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Paris - Passe Illimite or Mobilis?

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Two days in Paris, family of 4, 2 parents and 2 kids ages 13 and 17 - wondering if you can add your two cents about my metro purchase plan (after the itinerary)

Day 1 - Arriving earling morning 7:30 at CDG airport, then into Paris (hotel near Arc de Triomphe). Lots of sight seeing around central Paris.

Day 2 - More sightseeing, (catacombs, Louvre, Dali, etc.), and ending up at the Gare de Lyon to leave town on an all-nighter train to Venice. Lucky us!

So, I was thinking a Passe Illimite for Day 1, so it includes our trip from the airport. Then Day 2 purchase four 1-day mobilis for zones 1 and 2. I already know the Paris Visite won't work for us, not really enough museums on our trip (that pesky 13year old). Does this plan sound okay? Any changes? Can anyone tell me what this might all run for a family of four? I tried to work it out, but I don't think I'm doing it right, it seems way more expensive to travel here than other cities. Ah, Paris! (also, any ideas you have for the 13 year old boy would be great)

scoutandboo

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