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Paris is one of the top cities to visit in the whole world. It can be pricey, however you can easily plan a trip to the city with mates on shoe string budget. Here are top money-saving things all with the help of a ISIC card.


It’s tricky to find a place that is pocket-friendly. With Hostelworld, you can get $5 (USD) free credit when you register.

Alternatively, you get 10% off when you book the Generator hostel in Paris. Your ISIC card gets you 10% off their best available rate and seasonal food and beverage discounts.

L’Aquarium De Paris

You and a mate can get money off and visit the fantastic Paris Aquarium. You pay €13 instead of the usual price of €20.50. This epic attraction is a must-see when visiting Paris.

Montparnasse Tower

This tower consists of an indoor observatory and an out door observatory. You can discover and understand Paris thanks to interactive activities, quiz, a multimedia show, a film, an exhibition, photo galleries, viewpoint tables, binoculars, and much more.

Take in the views of the city skyline at any time of the day you choose.

You can get an exclusive discount with your ISIC card for this experience.

Grévin De Paris

Visit Paris’s epic wax museum for a discount!

The illusion begins with the light and sound show of the Palais des Mirages, a giant kaleidoscope that takes visitors on an enchanting journey between Hindu decors and tropical forests.

Along a visiting route full of surprises, the 300 wax characters. You can even have a few drinks after in the museum’s cafe at happy hour (3pm-6pm).

The usual price would be €20.50. You can get 2 seats maximum to €14 per ISIC card holder. €18 for any additional place.

Oui Bus

If you fancy taking a trip out of Paris for a day, you will save money with your ISIC card. You can get 20% discount on all OUIBUS trips within France. Their buses have free WiFi, air conditioning and electric sockets to make travel a lot more enjoyable.


By Aoife Crilly