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What train pass for Paris?

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I'm trying to figure out what train pass makes sense for us in Paris. We will be leaving cdg airport Friday around 3pm to head to our apartment in the Republique Neighborhood. Friday night we will go to the Eiffel Tower area, Saurday, the Louvre and around. It seems like the Louvre is walkable, maybe 40 minutes. Then Sunday Notre Dame, Saint Chappelle... All walkable. Monday, we fly out of Orly. From my calculations to seems like we would be better off with the Ille de France ticket Friday to get into Paris. Buying other trim tickets individually, then a similar package ticket to Orly. It doesn't seem worth it to get the 5 day zones 1-5 visite pass at a cost of 61.25 euros per person???

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