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1. Posted by JJforever (Full Member 114 posts) 10y

okay weve seen some prices on the net but we cant find many entry fee prices. These are the places we are going to can you guys give us an idea on howmuch it will be to see all of these? also which ones cost how much. this is for 2 people under 25 years old.


Buck palace


Eiffel tower
Notre dame
SAint eustache church
Musee d'orsay
arc do triumphe
Sacre cour

roman forum
vatican city
St peters basillica
Trevi fountain
spanish steps
Piazza navona

Thanks SSOOOOOO much

2. Posted by t_maia (Travel Guru 3290 posts) 10y

10 to 25 GBP for the London sights, for the rest between 10 and 25 EUR. There are sometimes combined tickets, like Rorum Romanum and Colleseeum, which will give you some percents off. I also doubt that there is a special entry fee for Montmartre or the Spanish Steps, but I could be mistaken. (Recent news is that with Biogas they are turning shit into gold. Why not milk some tourist and ask for entry to architectural structures that are plain to see for everybody?)

If you want to know beforehand, google for the sights. They usually have websites where things like entry fees are stated.

BTW, the British Museum in London is free and really worth a visit.

Links: - says 6 GBP for students - 11 EUR per person to the top floor
with the lift - says between 5 and 10 EUR per person depending upon time, date and what you want to see

[ Edit: Edited at Jul 26, 2006 3:10 PM by t_maia ]

3. Posted by JJforever (Full Member 114 posts) 10y

So.....where did all the other posts that were here go? there was alot of valuable info and i wanted to copy it down and now its gone? can you guys post again what the cost are cause someone deleted the other ones.

4. Posted by emmabro (Budding Member 12 posts) 10y

Hi Joey i thought i was going mad when i saw all the posts had gone and it took me ages to write my reply !! so i'll try again !! i can only help you with Rome so here goes(prices from Feb 2006)
1-colosseum... 8 euro's (ticket can be used for Palatine hill as well)
2-St Peter's ..Free! charges to climb the dome but not sure how much
3-vatican museum... 12 euro's (more if you want a guided tour or audio set):)
4-The Pantheon... Free ! as is most of all Rome's Churches
5-Trevi Fountain & Spanish Steps ..Free
6-roman Forum...Free unless you have a guide
7-Piazza Navone..Free Just a short walk from the Pantheon
8-St Clemente..Free for the church.. 5 euro's to visit the basement(well worth a visit it really is a "special little church ..not far from the Colosseum)
Hope this helps you and you get some of it written down !!
Ciao XxEm

5. Posted by JJforever (Full Member 114 posts) 10y

Thank you so much for helping out again!! If i ever find out wh odeleted the posts

6. Posted by emmabro (Budding Member 12 posts) 10y

Ditto i hope i don't have to write it again so look after your post's!!!

7. Posted by tway (Travel Guru 7273 posts) 10y

That's post is gone, too! At least emmabro covered a lot of mine for Italy!

For the Vatican cupola, it's 7 Euro for the elevator, or 4 for climbing alllllll the way up.

Also, for the Colloseum, splurge on a guided tour (it's about 3 Euro more) and you can skip the long line up!

For Paris:
Eiffel tower - can't remember!
Pantheon - they had a special prices for 25 and under, though
Notre dame - free, unless you want to climb the tower, then it's...6 Euro?
Saint eustache church - free
Musee d'orsay - don't know
arc do triumphe - free, unless you want to climb up
Louvre - don't remember, but it's probably online
Sacre cour - free
Montmartre - it's a region, so it's free to walk around in

Try the cemeteries and the Catacombs too, if you can.

8. Posted by JJforever (Full Member 114 posts) 10y

is is worth the admission price to go in buck palace?? Just wondering if we should just look from the outside and take pics or actually go in it?

9. Posted by jlala (Budding Member 36 posts) 10y

hi stayhungry, hope you don't mind if I borrow your thread to ask a question.

Since we are on the topic of entry fees, which are the places which one should book beforehand to avoid the long queues?

10. Posted by emmabro (Budding Member 12 posts) 10y

Hi Again !!! i've not been into Buckingham Palace but i know a few people who have ;) one is my 'aussie sister in -law !! she thought itwas worth every penny and loved the whole "feeling" of the place "see how the others live" as she put it this summer there is a special exhibition of the Queen's dresses dating back to the '50's if i was going down to london i'd certainly go and see our Queens "pad" ..hope that gives you an idea whether to go or not :)