From 1 August 2017 people in the greater Paris region of Ile-de-France will be paying €75,20 (instead of €73) for the Navigo pass, which is used on Metro, trains and buses each month. the Paris electronic pass similar to London’s Oyster Card.
The price of a”carnet” – a book of ten single fare tickets, which is very popular with visitors to the French capital – will also be going up by 40 centimes from €14.50 to €14.90 euros.
Other options include the Paris Visite pass which is valid for 1, 2, 3 or 5 consecutive days for a price ranging from €11.65 to €63.90 (half price for children) for unlimited travel within Paris. Purchase your Paris Visite travel pass from RATP ticket desks (e.g. in Metro stations) or automatic vending machines.