Skip the long lines to the 2nd floor of the Eiffel Tower, and enjoy access to the summit at your own pace on a 2-hour guided tour of Paris. Enjoy…
Focus on the fun part of your trip with a priority access to the Eiffel Tower. Save precious time and walk past the notorious queues for priority…
Skip the line to the Eiffel Tower and Louvre! Save hours of waiting time and discover 2 of Paris's most visited landmarks with ease. Sit back and…
Tour Paris by bus and by boat and see it magically lit up by night. Get panoramic views from the 2nd floor of the Eiffel Tower, and cruise along the…
Head directly up to the 2nd level of the Eiffel Tower with your skip-the-line ticket and admire many of the top attractions of Paris from up above.…
If you have limited time in Paris, take advantage of this skip-the-line admission ticket to the Eiffel Tower, and avoid wasting time standing in the…
A glimpse of the Eiffel Tower, outlined romantically against the Paris skyline — that's what you remember after visiting France. If you're looking to photograph Paris to your heart's content, use our short list of great spots in the city to get that breathtaking view (and picture).
To see the Eiffel Tower light show at night, the Trocadero is one of your best location choices. Bonus: the Trocadero is free, and always open.
You need to climb the 284 steps of the Arc de Triomphe to reach the top of this other famous Paris monument, where you’ll be rewarded by one of the most spectacular views in the city.
This 689-foot skyscraper may not be a beautiful building, but the views are worth it. In the Montparnasse Tower you get the second highest view after the Eiffel Tower and 360-degree vistas.
Looking for a romantic Paris date spot? Make a reservation for the terrace at this luxury hotel. Soak in the view, enjoy some champagne, and watch the sunset from the top.
Pont de Bir-Hakeim connects the 15th and 16th arrondissements. This famous bridge offers stunning views of the tower and the Seine—a popular spot for photographers.
As you know, Paris is quite the popular holiday destination. Plan ahead if you want to jump around and see the Eiffel Tower from lots of angles. It's easy to buy tickets online and go straight to the top -- but if you're looking to do Paris on the cheap, remember to plan waiting time at major monuments into your itinerary.
Lots of travelers are looking for a cafe or restaurant nearby these views, where they can relax and regroup away from the crowds. While all the major tourist areas are safe enough, tourists tend to let their guard down as soon as they order a café au lait. As always, zip up your purse and watch out for thieves.
If you decide to get up close and personal with the Tower itself, it's conveniently open 365 days a year. From mid-June to early September, opening hours are from 9:00AM to midnight. During the rest of the year, from 9:30AM to 11:00PM.
- When to visitThe Eiffel Tower is open 365 days a year!
- What is the price?Free to look at from the outside. Summit tickets prices vary depending on things like the tour type or level of access.
- Will I need a guide?Only if you want one! Many travelers enjoy learning about the history and architecture from a guide. Equally as great, tour groups usually get to skip ahead of the long line of tourists waiting to buy tickets.
- How to get thereThe two closest métro stops are Bir-Hakeim (Line 6) and Trocadero (Line 9).
- Additional tips
- This attraction is free for children under four years old.
- Keep an eye on your handbag at all times.
What People Are Saying About Eiffel Tower
Recommended for family trip... especially like me who bring 2 kids even babies....
the eifffel tour had a short 5 minute walk from the meeting point. stephanie the guide gave us some interesting facts about the tour. after getting to 2nd deck you were on your own. a great deal and afterwards the river cruise was relaxing.
Well worth it to skip the line for Eiffel Tower and make it to the top! Our guide was enthusiastic and very informative. There's alot to explore about the tower so we spent most of our day there. Good thing is after our guide finished the rest of the package is at your own pace, which is great when traveling with little kids. The River Cruise is right next to the Eiffel Tower so we were able to catch it in the afternoon and that was great. Option to take tour outside and go inside once it got too cold. We visited the Louvre the next day, and made the mad dash to see the Mona Lisa, but one day really isn't enough for this magnicent museum. We had a chance to have a meal and pastries at Le Café Richelieu - Angelina... really good! We'll work it!!!
Really easy to find meeting spot, tour guide led us to the Eiffel Tower, no problems at all. We were up to the 2nd floor in no time at all with our fast track tickets which we were glad to have! Stunning views even just from the 2nd floor of the tower, great experience. We did the river cruise the next day, the tickets allow you to use them up to a couple of days after which is handy if you're staying a few days. Basically see all the sights from down the river and back, can't complain. The only issue I'd say here is you can only listen to the tour guide underneath via headphones and not when on the upper deck (a shame because this is where you'd want to be to see all the sights and get some good photos). Would definitely recommend this tower and seine cruise to anyone visiting Paris in the future.
Why is the meeting point at a random building? I saw all the tourist looking around and doubting where it was. Trying to ring a doorbell etc. Especially when you have to wait in the cold or rain it is not a good place to start. Maybe inside a cafe? Opposite the street? and arrange a reduction on the coffee ;-) Our guide was nice!