Paris: Eiffel Tower Direct Access & Tour at Sunset
- Watch as Paris comes alive with lights after dusk
- Enjoy panoramic views from the 2nd floor of the Eiffel Tower
- Admire Gustave Eiffel's legendary feat of engineering up close
Your guide will entertain you with anecdotes about the Eiffel Tower’s history and construction, explaining the difficulties Gustave Eiffel encountered to get it built.
Then ascend to the 2nd floor of the tower with your pre-booked ticket, saving valuable time. Marvel at panoramic views of the city at dusk, and see landmark monuments such as the Sacre-Coeur, Notre-Dame and River Seine.
Your guide will tell you about the World Fair, held in Paris in 1889, and its most enduring monument. You are then free to choose if you'd like to go to the tower’s top level, where you can spend as much time as you like before descending on your own.
- Direct entrance to the Eiffel Tower's first and second levels
- English-speaking guide
- Optional activity costs
- Access to the Eiffel Tower's summit
Prepare for the activity
The local partner's office at 24 Rue Edgar Faure, Paris 75015. 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 ⟶
- Comfortable shoes
- Weapons or sharp objects
- Luggage or large bags
• Even with direct access, you may have to wait in lines for security and for the elevators. In high season, total wait to access the 2nd floor can be up to 25 minutes.
• For a few days a year, the Eiffel Tower summit or elevators may be closed to the general public due to maintenance or for safety reasons. Apart from possible delays for elevator closures, this will not affect your guided tour, so no refunds or discounts will be given
• It's not possible to predict when the Eiffel Tower will be crowded. In general, long lines are common in the summer, on most weekends, and during peak travel periods throughout the year (e.g. Christmas, Easter, local holidays etc.)
• The tour is not wheelchair accessible and does not include Summit access