Paris museum pass: make the most of your student t...

Paris museum pass: make the most of your student trip

The excitement of Paris at no cost

Students know a great deal when they see one, and travelers in Paris will find a wealth of activities to do and places for visit to suit any budget. A free Paris museum pass offers opportunities for everyone to enjoy a little something historical or cultural at an affordable price. Out TOP 6 selection of cheapest activities.

  1. Museum of Modern Art

Why not visit the Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, which offers free entry and won’t break the bank like a trip to the Louvre?

  1. The Musée Carnavalet features

It is a permanent collection that is free to view, allowing visitors to wander through elaborately reconstructed interiors and experience Parisian history without spending a cent.

  1. Musée de la vie romantique

If you’ve come to Paris to indulge your romantic nature, the Musée de la Vie Romantique–dedicated to Romantic-era writer George Sand and painter Ary Scheffer–is the perfect place to while away an afternoon.

The City of Lights on a budget

If spending all day inside doesn’t appeal, there are plenty of free things to do in Paris that will take you out into the sunshine.

  1. The Jardin des Tuileries,

Situated between the Place de la Concorde and the Louvre, this garden is a stunning historic park where you can walk in Marie-Antoinette’s slippered footsteps.

  1. The Promenade Plantée

If you fancy a stroll above the crowded city, try “La Promenade Plantée”, an elevated railroad track that’s been given a lush makeover with flowers and foliage.

  1. The Champ-De-Mars

What about an afternoon at the bottom of Eiffel Tower? Visit the park du “Champ de Mars”, with expansive lawns and flowerbeds perfect for exploring. Bring a blanket and picnic items from the Rue Mouffetard, famous for its gourmet cheese and bread shops. When dusk settles, you’ll be treated to a light show from La Tour Eiffel at no charge.


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