Paris Convention and Visitors Bureau has launched a new digital and personalizable version of its Paris Passlib’, the official city pass of the destination. The objective is to offer a new way of exploring the capital by involving numerous players in the period of economic recovery.
For more than a year now, the destination has been working towards a more sustainable, more local tourism to take visitors off the beaten track, to discover new places and enjoy new experiences, according to Paris CVB. An offer aimed at repeaters as well as at residents. The new version of the Paris Passlib’ involves many players to give a diversified offer.
Entirely digital and with a dedicated mobile app, this pass enables holders to discover the capital at their own pace and in accordance with their own preferences, and has a validity period of one year from the 1st day of use. Attractions include visits to museums and monuments, cruises on the Seine, bicycle hire and guided tours using eco-friendly means of transport, as well as fashion shows, wine tastings, cooking workshops and even a virtual flight over Paris.
The Paris Passlib’ offers: