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Navigo Decouverte- which zones?

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We'll be in Paris from a Tues morning until Friday late afternoon of the next week (yay!). Am planning on getting the Navigo weekly pass when we arrive- which would cover Tues thru Sun. Assumed I would get the basic zone 1-2 for 19.15eu, plus the 5eu card fee.

Was thinking, though, that since we'll be going to at least a few of these: Versailles, Chantilly, Chartres, Fountainbleu, Vincennes... should we get the Navigo for zones 1-5, at 34eu? That's a lot more, but wouldn't those train trips be included in the zone 1-5 pass?

Then, starting that Monday, we'll be there until Friday, so I would think we would get another weekly pass for those 5 days. Haven't figured out though, which days we'd go on those train trips- not all in either half of the trip, is the dilemma!

By the way, I know we'll be doing a lot of walking even with the pass, but that will give DH a chance to not use up all his energy on getting to sights, if we use the bus/metro to get around.

Thoughts?

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