Get a panoramic peek at Paris from the top of the Eiffel Tower. And with the Arc de Triomphe visit explore neoclassical interpretation of the ancient Roman style.
As soon as you book, download your voucher on
your mobile phone to show our staff at the meeting point.
Your tickets will be given to you at a
location close to the Eiffel Tower that will be described on your voucher. A
guide will be waiting to provide you the tickets and useful information, then
will be leading you to the Eiffel Tower. S/He will make sure you pass the
security checks and will get you inside the proper entrance. The guide will
answer all your questions before leaving you to visit the Eiffel Tower on your
own. Then start to visit 1st and 2nd and 3rd floors.
Here you are on the Eiffel Tower. You can now
enjoy splendid view and landmarks of Paris from
the Iron Lady. Contrary to accompanied tours, you don't have limited
time with our tickets. You can stay as long as you desire.
Enjoy a nice elevator ride during which you
will see the buildings around the Eiffel Tower getting smaller and smaller.
Go up on the second floor and experience a
stunning view on the City of Lights. Spend as much time as you like to search
for all the monuments of the French Capital : 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 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.
Your second floor and top floor entrance ticket will also grant you access to the first
floor of the Eiffel Tower on your way down. The first floor is where you will
find the glass floor, a transparent floor for you to walk on and watch people
waiting in lines 57 meters (about 187 feet) under you ! You will also find a
small museum about the Eiffel Tower and depending on the season either a
terrace in the summer or a free ice
skating ring in the winter.
At the Arc
de Triomphe, pass the long lines and head immediately to the top of the
monument to appreciate iconic perspectives of the Champs-Elysées. Climb to a
height of 50 meters to reach the viewing platform for perspectives of the
encompassing streets that will make the 284-step climb worthwhile. You may also
witness the lights of the everlasting flame every night time at 6:30 pm or
visit the tomb of the Unknown Soldier at the foot of the monument.
viewpoint. From the top of the panoramic terrace, your eyes sweep over the
whole of Paris.
revisited Antiquity. Architect Jean-François Chalgrin was inspired by the Roman
Arch of Titus in a single arch, but went beyond it by exceptional dimensions
(about 50 m high, 45 m long and 22 m wide) and abandoning columns.
A key place
of major national events. Wanted by Napoleon in 1806, the Arc de Triomphe was
inaugurated in 1836 by French king, Louis-Philippe, who dedicated it to the
armies of the Revolution and the Empire. The Unknown Soldier was buried at the
base of the arch in 1921. The flame of remembrance is rekindled every day at