Visit the 1st and 2nd floor of Eiffel Tower with your prepaid entry tickets and enjoy Paris at night with your illuminations Seine Cruise.
Eiffel Tower tour not only gives you access to the famous Paris
landmark, but also allows you to soar 115 meters (377 ft) high and
enjoy magnificent 360-degree open-air views of Paris and beyond. You
will reach the second floor by elevator passing through the security
Tickets For 2nd Floor Entry And Illuminations Seine Cruise,
you will admire a stunning view on the City of Lights. You can spend
time as much as you want to contemplate all the monuments of the
French capital, Paris: Spot the golden dome of the Invalides where
Napoleon 1st rests, the huge Arc de Triomphe at one end of the Champs
Elysées and the Place de la Concorde at the other end, the tiny
towers of the cathedral Notre Dame, the huge glass ceiling of the
Great Palace, the shiny white facade of the Sacré Cœur... Then you
can walk around the floor to see other known parts of the city such
as La Défense, the business center of Paris on the West or the
Military School on the east.
Eiffel Tower ticket will also grant you access to the first floor of
the Eiffel Tower on your way down. You will find the glass platform
on the first floor where you can walk and watch the people waiting in
the lines on the ground from the highest 57 meters (about 187 feet).
In addition to that free ice skating in the winter and a terrace bar
set up in the summer where you can sip a glass of fresh drink.
you finished the Tower visit, you will voyage on the Seine River in
Paris on this illumination boat tour, pass through the most famous
buildings in Paris and admire beautiful bridges on the River Seine.
You will see Eiffel Tower, Les Invalides, National Assembly, Orsay
Museum, Institute of France, the City of Fashion and Design, City
Hall (Hotel de Ville), Notre Dame de Paris, Conciergerie, the Louvre
Museum, Place de la Concorde, Great Palace, the Palais de Chaillot
and Statue of Liberty.
highlight of the trip will undoubtedly be the sight of the landmarks
in Paris by night lights. These buildings have been located around
the Seine River for years and they are waiting to show their