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Paris Visite
Paris region public transport
(M) Métro lines
(1) Line 1 (7bis) Line 7bis
(2) Line 2 (8) Line 8
(3) Line 3 (9) Line 9
(3bis) Line 3bis (10) Line 10
(4) Line 4 (11) Line 11
(5) Line 5 (12) Line 12
(6) Line 6 (13) Line 13
(7) Line 7 (14) Line 14
(RER) RER lines
(A) Line A (D) Line D
(B) Line B (E) Line E
(C) Line C
[T] Suburban rail (Transilien)
({{[1]}}) Saint-Lazare ({{[1]}}) Nord
({{[1]}}) ({{[1]}}) ({{[1]}}) ({{[1]}})
({{[1]}}) La Défense ({{[1]}}) Est
({{[1]}}) ({{[1]}})
({{[1]}}) Montparnasse ({{[1]}}) Lyon
({{[1]}}) ({{[1]}})
Airport shuttles
({{[1]}}) CDGVAL ({{[1]}}) Orlyval
Bus
({{[1]}}) Bus (RATP) ({{[1]}}) Noctilien
  Bus (Optile)  
(T) Tramway
(1) Tramway T1 (4) Tramway T4
(2) Tramway T2 (5) Tramway T5
(3a) Tramway T3a (7) Tramway T7
(3b) Tramway T3b
Other
({{[1]}}) Montmartre funicular

The Paris Visite is a discount travel card aimed mainly at tourists visiting Paris for a few days.

Fares and ticketing[edit]

The pass can be bought for 1, 2, 3 or 5 consecutive days.[1]

It allows free travel in on the Paris Métro, the RER, the RATP and the Optile, and also the Montmartre funicular.

Choice of ticket[edit]

Zones 1 to 3 will cover most tourists who intend to spend most time in the city centre. For more out-of-town destinations, a ticket covering the banlieue (English: suburbs) may be better value. These tickets also cover travel on the Roissybus and the Orlyval to and from the two main Paris airports, Paris Orly and Charles de Gaulle Airport.

The local transport authority (STIF) has systematically reduced the number of fare zones, and from Mid-July 2011 the STIF combined that with Zone 5.[2][3]

References[edit]