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Eiffel Tower Tickets

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The iconic Eiffel Tower needs no introduction as the ultimate symbol of Paris. Head to the Summit to soak in the enchanting city of Paris. Peruse our collection of Eiffel Tower tickets and enjoy skip-the-line access, guided tours, summit access, and combo tours.
Eiffel Tower Tickets


Direct Entry Eiffel Tower 2nd Floor Tickets: Guided Tour & Optional River Cruise
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1 hr 30 mins - 2 hrs 30 mins
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Eiffel Tower Climbing Experience
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Direct Access Eiffel Tower Summit Tickets: Guided Tour & Optional River Cruise
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Direct access to the 2nd level of the Eiffel Tower
1.5-hr English-guided tour of the Eiffel Tower
Expert English-speaking guide
1-hour Seine River Cruise with a multilingual audio guide (optional)
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Eiffel Tower climbing experience
Stair entrance tickets
English-speaking tour guide
Small group of 25 or less
Access to the 1st and 2nd floors of the Eiffel Tower
Access to the Summit via elevator (optional)
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Expert English-speaking guide
1.5-hr guided tour of the Eiffel Tower
Direct access to the summit of the Tower
1-hr Seine River cruise (optional)
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Eiffel Tower Tickets Guide

The Eiffel Tower is by far one of the most recognized landmarks in not just Paris but the world. The magnificent iron structure towers over the city and has been defined as a strong Parisian symbol. The Eiffel Tower attracts millions of visitors each year who head to the top and soak in unparalleled views of the City of Love. If you are planning a visit, read on to know about all your Eiffel Tower tickets and tour options, along with essential information like opening hours, entrances, summit access, and more.

All Eiffel Tower Ticket and Tour Options

Being the most coveted Parisian experience, Eiffel Tower is a highly sought-after experience offering a variety of ticket options. From skip the line tickets and guided tours to Eiffel Tower summit access and guided climbing experiences, find the ticket option best suited to you. With millions of visitors reaching the monument every year, ticket and waiting lines can be quite long and excruciating. It is therefore advised that you book your tour package online before you reach the monument.

Skip The Line Tickets

Stairs vs Elevators Tickets

Summit Tickets

Dining at the Eiffel Tower

Combo Tickets

With millions of tourists visiting the monument every year, ticket queues and waiting lines tend to be really long and could setback your trip by over 2 hours. With skip-the-line Eiffel Tower tickets you can beat the crowd and get direct access to the first/second level (depending on your package) and the Summit (optional).

Why go for these tickets?

  • Priority access to the second floor: With skip the line tickets, you have the option to whizz past the ticket line and secure an early entrance to the second-floor lift to the summit. As the summit can only be accessed by a lift, it gives you a better chance at making it to the top as you can skip past long ticket queues at the counter. 
  • Fastest access to Eiffel Tower: With skip the line Eiffel Tower tickets, you can skip the long waiting times at the ticket counters and head straight to the stairs or elevators, depending on your package. This makes it the fastest way to gain entry to the monument. It is the best ticket option if you’re on a time-bound trip. 
  • Local guide: Depending on your ticket, you’ll also be joined by a professional guide who’ll accompany you till the second level and guide you to the summit lift. Choose the best Eiffel Tower tour to enjoy the various attractions on the monument with a splash of history and trivia, courtesy of your knowledgable guide.

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Whizz past long waiting lines, and head to the second floor of the Eiffel Tower with your tickets. Then, go for a fascinating city tour and enjoy a 1-hour Seine River Cruise as you soak in the many Parisian sights.
A decision you might have to make is to choose Eiffel Tower stairs vs lift tickets. If you choose to climb the steps, you have a better chance of avoiding the long queues that one might find with opting for lift access. Your ticket may also include a guided tour.
With over 1,700 stairs spread across three levels, climbing the Eiffel Tower on foot is an experience of a lifetime. The stairs offer some of the best views of Paris from varying heights. If you choose to take the elevator, you can head up to the 2nd floor directly and then based on your ticket, visit the summit. The steps are not ideal for those who are short on time, but benefit in terms of smaller crowds, while lift access sees larger crowds.

Why go for these tickets?

  • Climb at your own pace: The biggest advantage of the Eiffel Tower stair tickets is that they save a lot of your waiting time. The stairs are usually not crowded and can be accessed in under 30 minutes of purchasing the ticket.
  • Fast track Eiffel Tower access: The Eiffel Tower has three elevators - The North, East, and West. You can skip the line at the Eiffel Tower lift by purchasing skip-the-line tickets.
  • Optional Summit Access: Situated at a jaw-dropping height of 276 meters above the ground, the summit is the highest accessible point of the Eiffel Tower. The summit can only be accessed via glass-walled elevators from the second floor and require a separate ticket. While choosing your Eiffel Tower stairs or elevator tickets, make sure you add these optional tickets to get the best eagle’s view of Paris.

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With a professional guide, climb to the 1st and 2nd floors of the Eiffel Tower as part of a small group and get a close look at its internal structure and architecture. Upgrade your ticket to visit the summit via elevator.
At a whopping 276 meters (905 feet) from the ground, the Eiffel Tower Summit is one of the highest points to observe the city from as you look down to see a "miniature" Paris city thrive under your feet. With a glass-walled elevator, the ascent is also nothing short of exhilarating. You'll also get to visit the secret Eiffel Tower apartment that was once Gustave Eiffel's office. Composed of realistic wax characters, this office evokes the era when this architectural masterpiece first came to life.

Why go for these tickets?

  • Unparalleled view of Paris: Eiffel Tower Summit offers one of the most breathtaking views of the Parisian skyline. Using the telescopes at the summit, you will be able to spot various other famous Parisian landmarks, all while enjoying a light breeze. It is truly an experience no one should miss.
  • Champagne with a view: Nestled within the platforms, head to the champagne bar for a drink with a view. A non-alcoholic drink is also available, so the whole family can celebrate the magical moment.
  • Secret Apartment on the Summit: Gustave Eiffel's recently renovated office is lined with paisley wallpaper, wooden furniture, and paintings and features life-like wax models depicting the Tower’s creator and his daughter Claire welcoming the famous American inventor, Thomas Edison.

Recommended Experiences

Explore the Eiffel Tower with a skip-the-line tour and special access to its Summit and marvel at the panoramic view of the city with your expert local guide. After this, enjoy a delightful panoramic cruise along the iconic Seine.
Ensconced in the tower’s spectacular metal structure are two pockets of culinary heavens. These Eiffel Tower restaurants feature everything from quick bites and snacks to full-course meals for every occasion. The first floor features a new French-style bistro called the La bulle Parisienne, which is now a popular stop for many due to its ‘dome’ architecture, while the second floor is home to the Michelin Star Le Jules Verne restaurant.

Why go for these tickets?

  • Skip-the-Line Access to the Tower: Booking a meal at the Eiffel Tower comes with a huge perk - you get skip the long entry line. Each restaurant has its own elevator, reserved only for restaurant guests. This means that a dinner reservation guarantees skip-the-line access.
  • Authentic French Dining: Both restaurants on top of the Eiffel Tower serve up delicious food prepared by renowned chefs. In fact, the Michelin star Le Jules Vernes is run by Frédéric Anton, a three-star chef, and a “Meilleur Ouvrier de France”. Both restaurants offer traditional dishes, reinterpreted by their master chefs.

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A dinner experience to savor at the Eiffel Tower! Enjoy a delicious French meal with this ticket, and get skip-the-line access to the second floor. Upgrade to visit the summit.
The city of Paris is home to several iconic landmarks. If you're looking for a convenient, pocket-friendly way to visit some of these top attractions, opt for Eiffel Tower combo tickets. Visit iconic landmarks such as the Palace of Versailles, Louvre Museum and more.

Why go for these tickets?

  • Cover more of Paris: Visit not just the Eiffel Tower but other popular attractions in the city with these tickets for a much more reasonable price than standalone tickets.
  • Guided tours: Learn more about each attraction with a knowledgable tour guide by your side as part of your experience.
  • Skip-the-line entry: Save time at all landmarks by bypassing the long waiting lines with skip-the-line entry included in your combo ticket.

Recommended experiences

Skip the long lines and get priority entry into two of Paris' top attractions: the Eiffel Tower with access to the summit, and the Louvre Museum. You will be accompanied by a local guide on your tour.
Get priority entry into the Eiffel Tower and head up to the 2nd floor with your local tour guide. Then, visit the stunning Palace of Versailles where you enjoy skip-the-line entry.

Plan Your Visit to the Eiffel Tower

Opening Hours

Getting There

Steps and Lift


What are Eiffel Tower hours?

Eiffel Tower hours are as follows:
24 September to 10 October: between 9:30 AM to 10:30 PM every day of the week.
Rest of the year: 9:30 AM to 5:30 PM; on Saturdays, the tower will remain open till 10:30 PM.

How long does it take to tour the Eiffel Tour?

Exploring everything that the historical monument has to offer, including the restaurants and all three floors will take you between 2 - 3 hours, depending on the attractions you choose to visit and spend time at.

What is the best time to visit the Eiffel Tower?

The best time to visit the Eiffel Tower would be early mornings or late evenings on weekdays to encounter smaller crowds. The best time of year would be October to April. Keep in mind that December may get busy due to the holiday season.

Where is the Eiffel Tower located?

It is located at Champ de Mars, 5 Av. Anatole France, 75007 Paris, France.
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How do I get to the Eiffel Tower by Metro?

Eiffel Tower, which is located on the 5 Avenue Anatole, can be reached by Metro by taking the two lines that have stops in close proximity to the Eiffel Tower i.e Line 6 and 9.

How do I get to Eiffel Tower by RER Train?

To reach Eiffel Tower, you can board the RER Train from anywhere and get off at the Champs de Mars station. It’s a 2 minute walk from the station.

Can I get to Eiffel Tower by bus?

To reach Eiffel Tower, you have to take either one of the following;
Buses 82, 42, 87, or 69

How many Eiffel Tower entrances are there?

There are two entrances on the Esplanade that take you towards the lifts, located at the the East and West towers. You can head to the South tower to use the stairs.

How many stairs are in the Eiffel Tower?

There are a total of 1665 steps to go from the Esplanade to the top of the tower. However, since the steps from the 2nd floor to the summit are closed, you would have to climb about 674 steps to go up to the 2nd floor.

Which Eiffel Tower floors does the lift go to?

Eiffel Tower lifts go up to the 2nd floor and the summit. Depending on your ticket, you can take the lift up to the 2nd floor. If you have access to the summit, take the separate elevator from the 2nd floor right to the top.

Is the Eiffel Tower wheelchair accessible?

Yes. Differently abled visitors can go up to the first and second floors via lifts. The summit is not advisable to visit.

Are Eiffel Tower restaurants now open?

Yes. Guests can have lunch and dinner at the Eiffel Tower, or indulge in some snacks and refreshments.

Is photography allowed at the Eiffel Tower?

Yes, guests may take photographs of the Eiffel Tower for personal use at any point.

Explore the Eiffel Tower

Upon arriving at the Eiffel Tower in Paris, your journey will begin on the ground floor, also known as the forecourt or the square. As you stand under the Eiffel Tower - its impressive, square base sprawling out 125 meters (410 ft) on all sides - it is here that you truly understand the tower’s sheer magnitude! You can also find a couple of souvenir shops and a food stall offering quick snacks and sweets. These are the top things to do at the Eiffel Tower.

Eiffel Tower 1st Floor

The first floor of the Eiffel Tower stands 57m (182ft) above the ground. One of the tower’s highlights is located on the first floor. The first floor, as well as the stairs, has a transparent floor, offering a thrilling experience with striking views of Paris right under your feet. You’ll also find souvenir and snack shops, as well as one of the two famous Eiffel Tower restaurants, the La bulle Parisienne.

La bulle Parisienne

The first floor of the Eiffel Tower used to feature the Le 58 Tour Eiffel, but is now home to the chic La bulle Parisienne. Decorated with a lush hanging garden and gorgeous lanterns, the dome offers the opportunity to dine with magificent view of the Paris skyline. At night, the dome is illuminated to look like a mini igloo. The cheaper option among the two restaurants on the Eiffel Tower, La bulle Parisienne’s menu includes a platter of assorted culinary marvels, made from the products from the Ile-de-France region and France.

Eiffel Tower 2nd Floor

Situated 115 meters (377 feet) from the ground, the Eiffel Tower’s second floor is home to Paris’ most famous observation deck. Take in unobstructed views of neighboring Parisian attractions like the Seine River, Montmartre, the Louvre, the Grand Palace, Notre Dame, Champs Elysees and more. The second floor is also home to the Eiffel Tower’s Michelin star Le Jules Verne restaurant.

Le Jules Vernes Restaurant

Eiffel Tower’s Second Floor is home to the Michelin-star Le Jules Verne restaurant. During the day, guests can enjoy naturally bright ambiance. By night, a muted, sensual ambiance takes over. Apart from offering superb vistas of the Parisian skyline and famous landmarks, Le Jules Verne is arguably the best vantage points to admire the École Militaire located less than a mile from the Eiffel Tower. Le Jules Verne offers traditional French cuisine with some subtle restyling and 6-7 course meals are available for lunch and dinner.

Eiffel Tower Summit - Gustave Eiffel's Secret Apartment

Situated 276 meters (905 feet) above the ground, Eiffel Tower Summit is one of the highest points from which you can observe the City of Lights. With a glass-walled elevator, even the ascent from the second floor is nothing short of awe-inspiring. The summit also houses the Eiffel Tower Secret Apartment, which was Gustave Eiffel's office during the first few years of the Eiffel Tower. The office has now been reconstructed and you can find realistic wax characters and paintings depicting the era when this architectural masterpiece first came to life.

Top Attractions in Paris

While the Eiffel Tower may be the city's crown jewel, there's plenty of iconic landmarks that one must visit on a trip to Paris. Here are the top things to do in the city of Paris:

Louvre Museum

Few museums in the world are held at such a high prestige as the Louvre in Paris. It houses thousands of masterpieces by some of the most famed artists to have ever lived, and of course, is home to the famous Mona Lisa by da Vinci. Find artwork, sculptures, mosaics and more treasures here. Book Louvre Museum tickets.

Palace of Versailles

Opulence and grandeur oozes from every corner of the historic Palace of Versailles. The former residence of French monarchy from Louis XIV to Napolean Bonaparte, it is a key piece of the country's history. The top attraction here is definitely the extraordinary Hall of Mirrors. Book Versailles Palace tickets.

Orsay Museum

If the Louvre is Paris' answer to classical artwork, the Orsay Museum goes toe-to-toe with its remarkable collection of Impressionist and post-Impressionist art. Home to perhaps the world's largest collection, the Orsay is home to sculptures and paintings by wizards such as Monet, Renoir, and Van Gogh among others. Book Orsay Museum tickets.

Seine River Cruise

Gain a unique vantage point of the Parisian landscape on a Seine River Cruise. As you sail along the river on a calm tour, discover famous landmarks in the city such as the Notre Dame, Sacre Coeur and of course, the Eiffel Tower. Top off your experience with a delicious Parisian lunch or dinner, complete with drinks and live entertainment.

Paris Catacombs

Prepare for an experience like no other at the Paris Catacombs. Prepare to be shocked and in awe at the same time as you walk elaborate patterns and constructions of human remains in the form of skulls and bones. The final resting place of millions of Parisians, the catacombs are an eerie experience to try. Book Paris Catacombs tours and tickets at Headout.

Eiffel Tower Tickets & Tour FAQs

What is the price of Eiffel Tower tickets?

The starting price is €36, which is an Eiffel Tower climbing experience with optional Summit access. With this ticket, go up to the 2nd floor of the tower with an English-speaking tour guide; you can upgrade your ticket to visit the Summit as well! Your ticket prices would increase depending on whether you go for lift access, skip-the-line entry, guided tours, or Summit access.

What are the different types of Eiffel Tower tickets?

Depending on your budget, schedule, and interest, there are 4 types of tickets to choose from:
  • Go for an Eiffel Tower climbing experience if you want to have the unique opportunity to climb up the stairs and get a first-hand look into the interior architecture of the landmark. These tickets take you to the 1st and 2nd levels of the tower.
  • The 1st and 2nd floors of the Eiffel Tower can be accessed within one ticket; you can choose to access the floors by either climbing or taking the lift. It’s best to opt for an-inclusive experience, such as an Eiffel Tower 2nd floor ticket with guided tour, since it’ll include the services of an expert local guide, and allows you to upgrade to include a Seine River Cruise as well.
  • You can opt for a Summit ticket if you want to visit the highest level of the tower. A good option would be an Eiffel Tower morning access with Summit option experience as it allows you to opt for either a 2nd floor or Summit visit during early hours of the day.
  • Go for a combo tour if you want to explore the best of Paris, as these experiences include access to not just the Eiffel Tower, but other popular attractions in the city. A must-try option would be an Eiffel 2nd Floor guided tour with Palace of Versailles ticket.

Which Eiffel Tower floors are free to visit?

The Eiffel Gardens and Esplanade are free for visitors to enter and explore at their own pace. However, to get to the 1st, 2nd, and Summit levels, you would have to buy a ticket.

How far in advance can I buy Eiffel Tower tickets?

You can buy your tickets up between 60-90 days before your visit. It is recommended that you prebook your tickets online owing to the landmark’s massive popularity, experiences get sold out quickly.

Are Eiffel Tower tickets available online now?

Yes, you can book your tickets online now. It’s the best way to avoid waiting in long lines at the ticket counters, and allow you to visit on your preferred date and time of visit. An added benefit of opting for online tickets is that you can avail offers on child bookings, get discounts up to 10%, and get additional cashback up to 5%.

Where can I buy Eiffel Tower tickets?

You can book your tickets either online or at the physical ticket counter at the Eiffel Tower. However, it’s best to book your tickets online so as to avoid the long queues at the ticket counters. Online tickets would allow you to simply show the e-receipt and walk into the tower without wasting time.

Do I need a guided tour of the Eiffel Tower?

The Eiffel Tower is a historic monument and one of the most revered in the world of design. The best way to gain an in-depth understanding into its inception, architecture, and cultural significance, it is completely worth opting for a guided tour. You’ll be accompanied by an expert tour guide (in the language of your choice), who will regale you with fascinating stories and trivia as you explore the monument from the esplanade to the summit.

What is the best Eiffel Tower tour?

There are several tours you can choose from, depending on your budget, schedule, and interest. Our best recommendations are an Eiffel Tower guided climb and Eiffel Tower 2nd floor guided tour with optional Seine River Cruise. On both these experiences, you would be accompanied by a knowledgeable tour guide would have the opportunity to learn the interesting history and significance of the Eiffel Tower.

How long does it take to visit Eiffel Tower?

It should take you about 1.5 hours to visit the 1st and 2nd floor and about 1 hour to explore the Summit. In case you decide to dine, your trip would be extended to another 1.5 to 2 hours.

What time should I go to the Eiffel Tower?

You can visit between 9:30 AM to 10:45 PM by lift and 9:30 AM to 10:45 PMby stairs throughout the year. Only from 1 September to 20 October, stairs timings change from 9:30 AM to 6:00 PM.

What is the best time to visit Eiffel Tower?

To avoid the crowds, it’s best to visit during early hours of the day, on weekdays. However, the view from the top during the evenings is pretty wonderful and worth a visit, despite the crowds. The best time of year would be October and November, and between January to April.
Summer months between June to September tend to get quite hot and crowded, and December experiences high footfall as well due to the holiday season.

How many steps to go up to the Eiffel Tower?

There are about 674 steps to go up to the 2nd floor of the Eiffel Tower. While this may seem like a lot, it’s sure to be a unique experience to take in the landmark’s unusual interiors during a climb – something that’s missed during a lift experience. It would take you about just about 30-40 minutes to complete a climb.

Should I visit the Eiffel Tower at night or during the day?

Both experiences are great on their own. A visit during the day offers a lovely view of Paris’ top attractions, including the River Seine. However, if you are looking for something out-of-the-ordinary, a night tour is well worth your time. With the tower being completely lit up and the city’s sparkling landscape, it’s a breathtaking view.

Can you climb the Eiffel Tower at night?

Yes, you can. Visitors can climb up to the Eiffel Tower up to 10:45 PM throughout the year. Only between 1 September to 20 October, stairs access closes at 6:00 PM.

How do I get to the Eiffel Tower?

You can use the metro, RER, or bus to get to the Eiffel Tower.
By MetroorRER, alight at Champ de Mars/Tour Eiffel station which is about 7-8 minutes away by foot from the tower. Take metro Line 6 or 9, or Line C of the RER.
You can take bus 82, 42, 87, or 69 and alight at the same Champ de Mars/Tour Eiffel station.

Where is the entrance to the Eiffel Tower?

Take the South Pillar for stairs entry which is indicated by a blue flag. And if you book lift tickets to the 2nd floor or summit, go towards the East or West Pillars for elevator access, which are indicated by a green flag.

What can you do at the Eiffel Tower?

With a tour guide, discover all the unique aspects about what makes the Eiffel Tower one of the most recognized landmarks in the world. Learn about its history and architecture on a detailed guided tour. You can visit the renovated office of Gustave Eiffel, dine at an Eiffel Tower restaurants, shop for souvenirs, sip on champagne and of course, soak in the breathtaking view of Paris from the top.

Is eating at the Eiffel Tower worth it?

It’s quite a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to dine at the Eiffel Tower and definitely worth it. The view from the restaurants is delightful and the contemporary French cuisine served is exceptional. While the expense of eating an Eiffel Tower restaurant is more than dining at a regular eatery, the view, delicious food, and overall ambience is well worth it.

How much are Eiffel Tower Summit tickets?

Your ticket price would start from €65 and would grant you direct access to the top most floor of the tower. An added benefit of opting for these tickets is that you would get skip-the-line access to the Summit – arguably the most important attraction at the Eiffel Tower – allowing you to save time and money.

Is Summit included in Eiffel Tower tickets?

Not all tickets include access to the Summit. You would have specifically book an Eiffel Tower Summit ticket to visit the top most floor of the landmark. Some tickets may also allow you to upgrade your ticket to visit the Summit.

How to get tickets to Eiffel Tower Summit?

You can book Summit tickets either at the tower’s physical counters, or online. By booking your ticket online, you can avoid the perpetual long queues and save time. Summit tickets, when booked online, also offer benefits such as detailed guided tours, skip-the-line access, and various discounts and cashback.

Can I get skip-the-line tickets to get to the Eiffel Tower Summit?

Yes, priority entry is available with your tickets. By booking an Eiffel Tower summit skip-the-line ticket, you can bypass the long waiting lines and get direct entry into the landmark, allowing you to save time.

Is the Eiffel Tower Summit worth it?

Absolutely – as one of the highest points in the city at over 900 ft, the panoramic view from the Eiffel Tower Summit is marvelous. Spot all the famous landmarks in the city from your unique vantage point! You can also explore the restored version of architect Gustave Eiffel’s office, munch on some snacks, or buy souvenirs once you reach the top.

How do I get to the summit of the Eiffel Tower?

The Eiffel Summit has its own lift on the 2nd floor, which is the only way to get to the top. Depending on your chosen ticket, you can either take the stairs or the elevator to the 2nd floor, and then take the summit lift. You would have to book tickets that specifically offer summit access.

How tall is the Eiffel Tower?

It is about 330 m to the tip, which is 1083 feet. In layman terms, if 180 6-foot persons stood on top of each other, they would reach the top of the Eiffel Tower.

When was the Eiffel Tower built?

Construction work began on 26 January, 1887 and it took about two years for completion, on 31 March, 1889.

Why was the Eiffel Tower built?

Paris agreed to host the 1889 World Fair, on the 100th anniversary of the French Revolution. The Eiffel Tower of Paris was commissioned for construction to be presented at the world expo, which was themed around greatest industrial achievements of the era. It took approximately 7,300 tonnes of iron and 2,500,000 rivets to construct this ever-lasting landmark.

Is it worth to go to the top of Eiffel Tower?

It’s absolutely worth going to the top! The view from the Summit is unparalleled, offering a bird’s-eye view of the city. Spot the Seine River, Les Invalides, Arc de Triomphe, Sacre Couer, Grand Palais, Quai Branly Museum, and more.

Why is the Eiffel Tower a symbol of love?

The City of Love’s ultimate symbol is the Eiffel Tower. The only reason the tower being dubbed as a symbol of love is that it tower serves as the backdrop for thousands of wedding proposals and declarations of love each year.

Does the Eiffel Tower light up at night?

Yes. The tower’s trademark golden lights are switched on every evening till 1:00 AM. Every hour, a spectacular light show takes place until closing, where the lights sparkle for about 5 minutes.

What restaurants are in the Eiffel Tower?

On the 1st floor, you can visit Madame Brasserie, a contemporary restaurant that only uses locally-produced, environment-friendly ingredients.
On the 2nd floor, visit the iconic Michelin-starred Jules Verne restaurant that promises an outstanding French gastronomical experience.
Right on the Summit, you will find a delightful Champagne Bar to sip some bubbly as you soak in the view ahead.
You can also find buffet diners at the Esplanade, 1st, and 2nd floors as well for quick, delicious snacks.
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