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New Paris Pass offers Restaurant Privileges

Submitted by on January 26, 2011 – 10:47 amNo Comment

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TheCityCase Package, which launches today, is a fully customizable package featuring the Paris Museum Pass, the Paris Metro Pass, and the new Restaurants & Nightlife Pass.

The idea is that with a single package, customers will receive free admission to over sixty museums and monuments, including the Louvre, Versailles and Centre Pompidou, unlimited use of the Paris metro and bus system, as well as restaurant discounts and privileges.

While the idea of museum and metro passes are certainly nothing new, I was interested to hear about the new Restaurants & Nightlife Pass for use at select restaurants all over Paris.

Pierre-Alain Rogel, President and Founder of Bulbup SAS, creator of “TheCityCase,” shared that “tourists lacked the opportunity to dine well and save money at the same time. It’s for this reason that we created our Restaurant Pass, so travelers can find great places to eat and also get a privilege. This pass is really the first of its kind for tourists.”

One important thing to note is that the Restaurant & Nightlife Pass is not a free meal card. Tourists who purchase the card will receive anything from discounts off dinner and drinks to free appetizers, free champagne, and free cocktails. Privileges range from 10-25 euros in value and discounts range from 10-30% off meals and/or drinks.

TheCityCase complete package sells for 65 euro and the Restaurant & Nightlife Pass is available on its own for the cost of 15 euro.

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