Find some tips to help you get around during your stay in Paris.
The Paris Passlib’ is the Paris Tourist Office’s pass: it includes the Paris Museum Pass (which includes admission to more than 50 museums and monuments), a cruise on the Seine with the Bateaux Parisiens, a day trip on the Open Tour panoramic bus, a transport pass and an optional Eiffel Tower queue cutter ticket. Adaptable to your needs, several formulas exist depending on the time spent on site (1, 2, 3 or 5 days).
The Navigo Easy Pass is the rechargeable pass to use the Paris transport network. It can be purchased at all ticket offices and counters in stations and stations.
Note that most bus and tramway lines are accessible to people with disabilities: the site vianavigo.com/accessibilite gathers all the useful information about their travels in Paris.
And in the streets of Paris thanks to the highly developed network of bicycle paths that criss-cross the capital.
For the most congested, luggage lockers are available in Parisian stations (Gare du Nord, Gare de l’Est, Gare de Lyon, Gare d’Austerlitz, Gare Montparnasse and Marne-la-Vallée Chessy) for a maximum duration of 72 hours and for an amount ranging from €5.50 to €9.50 per day.
Finally, for the more geeks, a free and open WIFI network is available in all parks and gardens in the city.