‘Festival des Inrockuptibles’, curated by popular music magazine Les Inrockuptibles, is taking place at venues across Paris this November, boasting top international indie, rock, techno and trip hop acts. Whilst in the city, why not take a lesson in musical history with the Paris Sightseeing Pass?
Take a trip to the Musée de la Musique to see over 1,000 different musical instruments including rare pieces such as a tortoise guitar and a crystal flute as well as items formerly owned by musical celebrities including Frédéric Chopin and Frank Zappa. End the day in Hard Rock Café amongst authentic memorabilia from rock ‘n’ roll legends, plus Paris Sightseeing Pass holders receive priority seating and a free hot fudge sundae with the purchase of a main meal.
The Paris Sightseeing Pass includes entrance to these and over 60 top attractions in the French capital.
The Paris Sightseeing Pass gives users priority access at selected attractions to avoid queues, a free guidebook, and many additional deals, discounts and free offers. A Paris Sightseeing Pass includes a metro pass giving you unlimited travel on the metro, buses and RER within central Paris, a two day ticket for the open top bus tour, and a cruise along the Seine.
A two-day Paris Sightseeing Pass costs €99 for adults, €57 for teens (between 12 and 17 years) and €31 for a child (between four and 11 years).
A four-day Paris Sightseeing Pass costs €145 for adults, €77 for teens and €41 for children, and a six-day option costs €176 for adults, €88 for teens and €51 for children.
Check out all the activities on offer with the Paris Sightseeing Pass at www.parispass.com. The recently updated website includes a map tool to plan visits, details on all the included attractions and full details of exclusive special offers including restaurant deals.For more information and to buy a Paris Sightseeing Pass visit www.parispass.com, or call +44 (0)1664 485 020.
Source = Leisure Pass Group