My family and I are visiting Paris in August. We will be staying there for 8 days. We bought a 6 day Paris Pass (https://www.parispass.com/index-v2.php). What places do you recommend we go in the Paris Pass? What places we should see in each day? How we plan the places for the 6 days we can the pass? We would like to save time from commuting to places. There is so much to see from the Pass. Thank you so much.
return the pass for your money if you can as it is incredibly overpriced. It is not a pass but a collection of products you can buy more cheaply individually once there. And the Paris Visite pass that is part of this package is the most expensive way to do transport. If you have no choice and are stuck with it, well then look at the Paris Museum Pass that is included as part of this package and decide which of the museums and monuments you want to visit. No one else can decide for you. And look at the coupons like the Seine Cruise etc and decide which ones you are most interested in. I'd probably do the Orsay Museum and the Louvre for sure and the Seine cruise at night. Beyond that -- you have to decide what your own personal dream of Paris is.
I think most of these are covered in the RS book from a recommendation/prioritization standpoint, but some of our favorites were the Lourve, Orsay, Orangerie, and Versailles. The "skip the line" privileges really varied by place, as we waited in line at the Orsay and Orangerie for quite a while anyway, but sailed in to the Louvre (mid-afternoon when they are open later) and Versailles when it opened (you still have to go through the security line). The Hop On/Hop Off tour was a great way to see other areas of the city, as we didn't have the time to walk through them all -- it was also quite an adventure to watch the bus driver navigate through the roundabout traffic at the Arc de Triomphe! Saint Chappelle was also a great stop, as we enjoyed seeing its stained glass windows.
The pass gives zero priority at Versailles. I would try to do that on a day the pass didn't cover and buy a timed entry rather than stand for two hours in the sun in the security line. Or get a Kings Apartment Tour which then leaves you in the chateau.
return the pass for your money if you can as it is incredibly
overpriced. It is not a pass but a collection of products you can buy
more cheaply individually once there.
Echoing Janet's advice: almost NO one advises buying this overpriced pass, and do be aware that if you are (unfortunately) staying out near CDG - as you noted in a previous thread - the transport card that comes with the Paris Pass will not cover journeys to/from that zone or to/from Versailles.
As far as which attractions to see, you must choose what interests you from what Paris has to offer or from what the excellent Paris MUSEUM Pass covers, should you decide to purchase that one. Have you purchased a good guidebook?