Paris: Eiffel Tower Summit Direct Access with Guided Tour
- Enjoy direct access to the second level of the Eiffel Tower
- Reach the summit of the Eiffel Tower for a bird's eye view of the city
- Savor the spectacular views
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From there, follow your guide to the top of the Eiffel Tower. Enjoy beautiful, sweeping views across the city before peeking inside Gustave Eiffel's apartment at the top of the tower. If you wish, you can treat yourself by purchasing a drink from the champagne bar at the top of the tower.
Listen to your guide as he tells you stories of the tower's construction and history and how it was almost torn down and sold for scraps. Your guide will also share tips and advice on the best ways to visit the city's major monuments.
- Direct access to the second floor and summit of the Eiffel Tower
- English-speaking guide
- Hotel pick-up and drop off
- Direct access to the third-floor elevator
Prepare for the activity
Eiffel Tower Carousel, Quai Branly, 75007 Paris. Meet your guide in between the Carousel and the horse statue at the end of the Pont d'Iena bridge. Your guide will be carrying an orange and blue flag. Please exchange your voucher at the meeting point. Do not go to the Eiffel Tower to collect your ticket. Please arrive on time as late arrivals are considered a no-show.Open in Google Maps ⟶
- Luggage or large bags
• Summit ticket holders will have to wait in line on the 2nd floor to access the summit's elevators. In high season, this wait can be up to an additional 20 minutes.
• All visitors are subject to the security requirements and procedures of the Eiffel Tower
• This tour is limited to 25 people or fewer
• Please note that tickets for the Eiffel Tower are non-refundable and cannot be exchanged. They must be used with the group at the booked time and their availability is very limited. For this reason, refunds cannot be issued for missed tours
• Due to ongoing COVID-19 virus preventative measures, the summit of the Eiffel Tower is currently closed until further notice