Office Du Tourisme Et Des Congres De ParisCurrently Open [Closes at 07:00 pm]
- Address: 29 Rue de Rivoli, 75004 Paris, France
- Timings: 09:00 am - 07:00 pm Details
- Phone: +33-149524263
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Tourist Center
A good starting point for your limitless possibilities in Paris, the tourism office located on Rue des Pyramides has a wealth of resources and information that will help you organize and plan your time in the city. With so many things to do and discover, it really helps if tourists are guided with the best possible options available at their disposal to make their trip a memorable one. The office sells some time-saving passes like the museum pass that allows visitors to skip the long queues outside popular attractions. They also advice you on which discounted transport pass out of the many available options would be most suited for you. Along with that, there are brochures of various attractions available for your reference.
- Nearest Metro: Pyramides (M7, M14)
- Le Bistrot Pyramide
- Le Mousson
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2.89% of people who visit Paris include Office Du Tourisme Et Des Congres De Paris in their plan
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We went to the tourism office to purchase the Paris Museum Pass. The staff was very friendly and helpful. There are plenty of information on the wall for attractions and tips. However, I am really dissatisfied with the Paris Museum Pass. Unlike other city passes I have used in the past: Roma pass, and Florence pass. The Paris Museum Pass advertises you will skip the line at majority of the locations, but that is not the whole truth. You skip the line to purchase a ticket, but unlike other city passes, you do not get fast track line. The pass will save you money if you hit 6-7 museums, but you won't save much time if you don't show up early.
Pick a bar in the park, relax in the shade with a beer, not too expensive. Worth every penny i say
This place can give you help and support, but honestly, from the 3 employees, only one lovely lady was doing a good job, seeing tourist after tourist. The other 2 were just lazy, taking a long time to sort out simple problems. I lost 2h there with 5people in front of me. If you can avoid this place, try to
Staff need a course in customer care. If you want any info that isn't in a leaflet then you are an instant inconvenience. Why work in a job that needs human interaction when you obviously hate people.
The office of tourism has a convenient website where you can order priority and skip-the-line tickets for most major attractions, like Louvre Museum, Palace of Versailles, Eiffel Tower, ahead of your trip. After ordering online and setting a pick-up date, this is the physical office to pick up your tickets from once you arrive in Paris. When you go in the office, you take a number from the kiosk, in case there is a waiting line. For me, there's no waiting on a Tuesday afternoon. The staff lady was very attentive and helped explain and answer all my questions about the tickets I've received. The office has additional guides and maps in multi languages. It is a great official offering from the city of Paris to ensure a well-planned trip.