Paris Museum Pass - The PARIS MUSEUM PASS gives you access to over 60 museums and monuments in and around Paris including the worlds famous Louvre, Musée d'Orsay and the Chateau de Versailles. Three options to choose from : 2, 4 or 6 days.  the pass allows to go straight to the front door and walk straight into all permanent collections AND YOU KNOW HOW LONG the lines can be in Paris. No more standing on line!  One can purchase it ahead of time at  http://www.conciergerie.com/paris  .  You do not need to "pre-order" the pass. It is available at any of the museums listed at the website http://www.museumpass.com . Remember, children under 18 enter most museums in  Paris ( and all of France) at no charge, so children will not need a pass. A recent change also now allow free entrance if under 26 and EEC resident, you will still need get a free ticket at ticket desk for statistics purpose.

Paris Metro Pass - Also known as the Paris Visit Pass, this is a travel card pass that gives you Unlimited use the Metro, buses as well as all the public transport services. Passes come in 1,2 3 or 5 consecutive days, starting on the date of first use.  It is the best way to get around Paris and its region! The Paris Visit Pass provides unlimited rides on the transport system of the Ile-de-France region including the safe and efficient Metro, RER (regional express trains), bus (to see Paris from the window of a Parisian bus), tramway, suburban Transilien SNCF trains, Montmartre funicular, Montmartrobus, Noctambus, Optile bus system. Same as the Paris Museum Pass, get this pass BEFORE you leave for Paris at  Conciergerie.com or Museumpass.com. If you plan on using the metro less than 4 times per day , you will get better value by purchasing a carnet of 10 tickets  for 11.50 euros, or  1.15 per ticket, with reduced price of 5.65  for children under 10 . You can also purchase the Paris Visit Pass at St Pancras before you board the Eurostar. This is a good idea as it means when you arrive in Paris you are ready to go and don't have to fiddle around buying tickets or passes. Some attractions offer reduced entry fees to holders of Metro Pass. These include the Montparnasse Tower (7euros instead of 11) and Pantheon. Please note this is not the same as the Museum Pass, and doesn't give you any fast track queing,

Paris ComboPass® - Combines a metro/bus/rer unlimited travel pass with a museum pass and a river cruise tour. Comes in Lite or Premium version from 1 to 6 days, exclusively available online at Conciergerie.com.

CDG Airport Transfers - The Cheapest way to travel from CDG (Charles de Gaulle) airport to Downtown Paris would be by purchasing a Paris Metro Pass for 6 Zones and take their RER train right from CDG.  Please note that you might have to carry your luggage up subway steps which can be very strenuous.  Next would be to take the Air France Bus which leaves from all terminals and service all airlines and operate between 6h30am and 10h30pm depending on the routes.  Depending on your hotel location, you may pick the bus routes accordingly. Route 4 drop offs are: Gare de Lyon, Gare MontParnasse, Route 2: Porte Maillot, and Etoile (Arc de Triomphe).  Luggage handlers, AC, and on-board GPS and Video are featured. Finally, you may opt in for a Shared or Private Car Transfer - at a lesser cost than a Taxi, and be transported directly to your hotel.

Paris Open Tour bus - Hop on hop off as you please and see Paris in your own time and at your own pace. The Paris Open Tour bus features over 50 hop on - hop off stops at major attractions. This will give you a great overview of Paris Historic, Romantic, Fashionable, Fun and Shopper-Friendly! Enjoy fantastic views from the open top deck. More info at Conciergerie.com

Finally, and to end your Paris Experience with glamour, have a Dinner on the Eiffel Tower, followed by a Cruise on the Seine River, and an evening at the Moulin Rouge Cabaret from Conciergerie.com.

Itinerary Plan - The best way to get full value from your vacation in Paris is to pencil out a rough idea of where you want to go. Start with the restaurant recommendations on Trip Advisor that are near your hotel, then branch out according to where you will be on a given day. For short stays the Batoubus which stops at key landmarks along the Seine is timesaver. If you plan to take walks and experience the culture on a local level, a good beginning point is http://www.noworriesparis.com