Vaucluse Tourism Highlights

Two sightseeing Passes for Avignon and Vaucluse

Explore Avignon or the whole of Vaucluse at your own pace, with the 24- or 48-hour City Pass, and 2, 3 or 5-day Passes covering the wider region. The Avignon City Pass and the Vaucluse Provence Pass can easily be purchased online, giving you the freedom to visit monuments, enjoy guided tours, and get discounts for lots of activities.


Visitors have the option of a 24-hour Pass (€24) or a 48-hour Pass (€32), giving access to 10 museums, monuments and gardens of Avignon and Villeneuve-lès-Avignon, and the city’s official themed guided tours. The Pass also offers discounts on attractions such as the double-decker bus tour. The Pass is activated as soon as you enter the first venue, and remains valid for 24 or 48 hours, depending on which one you buy.


With the 24h or 48h version, you get free unlimited access to urban public transport (tram and bus) from the date and time of first use (1 ticket/person).

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How it works

The Pass remains valid over a period of 10 days, and the 3 or 5 days of free admission are triggered on the first visit, but do not have to be consecutive.

Visitors choose between the 2-day (€30), 3-day (€37) or 5-day (€50) Pass and enjoy entry to more than 40 museums and monuments in Vaucluse (including the ones covered by the Avignon City Pass), with discounts on attractions like Spirou Park and Wave Island and a parking package 24h.

You can purchase your Pass online, in a tourist office, or from a participating site. Staff at the attractions you visit will ask to see the barcode on your electronic ticket, either in printed form or on your phone.

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