4 days in Paris

enjoy Paris with Go City Pass



 You are planning to visit Paris your own for few days and you struggle to organize your trip and choose your activities? In this article, we suggest you a 4 days trip based on activities that are included in the Go City Pass. With this City Pass, you can enjoy the perfect blend of freedom, cost-effectiveness, and efficiency, and make the most of your time in the city.


Paris Go City Pass to enjoy your stay in Paris

The Paris Go City Pass offers access to various attractions, museums, restaurants, activities, and more all in one package. With a single pass, you can explore some of the world's top tourist destinations. Where should you go this time? With the Go City Exclusive Pass, you can experience attractions and dining at a significantly lower cost – almost 50% off! You can enjoy a multitude of activities, including visiting the Louvre Museum, taking a Seine River cruise, cheese tasting, sipping cocktails at Café de la Paix, indulging in brunch, exploring the city with a bus tour, exploring the Orsay Museum, taking a Montmartre tour, entering the Eiffel Tower and Arc de Triomphe, and much more, all through a single QR code provided by the Go City Pass.

We highly recommend purchasing the all-inclusive pass, available in 2, 3, 4, or 6-day options based on your travel duration. For instance, the 4-day pass is priced at 204 euros, but by applying the GO5OBONPARIS promotion code offered by O' Bon Paris, you can get an additional 5% discount, bringing the price down to 193.8 euros. This discount code can be used in 30 other cities, including Paris. The pass offers a more affordable way to enjoy landmarks, tours, and more compared to purchasing them individually on-site. It combines the benefits of group and individual travel, allowing you to craft your own itinerary as you explore the city. Click here to visit Go City Website.

If you plan to stay 5 days in Paris, you can dedicate one day to shopping and 4 days to activities. Here is a suggestion for a 4-day activity plan in Paris.


Day 1

Paris day1

A trip to Paris wouldn't be complete without a visit to the Louvre! We recommend starting your first day at the Louvre Museum. Given the vastness of the museum, it's impossible to see everything in one day, so pick the artworks you're most interested in and take your time to enjoy them. If you're tired after your journey, you can also enjoy the stunning night views of the city. After exploring the artworks, head to the Louvre's underground cellars for a dreamlike experience of French wine tasting. The wine tasting at the Louvre is like a dream come true. This experience is included in the Go City Pass.

Many people might not know that there's an aquarium in the heart of Paris. The presence of an aquarium in central Paris is good news for couples and families alike. Located just across from the Eiffel Tower, it's a convenient stop before heading to the iconic landmark. Next, the long-awaited Eiffel Tower!

Eiffel tower

Embark on a tour to ascend the symbol of Paris, the Eiffel Tower, and behold the breathtaking panoramic views of the city. The view from beneath the Eiffel Tower and the view of Paris from its top are equally mesmerizing. While tickets to the Eiffel Tower can be expensive, they are covered by the Go City Pass.

Cheese tasting in Paris

Wrap up the day with a cheese-tasting experience. France boasts a rich variety of cheeses that you might not have seen or tasted in Korea. Since you're in France, it's a must to try their cheeses! Visit Ô Chateau in the heart of Paris for a cheese-tasting session. They offer easy-to-understand explanations in English and recommend cheeses that suit different palates.

If you were to complete the first day's itinerary without the Go City Pass, it would cost around 136 euros in total (Louvre Museum: 17 euros / Louvre underground cellars with French wine tasting: 35 euros / Paris Aquarium: 26 euros / Eiffel Tower tour: 38 euros / Ô Chateau cheese tasting: 20 euros). However, with the Go City Pass and the O' Bon Paris promotion discount, you can enjoy all of this for approximately 45 euros per day.


Day 2


Start your second day with a sweet treat in Montmartre! Head to Café La Mere Catherine in Montmartre for four macarons and a warm beverage to kickstart your day on a sweet note. Montmartre's winding narrow streets are lined with vintage shops, ateliers, restaurants with 1930s interiors, and street artists. Exploring Montmartre will allow you to deeply experience the charm of Paris. After recharging with macarons, join a Montmartre & Sacré-Coeur Walking Tour to explore the area more profoundly with a guide. As Montmartre involves a lot of walking and might get tiring, consider using the cute Montmartre Petit Train to explore the area more comfortably.

champagne tasting in Paris

After enjoying Montmartre, why not take a moment to relax with champagne? Champagne refers exclusively to sparkling wine produced in the Champagne region of France. So, enjoying champagne is a must when you're in France. Continuing the mood set by Montmartre, cross over to the Seine River for a Croque-Monsieur and champagne.

Bateaux in Paris

After satisfying your appetite, embark on a Seine River Cruise to enjoy the landmarks of beautiful Paris along the river's gentle waves.

All the activities planned for today (Montmartre morning macarons: 18 euros / Montmartre & Sacré-Cœur Walking Tour: 36 euros / Montmartre Petit Train: 10 euros / Montmartre Champagne Tasting: 18 euros / Seine River Croque-Monsieur Champagne Cocktail: 30 euros / Bateaux Parisiens - Seine River Cruise: 18 euros - Total: 130 euros) can be enjoyed more affordably with the Go City Pass.


Day 3

cafe louise brunch

Why not start your third day with a Parisian breakfast at Cafe Louise? Indulge in croissants and coffee at Cafe Louise for an authentic Parisian morning experience! Cafe Louise is located in the Latin Quarter, making it a perfect starting point for a Latin Quarter Walking Tour. The Latin Quarter earned its name because it's where the ancient Sorbonne University, one of Paris's oldest universities, was located. Join the guided tour to explore the hidden gems of the Latin Quarter. Heading towards the Seine River from the Latin Quarter, you'll find the Orsay Museum. This museum primarily houses artworks from the mid-19th to early 20th centuries. The large clock visible both outside and inside the museum retains the appearance of a train station from the 1900 Paris World's Fair. This large clock is a popular photo spot, and you might have to queue for a while before getting your photo!

Musee d'orsay

As you enjoy your day, the evening will approach before you know it.

cafe louise

In France, there's a cultural tradition called "apéritif" where people enjoy a drink and a light snack before dinner. Return to Cafe Louise for a light meal and savor cocktails. Known for its art, literature, and jazz scene, the Latin Quarter is a perfect place to pause and enjoy a French apéritif.

The activities planned for Day 3 (Parisian breakfast at Cafe Louise: 18 euros, Latin Quarter Walking Tour: 36 euros, Orsay Museum: 16 euros, Notre-Dame Crypts Experience: 36 euros, French apéritif at Café de la Nouvelle Mairie: 18 euros) can be enjoyed for a budget-friendly price of 79 euros or less with the Go City Pass.

Day 4

musee de l'orangerie

On the final day of your Paris adventure, start your day at the Musée de l'Orangerie. The Musée de l'Orangerie mainly showcases French modern paintings, with Claude Monet's "Water Lilies" being a famous highlight. Immerse yourself in the serene and beautiful energy of the exhibition space, feeling like you're in a meditation sanctuary. Not far from the Musée de l'Orangerie, there is Pompidou Center, one of the most famous landmarks in Paris which is built by Lenzo Piano and Richard Rogers. At Pompidou center you can explore modern art from the early 20th century onwards, and various exhibitions are held here. The architecture of the building itself is intriguing and meaningful.

With the guidance of a tour guide, discover the Marais district, known for it's amazing architecture, it's gay-friendly vibe and it's fashion boutiques.

arc de triomphe

How about heading to the Arc de Triomphe for some evening scenery? The Arc de Triomphe seems to offer the best view of Paris at night. From here, you can see the entire city, including the Eiffel Tower. The road system centered around the Arc de Triomphe is also an interesting point to explore. Don't forget to enjoy sweet French crepes at Bistrot Marbeuf, located on the way to the Arc de Triomphe!

Thus, on the final day, you enjoyed various activities (Musée de l'Orangerie: 12.5 euros / Centre Pompidou: 14 euros / Hidden Gems Walking Tour of Le Marais: 36 euros / Sweet French crepes at Bistrot Marbeuf: 18 euros / Arc de Triomphe: 13 euros - Total: 93.5 euros) for around 45 euros with the Go City Pass.

With the Go City Pass, you experience a diverse range of activities and made the most of your last day in Paris while enjoying cost savings. Don't forget to check our offer here to enjoy your discount.


 Article and photos: O'bon Paris team