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Disneyland® Paris Ticket
★ 4.7
50K+ Booked

US$ 105.35

From US$ 77.15

Parc Astérix Ticket
★ 4.8
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US$ 53.29

From US$ 47.35

Versailles Palace Ticket
★ 4.2
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From US$ 21.30

Paris Museum Pass
★ 4.6
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From US$ 64.29

Priority Access Entrance Ticket to the Louvre Museum
★ 4.6
20K+ Booked

US$ 20.15

Seine River 1 Hour Sightseeing Cruise Direct Entry Ticket
★ 4.7
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US$ 17.75

Eiffel Tower Skip-the-Line Ticket
★ 4.1
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US$ 53.29

From US$ 46.89

Mont Saint Michel Full Day Tour from Paris
★ 4.5
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US$ 177.55

US$ 167.95

Seine River Lunch and Dinner Cruise by Bateaux Parisiens
★ 4.4
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From US$ 81.69

Paris Montparnasse Top of the City Ticket
★ 4.2
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US$ 17.75

Experiences for everyone in Paris

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An Evening in Paris
Fall in love with the City of Lights as you experience the city after the sun goes down
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Perfect Day Tours
Palaces, castles and gardens - see France's most beautiful locations all in one day!
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Why people love Paris

worth! Even if I have the opportunity to go to Paris next time, I will still participate again. Sitting on the outside of the ship is much more beautiful than inside, and the Eiffel Tower will flash on the hour. The banks of the Seine River are like in a painting, and the dusk is more beautiful, like in a dream. Seeing a completely different scenery from the boat, there are also headphones with audio guide to increase the understanding of the scenery, but you must wear a jacket outside the boat!
The hop-on and off bus was our main form of transportation while exploring Paris! Highly recommend to purchase the Klook vouchers as it was really convenient where we just had to go to any of the big bus stops and show them the Klook vouchers. While traveling on the bus, we were also able to listen to the pre recorded audio :) definitely a great way to get around to the major tourist attractions in Paris! And affordable as well.
Opted for this during the transport strike period in Dec 2019 and it was a life saver! It was my first time visiting Paris and a 2 day pass gave me ample time to explore the city without worrying over transport! The cruise along Seine River was a bonus as the view was breathtaking, contrary to what we thought it would be. Got many good views of the Eiffel Tower and scenes of Paris too.
Immerse yourself into the ancient world of France history where Napoleon was the rightful king at that time. Discover the wonder of the palace architecture and Arts that have never been forgotten by ages. Visit the majestic palace garden located besides the palace. It is so huge that you might get lost. Highly recommended to visit the Palace is you are in Paris. And don’t forget to get the tickets from Klook!
Disneyland is indeed magical!! The place is really huge with 2 parks so 1 day is not enough to cover all, unless with express tickets. Walt Disney studios park also closes earlier than the Disneyland park which I did not realise beforehand so in the end I did not manage to spend much time at the walt Disney studios park :( The light show and fireworks at night is beautiful, would definitely recommend!
Highly recommended and especially if you like Vincent Van Gogh. It has plenty of collection and of course smaller than Louvre but it’s at a manageable time to enjoy all of the masterpiece. Although we bought shorter queue but it wasn’t long queue for the normal ticket, maybe because we’re very early. We reach just right about time when it open. We like the interior so much too!

Top sights in Paris

Paris, a.k.a. The City of Light, City of Love, Fashion Capital, consistently ranks as one of the most visited cities in the world. People from all over travel to Paris each year to experience all the best that France has to offer. From art museums, French fine dining, historic landmarks, and Haute couture, you will surely never run out of things to do in Paris.

Eiffel Tower

Sightseeing in Paris is not complete without a visit to the iconic Eiffel Tower. Located at the Champ de Mars in the 7th arrondissement, this wrought-iron lattice tower was built in 1889 by Gustave Eiffel and is the most-visited paid monument in the world. Go all the way up to the observation area to get an amazing, 360-view of the capital city of France. You can also taste gourmet Parisian delicacies at the Michelin-star Le Jules Verne restaurant on the 2nd floor.
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Louvre Museum

Lovers of art and history can’t miss out on a trip to one of the most treasured Paris attractions: The Louvre. The world’s largest art museum is located on the Right Bank of the River Seine and houses more than 380,000 objects, with 35,000 masterpieces like the Mona Lisa, Venus de Milo, and the Great Sphinx of Tanis on display. Fun fact: You can view every piece of art on display at The Louvre in 200 days if you only spend 30 seconds to look at each one.
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Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris

Victor Hugo's classic novel about a lovestruck hunchback was originally titled Notre-Dame de Paris, after the city’s most iconic Gothic cathedral. Situated at the eastern end of the Île de la Cité, Notre-Dame de Paris was commissioned by King Louis VII to serve as a symbol of Paris's political, economic, and cultural power. Following the tragic fire of 2019, French officials initiated an arduous restoration project to bring the beloved cathedral back to its original state, elaborate statues, tympanum, gargoyles, spires, and all.
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Arc de Triomphe

The Arc de Triomphe, one of the most well-known commemorative neoclassical monuments in France, stands in the center of Place Charles de Gaulle. By order of Napoléon Bonaparte, the names of famous battles and generals of the French army were inscribed on its inner and outer surfaces. You can access the Arc de Triomphe through an underground passageway on the Champs-Elysées that comes up at its base. Climb up the 284 steps of the spiral staircase right before the sun sets to enjoy daytime and nighttime views at the top.
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