Experience the fascinating views of the Eiffel Tower, either from the second floor or the summit along with an English-speaking guide. Then, with your open tickets, visit the Arc de Triomphe and take a 1-hour Seine River cruise any time you like.
See the best of Paris with this package; a guided Eiffel Tower tour and the Arc de Triomphe in addition to a river cruise.
As soon as you book, download your voucher on your mobile phone to show our staff at the meeting point. Start with your 1-hours Eiffel Tower visit with your guide about the historical monuments.
Meet your guide at the meeting point on the given time on your voucher. Then head up to the 2nd floor with your guide while listening to facts about the tower. Take in perspectives of all the famous monuments that can be seen from the Eiffel Tower, including the golden dome of the Hôtel des Invalides and Notre-Dame. At the end of the second-floor tour, the guide will tell you about the other floors. Your ticket presents your access to the first, second and summit floors as well.
If you choose the summit option, ascend even higher to discover the whole city and off that activity from your bucket list.
After the guided Eiffel Tower tour: Discover Paris in a different way on this Seine River Cruise tour.
Once onboard, you’ll enjoy a 1-hour cruise down the Seine River admiring the UNESCO-indexed riverbanks and Parisian landmarks consisting of the Eiffel Tower, Les Invalides, the Louvre Museum, the Orsay Museum, Notre-Dame de Paris, and a number of monumental bridges. See houseboats and floating eating place as you float along under the bridges throughout the Seine River, adding to the charming ecosystem of this very unique city. You can get any boat in the course of the working hours of the company.
You’ll also acquire to visit the Arc de Triomphe, a neoclassical monument built within the historic Roman style. Located at the center of the city, the view from the top is sincerely well worth it—see the streets radiate out from this middle point in a star-fashioned pattern. At the base, visit the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, which will pay tribute to the 1 million French infantrymen who died at some point of the First World War. Observe the everlasting flame being lit at 6:30 PM each night and wander the exhibition that explains the symbolic importance of this monument.