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About Eiffel Tower

Known as one of the most visited paid monuments in the world, Eiffel Tower is an iconic historical building standing 330 meters tall. The building is built of wrought iron and was constructed between the years 1887-89 for the World Fair. Designed and constructed by Gustave Eiffel, the Eiffel Tower flaunts rich architectural design and a vibrant ambiance. The tower has 4 different pillars at its 4 entrances and consists of 2 levels in addition to the summit, which gives an amazing view of the sprawling City of Love.

Today every visitor to Paris definitely takes a tour of the magnificent tower and all of them are left enchanted by its majestic design and interior details. Divided into 3 major levels, the tower's each level offers something unique to its visitors. The ground floor or The Esplanade is home to lush gardens and fine restaurants serving the best of Parisian food. With the view of the tower and the taste of love, people from around the globe find calming joy while spending time in this landscape.

Climbing up, the first floor flaunts its stunning glass flooring, and it's many amazing restaurants. Guests can enjoy the flavors, the aroma and the beauty of this place on their visit. The second floor similarly has amazing dining options in addition to offering a great view of the surrounding Seine and other marvelous attractions. The summit is the highest point and the highlight of visiting the tower. The view of Paris and its beautiful stories is mesmerizing from the top, and even better while holding a glass of champagne with your loved ones by your side.

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Eiffel Tower Levels

The Esplanade of Eiffel Tower
The Esplanade

The only level free at the historical landmark, The Esplanade is nestled at the base of the magnificent tower. Visitors can explore and enjoy the gardens, visit the statue of Gustave Eiffel or visit the restaurants and gift shops. The information center and ticket offices are also located at the Esplanade.

The four pillars of North, South, East, and West are also located on the ground. To take the elevator, visitors have to make their way to the East or West Pillar and for the stairs, they have to go to the South.

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1st Floor

Visitors can access the 1st floor of the legendary tower by elevator or stairs. One of the main highlights of the first floor is the opaque glass flooring on this level. Visitors can enjoy delectable flavors at the popular restaurants, catch a documentary or movie on the projector, shop for souvenirs and enjoy cultural shows while exploring the level.

A few of the places to try for food at this level are 58 Tour Restaurant and La Bulle Parisienne, among other buffet places.

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Eiffel Tower third Floor
2nd Floor

Taking an elevator is the fastest way to reach the Eiffel tower second floor, as there are 674 flights of stairs leading to the floor. However, if you decide to take the stairs you will be greeted by amazing structural designs and artwork on the way up.

Restaurants and shops can be found on the second floor, which is also a great place to take in the city's sights like the Louvre Museum. The Michelin-starred Jules Verne restaurant and the venue's in-house buffet are located on the second floor.

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Eiffel Tower Top
Eiffel Tower Summit

Nestled above the two magnificent floors is the best viewpoint of Paris. There's only one way to reach the Eiffel tower top floor, and that is via a specific elevator from the second floor. As one of the highest observation decks in Europe, the top of the tower provides a magnificent view of the city of Paris. In addition, visitors can explore Gustave Eiffel’s office, enjoy a drink from the Champagne bar and get amazing clicks for the gram.

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Eiffel Tower Entrances

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East and West Pillars

Visitors who plan to take the lifts instead of the stairs to visit the 2nd floor of the tower should take the East or West Pillar Entrances. You will notice two different flags hoisted at two separate places while approaching the entrance pillars.

Those visitors who have already bought their Eiffel tower tickets can continue directly towards the green flag which will lead them towards the tower entrance. However, those who have still not bought their tickets will need to stand in a queue at the yellow flag.

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South Pillars

The visitors who plan to take the stairs to the top floors and the summit will have to enter through the South Pillar of the tower. A flight of 674 stairs will lead the visitors to the second floor.

If the visitors have already bought their Eiffel tower tickets then they can directly make their way to the entrance, which has a blue flag hoisted around it. For those who haven't bought their tickets, a ticket counter is accessible at the South Pillar to get the tickets.

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Things to Do at Eiffel Tower

While a tour of the 'Tower of Love' is a beautiful way to spend the day in itself, there are many other great things to do at the tower and around it. From exploring its various levels to watching the sprawling city at its best from the summit, there's something for everyone. Taste the delectable flavors at its various restaurants, or watch the tower in all its glory from a cruise on the Seine.

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Beautiful Eiffel tower glimmering at night
Fancy night on the Eiffel Tower

As the Eiffel Tower is illuminated by 20,000 bulbs at night, it's a stunning sight that many people want to see in person. Dining out with your loved ones is made even more enjoyable by the cozy dining space at any restaurant in the tower.

The Champagne Bar is located at the top of the tower, where you may sip on a chilled cocktail and take in the ethereal feeling of being far above the ground. The breathtaking view from the top of the tower will stay with you for the rest of your days.

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Picnic near the Eiffel tower
Enjoy your evening at the foot of the Eiffel Tower

A picnic just at the base of the Tower is a wonderful way to spend time with loved ones. People love to come to the tower in the spring and eat their homemade treats on the lush grounds that encircle it throughout this wonderful time of year. Enjoy activities with your kids, relax, and see the Eiffel Tower's silhouette against the city's bright horizon.

Take advantage of some downtime by bringing some cheese, wine, and a baguette. Watch the most beautiful sunset of your life in Paris and catch a glimpse of the lights turning on this magnificent tower.

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Seine river boat cruise
Have a boat cruise

A boat ride to see the Eiffel Tower from the Seine is an excellent option, given its proximity to the river. There is a cruise that goes all around the tower, the church of Notre Dam, bridges, and other notable landmarks and the islands. In other words, it is an excellent way to spend both energy and money.

The boat tours are sometimes accompanied by enticing discounts and enticing food offerings. Thus purchase the seats and together with your family begin on a fantastic journey throughout Paris.

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Enjoy one of the best carousels in Paris

While climbing and exploring one of the world's most iconic monuments is a great way to spend the day, there's still a little more fun left to experience by adding the Carousel of Eiffel tower to this trip. Known as Carousel XI, this is the only carousel that spins clockwise and is beautifully inspired by a 1900s vintage ride.

The Eiffel tower sits in the background, giving the perfect backdrop for pictures. Nearby kiosks serve delectable treats and options for full meals that families can enjoy on their outdoor Parisian afternoon.

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Experience the sunrise from Trocadéro

Trocadéro is the place to go if you want to catch a breathtaking sunrise in Paris. Located across the Seine from the Eiffel Tower, this is a famous spot for catching a glimpse of the sun rising over Paris.

As the sun rises over the horizon, you'll be surrounded by a serene atmosphere and a stunning display of color as it transforms the eastern horizon. After the sunrise, you can also enjoy the delectable flavors of freshly brewed refined coffee at the shop on the top of Trocadero.

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Eiffel Tower Stairs
Climb the stairs and learn its history

Among the most fascinating activities to do during the Eiffel Tower is to ascend the spiral staircase to the summit of the tower. You can take your time exploring each floor and taking in the architectural splendor.

Taking the stairs rather than waiting in the long line for the elevator will save you time that you can use after you visit the various floors of the tower. Explore the origins of the world's highest tower and the various displays that are not the way.

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Eiffel Tower Nearby Attractions

Night view of the D'Orsay Museum
Musée d'Orsay

Your Eiffel Tower Tour should be completed by visiting one of the most popular tourist attractions nearby. The Musée d'Orsay, a Parisian art museum, is best known for its collection of French impressionist and post-impressionist paintings. In many ways, this museum's structure is a work of art in and of itself. It's also a venue for films, concerts, and other activities, and it's home to historical artifacts like the Musée d'Orsay Clock.

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Centre Pompidou

In addition to housing a museum, library, and art galleries, the Centre Pompidou serves as a creative hotspot for the city of Paris, presenting a variety of exhibits and shows as well as offering guided tours and other special events. This space has been dedicated to contemporary and modern art styles. The Musée National d'Art Moderne is the main attraction in this area, with numerous exhibitions centered on different themes and monographs being held there each year.

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 Catacombs of Paris
Paris Catacombs

Your Eiffel tower tour does not necessarily have to be all romantic or dreamy as you can visit the Paris Catacombs. If you're afraid of dark places, a visit to the cemetery in Paris is not for you. After Paris' cemeteries were full, this place in the city's underbelly was created to house the remains of the city's dead. Wear strong shoes because the tunnels are gravel-filled, uneven, and even unstable at points.

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Essential Information
How to Reach Eiffel Tower
Best Time to Visit Eiffel Tower
Facilities
Traveler's Tips

  • Location: Champ de Mars, 5 Avenue Anatole France, 75007 Paris, France

  • Opening Hours:

For visitors with tickets with access to the Elevators: From 7th May to 17th June the tower is open from 09:00 AM to 11:45 PM, last ascent at 11 PM. Rest of the year the Eiffel Tower Tour is available between 9:30 AM to 12:45 PM.

For visitors with tickets with access only to stairs: For the Eiffel Tower Tour by stair between 7th May to 17th June, access is available between 09:00 AM to 10:45 AM. For the rest of the year, stair access is available between 09:30 AM to 11:45 PM.

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Eiffel Tower Tickets FAQs

Are Eiffel Tower tickets available online now?

Yes, tickets to the Eiffel Tower are now available online. One can purchase various types of tickets and visit this magnificent beauty at their leisure.

How long is the wait for Eiffel Tower tickets?

On average visitors have to wait for around 2 to 3 hours in the line for the Eiffel Tower Tickets. Therefore it is best to buy the tickets online and get a seamless experience.

How long does Eiffel Tower visit take?

The time taken to visit the Eiffel tower depends on how the visitor plans to take the tour. Also, depending on the visiting time or day, there might be a rush of travelers and visitors at the tower. The mode of traveling in the tower, be it the stairs or the elevator, also decides the duration of the visit. Typically, it takes around 1.5 hours to tour the 1st and 2nd floors while it takes approximately 2.5 hours to tour the top floor. Indulge yourself in some delectable flavors and an interesting game while visiting the first floor if you have extra time on hand.

Can eiffel tower visits be made by people in wheelchairs?

Yes, visits can be made by people in wheelchairs to the Eiffel Tower. However, access to differently-abled people is given only to the 1st and 2nd floors in addition to the ground floor. The top floor is off-limits to them, for their safety as they might not be able to evacuate in case of emergencies.

What are the type of tickets available for visiting the Eiffel Tower?

There are various types of tickets one can opt while visiting the Eiffel Tower, Paris. The best of all three types of tickets is the Eiffel Tower at Night tickets, which allows you to witness the shimmering lights and feel a completely different vibe. Another type, Eiffel Tower Top Floor Tickets, lets you to enjoy truly exceptional panoramic views from the structure's top. Tickets for the Eiffel Tower Lunch and Sightseeing Seine River Cruise allows you to embark on a one-of-a-kind experience of dining at the iconic Eiffel Tower with your loved ones while admiring the vast cityscape and famous monuments.

Is the Eiffel Tower free for babies?

Children under the age of 4 do not need to purchase separate Eiffel Tower Tickets as they are the guests of the place. Babies and kids under the age of 4 are given a free access pass upon their visit.

What is there to see on the eiffel tower?

Regardless of what you're looking for, each floor has a variety of features. There are plenty of informational panels at the very top detailing the building's history, its dedication, notable visitors, and so on. The stores are on the second floor, which is also where visitors get the best views of the tower's structure, and aside from those and the lovely galleries to stroll through, there is very little more to see on this floor. On the first level, which had a major renovation in 2011, you'll find exhibitions on the background of the Eiffel Tower, its depictions in films, and parallels with other landmarks all around the world.

Do Eiffel Tower tickets sell out?

Yes, Eiffel Tower Tickets do sell out. Because of its worldwide fame, the landmark attracts a large number of visitors, therefore it is best to reserve your tickets online in time for a hassle-free visit.

Why is the Eiffel Tower famous?

The Eiffel Tower, sometimes referred to as the "Tower of Love," is a symbol of artistic brilliance and structural beauty. Souvenir stores located within the tower allow visitors to purchase unique items to give as gifts to the people they care about. The enticing fragrances and scrumptious menus of the restaurants and cafeterias will undoubtedly make you desire delicious French cuisine. This tower is frequently visited by tourists who want to take in the breathtaking views from the top. At night, the tower's sparkling appearance is another stunning sight to photograph.

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