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Tourist Information Desk - CDG Terminal 2D

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Tourist Information Desk - CDG Terminal 2D

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Take this tour and&#xa0;explore the island&#xa0; <br><br>Le Mont-Saint-Michel(a UNESCO Heritage).&#xa0;The island has fortifications since ancient times&#xa0;and since the 8th century AD has been the seat of the&#xa0;monastery.&#xa0;Between the fifth to the eighth century, Mont Saint-Michel belonged to the territory of Neustria&#xa0;and&#xa0;remained unconquered during the&#xa0;Hundred Years' War and the King Louis XI turned it into a prison. The legend says that the archangel Michael&#xa0;appeared in 708 to&#xa0;Aubert of Avranches, the&#xa0;bishop of Avranches, and instructed him to build a church on the rocky island.
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Luisguiper wrote a review Apr 2020
Bogota, Colombia1016 contributions176 helpful votes
After comparing cost benefit of Paris Pass and the Museum Pass against my interests, I finally decided to go with the latter, 4 days I thought it was enough for me. In general, the Museum Pass allowed me easy, fast access to most of the places I visited, perhaps the Louvre access line was the most difficult one. I did not have to follow any line to purchase anything. Besides, the cost of the Pass was lower than if I had purchased the single tickets separately; I just had to purchase a ticket to access the Versalles gardens because the day of my visit they held the so called Singing Fountains Show; I easily did it through the Versalles complex site. As a reference guide, here’s what I visited in these 4 days: Day 1 Sainté-Chapelle (1h) Conciergerie (1h) Pantheon (1h) L’Organgerie (3h) I even attended a football match at Parc des Princes afterwards. Day 2 Versailles complex the whole day Arc des Triumph at night Day 3 Rodin museum (2h30 including lunch) Louvre (as of 14h thru 21h45) Day 4 Picasso Museum (1h30) D’Orsay Museum (4-5 hours) Remarks: Cost of the 4-days Museum Pass: E$62 (Single access fee for the same attractions would cost more) (I saved time needed to purchase tickets through Internet sites, or directly at the attractions’ entrance) Single ticket for the Versalles’ Singing Fountains show: E$9,50 Transportation: I moved by metro and / or bus lines (train to Versailles), sometimes just walking from one attraction to another one. I did not use any taxi or so. Starting time: Everyday for the first attraction, I got there prior to the opening hour to start the visit as soon as they opened. I had no issue with the Museum Pass when I showed it at the entrance / gate of the museums / attractions.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Ana C wrote a review Jan 2020
Quarteira, Portugal26 contributions12 helpful votes
I don’t think buying this card did any good for us during our weekend in Paris. It does not give you access to the Eiffel Tower (not even the lousy 1st floor) which is basically the most important symbol of Paris. Also it does not give you Skip the Line right in Versailles which is kind of a big deal since you spend 1 hour waiting in line and only have 2 days to use the card.. it does get you to a faster line in Louvre but it’s the same queue for the people who bought the regular ticket online.. soooo still a big queue. Anyway I think in 2 days you don’t have time to see half of what the card has to offer because 1) there is always a line 2) the monuments are far apart from each other most of the time you can’t walk from one place to the other and have to catch the RER or Metró which makes you waste time in transports. So I recommend you checking for single entrance in each one of the atractions. Pay attention that the Arch de Triumphe has been closing on saturdays due to social movements, this was important and nobody told us that at the ticket office in gare du nord. Actually they didn’t tell us anything useful because the people there don’t speak English and just keep responding to you in French..
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Israel11550 contributions2753 helpful votes
We used the six day pass to our definite advantage: we calculated what covered museums we wanted to visit and how much the individual entries were and saw that we would save money: all-in-all, we visited 15 museums in nine days (nine of them were during our six days of pass). The longer the time frame of the pass, the more it becomes worthwhile, and six days is the best. Note that it is NOT the Paris Pass, which is a sure money loser: you’re PMP does not cover the boat or the metro. In addition to saving money- consider that you save either/or the need to stand in an extra line to purchase tickets or you save the need to invest energy and time on websites to make on line purchases- and the websites might not be user friendly or in a language that you understand.
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Israel11550 contributions2753 helpful votes
We want to- first and foremost- wow that this is the Paris Museum Pass, which can be worthwhile and useful and save money- and NOT the Paris Pass, in which one loses money and doesn’t save everyone. This Paris Museum Pass is as its name states: if they are offering boat rides and metro passes- that’s the wrong one. Having said that, the two day pass is worthwhile if you will visit at least two covered museums on both of the days.
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johnnymac wrote a review Nov 2019
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A waste of money -the museum and exhibitions were not on the Pass. I won't apply for my next visit to Paris.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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