lines in total. These metro lines numbered from 1 to 14 with different colors and 2 more secondary lines 3b and 7b. By using only metro lines you can visit the major landmarks, parks and historical places of Paris. Within only 10 km x 10 km area of Paris city center, there are more than 300 metro stations. Metro lines are opens roughly between 05.30 to 00:40 more than 20 hours per day. The interval between trips varies between only 2 minutes and 13 minutes. You can find detailed list of the metro lines below:
- La Defense to Chateau de Vincennes (Metro Line 1)
- Porte Dauphine to Nation (Metro Line 2)
- Pont de Levallois to Gallieni (Metro Line 3)
- Gambetta to Porte des Lilas (Metro Line 3bis)
- Porte de Clignancourt to Mairie de Montrouge (Metro Line 4)
- Bobigny – Pablo Picasso to Place d’Italie (Metro Line 5)
- Charles de Gaulle – Étoile to Nation (Metro Line 6)
- La Courneuve – 8 Mai 1945 to Villejuif – Louis Aragon
Mairie d’Ivry (Metro Line 7)
- Louis Blanc to Pré Saint-Gervais (Metro Line 7bis)
- Balard to Pointe du Lac (Metro Line 8)
- Pont de Sèvres to Mairie de Montreuil (Metro Line 9)
- Boulogne – Pont de Saint-Cloud to Gare d’Austerlitz (Metro Line 10)
- Châtelet to Mairie des Lilas (Metro Line 11)
- Front Populaire to Mairie d’Issy (Metro Line 12)
- Asnières Gennevilliers Les Courtilles Saint-Denis – Université to Châtillon to Montrouge (Metro Line 13)
- Saint-Lazare to Olympiades (Metro Line 14)
Tram Lines of Paris
In 1957, all of the Paris trams were disappeared from the city but they came back at the end of the 20th century. Currently, there are 7 tram lines in Paris. 2 more tram lines will be opened in 2020 and 2021. Most of the lines serve to the outskirts of Paris because of that tourist won’t use them often. The best tram line for the tourist is line 1 which runs between Saint-Denis and Noisy-le-Sec. You can find the first and last stops of the tram lines below;
- Saint-Denis to Noisy-le-Sec (Tram Line 1)
- La Défense to Porte de Versailles (Tram Line 2)
- Pont du Garigliano (a RER station) to the metro station Porte d’Ivry (Tram Line 3)
- Marché de Saint-Denis to Garges-Sarcelles (Tram Line 5)
- Châtillon – Montrouge to Vélizy-Villacoublay (Tram Line 6)
- Villejuif to Louis Aragon and Athis-Mons (Tram Line 7)
- Saint-Denis- Porte de Paris to Épinay – Orgemont (Tram Line 8)
RER Lines of Paris
Express train lines of Paris names RER lines. There are 5 RER lines connecting Paris city center and suburbs. The first RER line (A, B, C) are popular among the tourist visiting the Paris. You can find the details about RER lines in below;
- Disneyland Paris to City Center (RER A)
- Charles de Gaulle Airport to City Center (RER B)
- Orly Airport to Palace of Versaille (RER C)
- Orry-la-Ville to Malesherbes (RER D)
- Tournan to Haussman St-Lazare (RER E)
Actually, the RER lines of Paris are very similar to metro lines with only a little differences from them. There normal and express trains in RER lines. Express RER lines don’t stop at the all station through the line. You will track the next from the screens inside the train. Some of the RER lines can have different destinations. Never forget to check the screen about the last destinations. Sometimes you can think to take RER trains instead of metro lines because of their speed.
Buses of Paris
Sometimes taking a bus can be the fastest way to get around in Paris, especially in short distances. If you are traveling around hours other than the rush hour taking a bus is a good way to get around. By this way, you can also see the real Paris rather than the underground walls and stones. There are also night buses in Paris called Noctilien. Noctilien runs from 00.30 to 07.00 every day with fewer intervals (10-15 minutes) at the weekends. You can see the N signs on the buses which means they are night buses.
This uniques funicular line connects the foot with the summit of the Butte Montmartre where the Basilique du Sare Coeur and the Place du Tertre are located. The Montmartre Funicular line opened during the summer of 1990. Since the opening line renovated a couple of times. This automatic funicular line currently transports more than 2 million people every year. One journey with the funicular lasts only for 90 seconds but it is one of the things have to be experienced in Paris. Montmartre Funicular operates from 06.00 to 00.45 am. Please be aware that the ticket office the Montmartre Funicular closes at midnight. The entrance of the Montmartre Funicular is located very southwest of the Sacre-Coeur.
Batobuses of Paris
These are not buses. They are the abuses, Batobus! Basically, Batobus is a boat shuttle that runs through the River Seine. Batobus line have several stops at the famous touristic places. The schedule and timetable of the Batobus varies depending on the season. Batobuses generally run between 10.00 to 17.00 on weekdays and to 19.00 at the weekends with intervals from 20 minutes to 45 minutes. You can Seine River Cruise tickets from this website in advance. The tickets prices for the adults are 17.00 Euros. If you have travel passcards there is a special rate discount for the ticket which is around 11 Euros. You can also find the Batobus stops given below;
- Eiffel Tower
St Germain des Près
Jardin des Plantes
Hôtel de Ville
Batobus is just like any other hop-off and hop-on buses. You can get a one or two day pass and use it unlimited time in the day.
Paris City Bus Tours
Just like any other major city in the world there are couple of city bus tours in Paris. There are multiple tours operating in Paris. The most famous three of them are OpenTour, Big Bus Paris and Foxity Sightseeing Tour. Bus tours generally run between 09.30 to 20.30. Bus Tour prices are quite expensive based on my experience. Because you can get 5 days of free passes for public transport at the same prices for Bus Tours which is around 35 Euros.
There are more than 20.000 of taxis around the streets of Paris working 7/24. If you ever use taxis in Paris please be aware of the signs of the taxis. Official and licensed taxis of Paris has Taxi Parisien sign on their roof. In Paris, taxis drivers have to take you wherever you want but sometimes there will be a little problem like any other top touristic location. Sometimes a driver may try to avoid you if you have too much luggage or the trip isn’t convenient for them. The minimum fare for the Paris taxis is 2.40 Euros and the lowest price per kilometer is 0.96 Euros.
4 Days in Paris
Well, you know everything you need to know about the public transport system in Paris. Now, we can plan 4 days in Paris and how to spend it! There are a couple of things we focused on this planning post:
- Focused on Zone 1 and Zone 2
- Spend 4 full days in Paris without go/from airport to the city center
- Already have accommodation in the city center
- Focused Must-see landmarks and historical places
- Not spent more than 3 hours on a place even if you need more
- At least 2 attraction per day
First Day of the 4 Days in Paris
If you are ready to spend your 4 days in Paris lets start it! We’are starting day 1 with a bus tour around the city to have knowledge about the layout of Paris, lifestyle, avenues, street and more. I think taking a bus tour is the best way to have an idea about a city. You will see almost all of the important sports in the city and feel the atmosphere. I’m writing the bus tour based on the Big Bus Paris Hop On Hop Off Tour but details are the same more or less between other tours.
The red route tour is the most extensive line between all. It covers almost all of the most iconic landmarks and places in Paris. The tour starts at the Eiffel Tower and goes in turn, Champ de Mars, Opera Garnier, Louvre Museum, Pont Des Arts, Notre Dame, Musee D’Orsay, Champs-Elyses, Grand Palais and Trocadero.
Take the Red Route
The first bus will go at 09.15 from Eiffel Tower so you need to catch it. You can use the metro to go to the Eiffel Tower in the morning. Bir-Hakeim station of Metro Line 6 and Ecole Militaire station of Metro Line 8 are the closest ones to the Eiffel Tower. Another option to go to the Eiffel Tower is taking a RER C line and get off at the Champ de Mars – Tour Eiffel Station. Bus lines 42, 69, 72, 82 and 87 also passes very close to the Eiffel Tower.
Red route operates with 5 to 15 minutes of the interval which allows you to get off every stop and spend some to take photos and look around. If you get off every stop at the tour you will probably spend around 4 to 5 hours to finish the tour and get back to the Eiffel. Now you know the layout of the Paris and places where will you visit in the next couple of days.
If you go to the Paris between 1st December and 13th January you can take a Paris Night Tour around the city with Christmas Lights. You can see Paris Christmas Night Tour route. Paris Night Tour or Christmas Tour has the same route with the Red Route but the commentary of the tour will focus on the Christmas lighting and Paris more. Both ordinary red route and Paris Night Tour prices are the same, 27 Euros.
Eat at the Quartier Latin
You spend almost half of the day with the Big Bus Paris tour and probably get a little hungry 🙂 There are two really good places to eat some local and French specialized cuisines, Monmartre and Quartier Latin. I think that you should eat these two places on two separate days. On the first day you can go to the Latin Quarter because it is the top place among the visitors of Paris. Also, you can find extremely cheap places to eat. You can take the RER C line from Eiffel Tower to go to the Saint-Michel Notre-Dame station where is the starting point of the Quartier Latin. From the station, you can walk through the district and find a place to eat.
You can finish the day with this iconic landmark of Paris. Notre-Dame Cathedral is dedicated to the Virgin Mary and one of the oldest Gothic Cathedrals in the world and also the one the well-know all along with the world. It is not possible to get inside of the Notre-Dame Cathedral due to fire happened on 15-16 April 2019. Even though you can go there say pay your respect to this magnificent holy place of the Christian world.
Notre-Dame Cathedral is only 5 minutes walk from the Saint-Michel Notre-Dame metro station where is also the RER Line C station. You can also visit the Maison Heloise et Abelard, Pont Saint-Louis, Bridge of the Archbishopric, Fondation Louis Lepine, Sainte Chapelle, Conciergerie and Pont Neuf here. You can spend a couple of more hours here before getting back to the hotel. I think that this will be enough for the first. You need an energy for the day 2 🙂
Second Day of the 4 Days in Paris
You can start with the Eiffel Tower on the 2nd day of your 4 days in Paris. You can read the Eiffel Tower post we published before to have extensive information about the tower. My first suggestion about visiting the Eiffel Tower, buy your tickets in advance to avoid long queues and gain time. You can also eat your lunch at the restaurant in the Eiffel Tower. You already know how to go to the Eiffel Tower, right?
There are different types of tickets to visit the Eiffel Tower. Generally, prices are separated based on if you want to go to the top or satisfied with the second floor. To have a full Eiffel Tower experience you need to pay 52 Euro. Generally, if you buy this ticket you need to spend up to 3 hours to have a full experience.
Visiting Louvre Museum
After spending your time until noon, now it is time to go to the Louvre Museum. This world-famous museum opened at the end of the 18th century (1793). Louvre Museum is also France’s most renowned and visited museum. Every year, more than 8 million people visit the Louvre Museum. During years Louvre Museum became to hold more and more works of art. You can see the Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci, Liberty Leading the People by Eugène Delacroix, The Wedding at Cana by Paolo Veronese, Venus de Milo an ancient Greek statue, Seated Scribe an ancient Egyptian sculpture, Winged Victory of Samothrace a Hellenistic sculpture and also lots of great artifacts of the human history.
Closest metro station to go to the Louvre Museum is Palais-Royal – Musee du Louvre station of metro line 1 and 7. Also Bus lines 21, 24, 27, 39, 48, 68, 69, 72, 81 and 95 are passed close to the museum. Like Eiffel Tower, Louvre Museum has different types of tickets for its visitors. You can buy your tickets in advance online for 17 Euros per adult. There is also little expensive tour Skip the Line Louvre Museum Guided Tour for 59 Euros per adult. This tour will take around 3 hours to finish. Visiting Eiffel Tower and Louvre Museum will exhaust you and not need to visit another place for the 2nd day at your 4 days in Paris.
Third Day of the 4 Days in Paris
We will start the 3rd day of your 4 days in Paris by visiting the Montmartre. Basically, Montmartre is a hill with 130 meters of height. This place is one of the most colorful, unique and charming places in Paris. Montmartre was an independent commune just located very close to the Paris city center until 1860. But then it became the 18 districts of Paris. For visitors, Montmartre can be divided into two separate zones. One the near Place Pigalle with its numerous neon lights, cabarets, and sex-shops. The second is a bohemian face of the Montmartre located in the Place du Tertre at the top of the hill. You can reach to summit of the by taking 197 steps of stairs or taking the Montmartre Funicular. You can go to Montmartre by taking metro lines 2 and 12. There are multiple stops of these lines around the Montmartre.
Sacred Heart Basilica of Montmartre
At the top of the Montmartre hill, there is a Sacred Heart Basilica of Montmartre (Sacre-Coeur). This place also knowns as a Basilique du Sacré-Coeur and one of the most important religious buildings in Paris. Sacre-Coeur also offers a great panoramic view of the city. This religious landmark constructed between 1875 and1914. Visitors can climb to the top of the dome. you can see important landmarks of Paris like Eiffel Tower and Arc du Triomphe. Luckily there is no entry fee for this magnificent place. You can also have your lunch at Montmartre. This neighborhood is just like the Latin Quarter to have good French cuisine.
Arc de Triomphe
Now, it is time to go to the emblematic symbol of Paris. Arc de Triomphe represents the numerous victories of the French army under Napoleon. To go to the Arc de Triomphe from Montmartre you can take the metro line 2 and get off the Ternes station where is very close to the Arc de Triomphe. This unique landmark of Paris is 50 meters tall, 45 meters wide and 22 meters deep. Arc de Triomphe built by Napoleon in 1806 at the end of the battle of Austerlitz and inaugurated by King Louis-Philippe.
This unique building witnessed Paris history during The Great War (WWI) and World War II. Parades after the world wars held here in 1919 and 1944. If you want to base the Arc de Triomphe always use the underpasses! Because there no traffic light over the roundabout and it will be extremely dangerous to pass it. If you want to get up the observation deck of the landmark you need to pay for it. It may not be worth it if you get up to the Eiffel Tower, so don’t spend extra money here. But if you still want to go to the top you have to pay 12 Euros per adult. 1 hour will be enough to experience the Arc de Triomphe.
Before finishing the 3rd day of your 4 days in Paris it is time to see the Champs-Élysées. You can just enter the Champs-Élysées from Arc de Triomphe. I’m suggesting to take this walk until you reach the Place de la Concorde where is very close to the Louvre Museum. Champs-Élysées is the most beautiful, famous and well-known avenue in Paris. Champs-Élysées is also the world’s most famous commercial street.
During your walk through the Champs-Élysées, you can also visit the Palais de la Découverte (Discovery Palace), the Petit Palais and the Grand Palais. You can also have your lunch at one of the restaurants over the Champs-Élysées. This walk will take around 2 to 3 hours if you visit the imposing building over the avenue. There are multiple metro stations over the avenue if you want to go back to your hotel or elsewhere. I think this can be the last attraction of your 3rd day in your 4 days in Paris.
Fourth Day of the 4 Days in Paris
Welcome to your last day in your 4 days in Paris. For the last day, it is time to visit the Palace of Versailles and The Pantheon. The Pantheon was the first major monument of Paris. It was built long before the other major ones like Eiffel Tower and Arc de Triomphe. This unique building constructed between 1764 and 1790 and designed by Jean Baptiste Rondelet. During the 19th century, The Pantheon used as a religious building. The building can be divided into two sections.
The first one is the interior of the mausoleum where you experience the size and decoration of The Pantheon. The second part of the building is the crypt. The crypt contains the iconic French citizens like as Voltaire, Rousseau, Victor Hugo, Marie Curie, Louis Braille, Jean Monnet, and Alejandro Dumas. Also, don’t forget to take look to the statue of Jean Jack Rousseau just outside of the Pantheon.
The Pantheon is open except the 1st of January from 10.00 to 18.00 pm, from 1st April to 30th September to 18.30. There are multiple ways to go to The pantheon by using public transport. You need to take the metro line 10 and get off at the Cardinal Lemoine station. Also, the Luxembourg station of RER B line is very close to the Pantheon. If you want to use the buses of Paris you need to take one of the buses of lines 21, 27, 38, 82, 84, 85 or 89. Ticket prices of the Pantheon for one adult is 9 Euros.
Palace of Versailles
Before finishing the 4 days in Paris, the Palace of Versailles is the true ending spot. To go to the Palace of Versailles from The Pantheon you need to take the RER C line. Even with RER C line, it will take around an hour to reach the palace. Visiting the Palace of Versailles will take all day but you can spend the rest of the day after the Pantheon. The Palace of Versailles brings together the history and culture of the French nation into one. Because of its unique properties, the Palace of Versailles is one of the most popular destinations of Paris.
You can discover the vast number of decorated halls and rooms of the palace during the visit. The must-see parts of the Versailles Palace are the Grand Apartments of the King, King and Queens Bedchamber and Hall of Mirrors. The ticket price for one adult to visit the Palace of Versailles is 18 Euros. There is also free entry change on the first Sunday of each month between November and March.
Q&A for 4 Days in Paris
In this section, you can find helpful Q&A for your 4 days in Paris. In time we will extend and add more Q&A to this section based on your requests and comments.
How can I reach the city center from Charles de Gaulle airport (CDG)?
The best, fastest and cheapest way to reach the Paris city center from the Charles de Gaulle airport (CDG) is to take the RER B line. Reaching the city center will take around 50 minutes and costs 10 Euros per adult.
How can I reach the city center from Orly Airport (CDG)?
Unfortunately, there is not a direct line from Orly airport to Paris city center. At first, you need to take the Orlyval metro to reach the Anthony train Station and take RER B or RER C line to get where you want. Total trip time will take around 60 minutes and costs 12 Euros per adult.
Which travel pass should I buy?
I’m suggesting you buy the Paris Visite travel pass for 5 days for 38.35 Euros per adult. This pass will also give you to have a chance on different occasions. With Paris Visite travel pass you will get unlimited travel between selected zones, %25 discount on the entrance fee of Arc de Triomphe and Tour Montparnasse observation platform.
Are there any other passes?
Paris Museum Pass
Yes! The Paris Museum Pass is the thing that you need to buy. Because it will give you great advantages during your 4 days in Paris. There are three different options for the Paris Museum Pass. At first, you need to decide the days; 2, 4 or 6 for 48, 62 or 74 Euros per adult. You will have free access to the given museums in the Paris city center;
- Musée du Louvre, Paris 1st
- Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie, Paris 19th
- Musée d’Orsay, Paris 7th
- Crypte archéologique du parvis Notre-Dame, Paris 4th
- Sainte-Chapelle, Paris 1st
- Arc de Triomphe, Paris 8th
- Musée de l’Armée, Tombeau de Napoléon 1er, Paris 7th
- Musée national des arts asiatiques – Guimet, Paris 16th
- Centre Pompidou – Musée National d’Art Moderne, Paris 4th
- Musée des Arts décoratifs, Paris 1st
- Chapelle Expiatoire, Paris 8th
- Musée des Arts et Métiers, Paris 3rd
- Palais de la découverte, Paris 8th
- Musée du quai Branly, Paris 7th
- La Cinémathèque française, Paris 12th
- Musée national Eugène Delacroix, Paris 6th
- Musée des Égouts de Paris, Paris 7th
- Institut du Monde Arabe, Paris 5th
- Musée d’art et d’histoire du Judaïsme, Paris 3th
- Cité de l’Architecture et du Patrimoine, Paris 16th
- Musée national de l’Orangerie, Paris 1st
- Les Arts décoratifs – Collection Mode et Textile, Paris 1st
- Musée Rodin, Paris 7th
- Tours de Notre-Dame de Paris, Paris 4th
- Musée de Cluny – le monde médiéval, Paris 5th
- Musée des plans-reliefs, Paris 7th
- Conciergerie, Paris 1st
- Musée de la musique, Paris 19th
- Musée Nissim de Camondo, Paris 8th
- Les Arts décoratifs – Collection Publicité et Graphisme, Paris 1st
- Musée national Gustave Moreau, Paris 9th
- Palais de la Porte Dorée – Musée national de l’histoire de l’Immigration, Paris 12th
- Musée Picasso, Paris 3th
- Panthéon, Paris 5th
- Musée de l’Ordre de la Libération, Paris 7th
This one is magnificent! Paris Passlib’ is available for 2, 3, or 5 days version for the visitors and gives you the all-inclusive access to the Paris Museum Pass, Paris Visite and 1-hour boat cruise, 1-day sightseeing bus tour. For 5 day Paris Passlib’ costs 165 Euros per adult.
Why not Disneyland on the list?
Because you have spent one or two full days to fully-experience Disneyland. If you are staying around a full week in Paris you definitely go there.
Are there any other important spots to see?
Definitely! I just focused on the major and famous landmarks and places in Paris. You can encounter a historical building while you are walking through the streets of Paris. Palais Garnier, Bridges of Paris, Catacombs of Paris, La Madeleine, Church of Saint-Sulpice and Conciergerie other important places to see in Paris.
What should be the budget for Paris?
Except for your flight, accommodation, and food you need at least 200 Euros for the passes. This looks like a high price but actually it is really cheap. If you calculate the prices of the tickets you will see the total number is much higher than buying a pass. You can buy the Paris Pass from this website. Paris Pass will include the things given below;
- Hop-On Hop-Off tour bus (full day ticket)
- Louvre Museum
- Palace of Versailles
- Sightseeing cruise
- Rodin Museum
- Arc de Triomphe
- Montparnasse Tower
- Musée d’Orsay
- Palais Garnier
- Centre Georges Pompidou
Paris Pass will also give you skip the line option which will be great if you want to gain time. For public transport, you will also get unlimited access to all types of transport within the Zone 1-3. You can read the full detail about the Paris Pass from this link. That will take a little time because the file is around 100 MB. The price of the Paris Pass will vary based on the days you want to use. Prices are 130 Euros for 2 days, 158 Euros for 3 days, 198 Euros for 4 days and 235 Euros for 6 days.
4 Days in Paris
That’s all folks! I try to write down an extensive 4 days in Paris guide. Please share your Paris experience, questions and suggestion on the comment section to improve 4 days in Paris guide and to help the others who are planning to visit Paris!