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"I ought to be jealous of the tower. It is more famous than I am.”
Thus spoke Gustave Eiffel of his iconic creation. Raised in 1889 as the doorway curve to the 1889 World's Fair, on the Champs de Mars in Paris, it has become a worldwide social symbol of France. A standout amongst the most unmistakable structures on the planet, the Eiffel Tower has transcended its status as a French landmark to become a world heritage. An estimated 7.1 million individuals visited it in 2011; and the tower accepted its 250 millionth guest in 2010. Planning a trip to Paris is incomplete without visiting this tower. The tower, so beloved today, faced a good deal of opposition from Paris’s art and architecture community before it was erected. They were outraged that this “monstrous” edifice would be allowed to dominate Paris’s culture ahead of the more orthodox Notre Dame, Louvre and other favorites.
The tower is accessible from anywhere in Paris, but approaching it on board the line 6 of the Metro from Station Bir-Hakeim provides a rather exciting view. At the tower, go up by lift, or if you’ve a strong constitution, by stairs. After drinking in the breeze and the views, stuff your stomach proper at the Le 58 tour Eiffel, or the Jules Verne, two excellent restaurants. Or, bring a packed lunch to enjoy on the front lawn on a balmy day (check with the weatherman). Be prepared for torturously long queues.
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Being an extremely popular attraction of Paris, or rather the world, Eiffel Tower is always crowded; even in the off season. The best way to explore it is by booking Eiffel Tower tickets that will help you to skip the line and give you a faster access to the place. Tickets for Eiffel Tower can be bought at the counter, but for getting the specific Eiffel Tower tour tickets, it is better to pre-book. For detailed Eiffel Tower ticket prices, check out our tickets section.
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Stairs Entrance Ticket Price(Valid up to the 2nd floor):
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This tour is a perfect chance for you to be a Parisian while in Paris. You will not only get to enjoy authentic french food at a local’s house but also explore the local market and ride your bike. Apart from munching on to some delicious chocol
Paris is known to be a synonym of romance, elegance and love. With this open-decker bus, you can hop on and hop off at your favorite attractions and whisk through many others. The best part is that the frequency of these buses is every 15 minutes and
Enjoy this valentine day in paris with romantic and unforgettable 2-hour Dinner Cruise on the River Seine. Discover the most amazing and magnificent Monuments and face the Eiffel Tower with your loved one when it starts glimmering. Enjoy a 3-Course m
Discover many of the French capital’s top attractions on this 4-hour Paris city tour, which includes a visit to Notre Dame Cathedral and skip-the-line entry to the Eiffel Tower. Travel with your guide along the Champs Elysées to admire t
See some of Paris’ highlights from the water on this 4-hour evening Seine River cruise, and enjoy a gourmet dinner on board. Begin near the iconic Eiffel Tower and glide out along the river, taking in views of the Louvre, Notre Dame Cathedral,
Get to see the best of Paris as and how you like it. You do not need to walk the city to absorb the experience. Instead, you can just move around in the bus admiring attractions such as the Eiffel Tower, Champs Elysees, Louvre and many others that yo
This Segway tour is an ideal trip to fully enjoy the Segway and to see all the highlights of Paris in only 1.5 hours. In addition, you will receive a complimentary ticket for a cruise tour on the Seine River. Local guide, safety briefing and helmet a
Skip-the-line and visit this iconic monument with a local guide who loves it. Your time in Paris is precious so don't waste hours of it standing in line! Join this guided tour and outfox the hundreds of people waiting in line with priority access to
Modern marvel created by humans. One has to appreciate the complexity and enormity of the structure and wonder, how did mankind achieve this a hundred years back. But then again, we achieved pyramids thousands years back. Reaching here is easy through public transportation. There are huge queue of visitors therefore it would be advisable to arrange passes beforehand. Only certain types of cameras and handbags are allowed inside.
Great landmark and so glad we made the visit. Price to go up is reasonable and totally worth it. We only went up to the second floor, so of you wobble a bit with heights, but really want to go up, it will be good enough! However, we queued for nearly an hour to buy tickets, so booking in advance might be a good idea. Security checks are high, but pretty speedy and well staffed. Watch out for the dudes selling cheap merchandise outside - and watch them run when the police turn up on their pushbikes!
One of the best places to gain a overview of Paris' lovely streets and parks is from Mr. Eiffel's Tower. Here's a little known secret: Eiffel built a heated room near the top of the tower for important guests. Elevators take you to that level where you may purchase champagne, in a souvenir flute. A steep staircase brings you to the top observation deck. Most of the tower is wheelchair accessible. Public transport is best.
Must see at least once if you ever go to Paris. It's one of the most recognizable landmarks, great for photos of course, but I highly recommend taking the elevators/walking up or down, especially at night. It's a great view of the city with everything lit up (if you're not afraid of heights). Keep in mind the wind because I was freezing when I went up there though.
Pretty amazing to see in person! We made reservations for golden hour and it was fantastic. Spent a maybe an hour at the top to watch the sun set then came back down. They serve some decent bubbly at the top (LED glasses should you desire) and despite the crowds it's really nice and atmospheric.