Free on the 1st Sunday of the month, free for young people, free all year round...

In Paris, free admission to monuments depends mainly on the age of the visitors and the day of the visit.
Free access is also available in the evening because some Parisian monuments are open at night.
There are the free monuments for young people under 26 years old (if nationals of the European Union). This is the case for example for the Arc de Triomphe or the Conciergerie. Unfortunately this is not the case for the Eiffel Tower!
There are also free monuments on the 1st Sunday of each month.
Finally, qome rare monuments are free for all year round.

1- Free monuments for young people

All young people under 18 (regardless of their nationality) and those of under 26 years old EU nationals. (European Union) benefit from free admission to the following Parisian monuments:

The free ride applies every day, without time restrictions. Identification is required.

2- Free monuments for all, every day

They are places of worship, but they are two emblematic monuments of Paris. Let's not forget the 139 churches and chapels, some of which are worth a visit, such as the Saint-Paul-Saint-Louis church (in the 4th arrondissement), the Saint-Eustache church (in the 1st arrondissement, next to the Halles forum), the Saint-Roch church (in the 1st arrondissement) and the Saint-Germain des Prés church (in the 6th arrondissement), to name but a few.

3- Monuments free on the 1st Sunday of the month

the pantheon in Paris vault

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