The standard T+ ticket might be the best ticket if you’re on a quick trip to Paris or you’re really focussed on the central Paris area. It’s the most straightforward way to use the Metro and if you feel the urge try the bus or tram system – it’s still available to you.
The Paris Visite card also offers discounted admissions to various attractions in Paris so do check the offers too as they may offset the price of the ticket.
If however you’d like to use the whole transport system across the Île de France and want access to the full range of services then perhaps the Paris Visite travel pass is the one you should be thinking about. You can use all the networks – Metro, tramways, buses RER lines and the SNCF Transilien local railway network.
You can choose an option to cover the central Paris area (Zones 1-3) or if you want go further afield, perhaps to Disneyland Paris then there is also an option for the entire Île de France region (Zones 1-5). The latter option would also include Versailles and the main airports.
The Paris Visite pass is valid for an unlimited number of journeys within the chosen zones. You can also choose how many days you want the pass for with a choice of 1, 2, 3 or 5 days.
The Paris Visite pass is available at a range of prices based on duration and transport zones