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Skip the Line Eiffel Tower Summit Tickets With Optional Seine River Cruise

Skip the Line• 2.5 Hour Guided Tour• Mobile Tickets• Flexible Cancellation
  • Situated 115 meters, the Eiffel Tower’s 2nd floor is home to Paris’ most famous observation deck , offering unobstructed views of the City of Lights in its complete glory.

  • Enjoy your time on the Eiffel Tower’s 2nd Floor with interesting commentary from your English speaking guide before he bids you goodbye you at the glass elevator leading to the Eiffel Tower Summit.

  • Whizz to a whopping 276 meters and step foot on the Eiffel Tower’s Summit. Enjoy stellar views of all the neighbouring Parisian landmarks from the crown of the Eiffel.

  • On your way down, make your way to the 1st floor of the Eiffel Tower and walk across the glass floor of the largest level of the tower.

  • Children aged 3 and below do not require a ticket.

  • These tickets cannot be cancelled, rescheduled or refunded.

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Skip The Line Eiffel Tower Second Floor Tickets With Optional Seine River Cruise

Skip the Line• 1.5 Hour Guided Tour• Mobile Tickets
  • Situated 115 meters, the Eiffel Tower’s 2nd floor is home to Paris’ most famous observation deck , offering unobstructed views of neighboring Parisian attractions like the Seine River, Montmartre, the Louvre, the Grand Palace, Notre Dame, Champs Elysees and more.

  • On this 1.5 hour guided tour with your English-speaking guide, skip the tediously long queues and get a chance to explore the Eiffel Tower like never before.

  • On your way down, stop at the first floor of the Eiffel and take a stroll on the transparent glass floor, an experience out of the ordinary!

  • Round off your Parisian affair with a Bateaux Parisiens Seine River Cruise and take in the beauty of Paris from the waters, anytime within 6 months from your purchase.

  • Children aged 3 and below do not require a ticket.

  • These tickets cannot be cancelled, rescheduled or refunded.

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Eiffel Tower Climbing Experience with Optional Summit

1.5 - 2 Hour Guided Tour• Mobile Tickets• Flexible Cancellation
  • Challenge yourself and join this climbing experience to the 2nd floor of the Eiffel Tower over the course of almost 2 hours; or upgrade for the Summit Level with Elevator (Optional).

  • Conquer the stride with your professional guide and uncover, step by step, the history of the tower and the sights around you. On your way down, stop at the first floor of the Eiffel and take a stroll on the famous glass floor, allowing you to truly step out of the ordinary.

  • Please note that depending upon your date and time of visit there maybe a waiting time ranging between 20 to 90 minutes in the queues before beginning your climb up the Eiffel Tower.

  • Infants aged 3 and below do not require a ticket. Children aged 4 to 11 yrs enjoy reduced ticket prices.

  • These tickets can be canceled up to 72 hours in advance for a full refund.

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Skip the Line Eiffel Tower Entry with Audioguide

Skip the Line• Audio Guide• Mobile Tickets• Flexible Cancellation
  • Immerse yourself in the history of the Eiffel Tower’s and learn all about this architectural marvel from your audio-guide available in 10 languages (English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Chinese, Portugese, Russian, and Korean).
  • Skip the ticket queues and take the elevator to the 1st floor of the Eiffel Tower where you get a chance to walk across transparent glass floors and see Paris sprawl out from under you.
  • The second floor awaits at a dizzying height of 115 meters and even better panoramas of the city, bound to make you fall in love with the City of Lights.
  • Feel free to spend as much time as you’d like on both floors of the Eiffel Tower while your audio guide keeps you company with information that no article or book has ever relayed!
  • Infants aged 3 and below do not require a ticket. Children aged 4 to 11 yrs enjoy reduced ticket prices.
  • These tickets can be canceled up to 72 hours in advance for a full refund.
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Eiffel Tower: Morning Access Guided Tour with Summit Option

1.5 - 2 Hour Guided Tour• Mobile Tickets• Flexible Cancellation
  • Catch the Eiffel Tower in its morning glory, quiet and less crowded with these tickets that give you privileged access at 8:45 AM.
  • Make your way to the second floor in the company of your english speaking guide and witness the magnificence of the Arc de Triomphe, Seine River, Montmartre district, Champs Elysees, the Louvre and all of Paris basking in the soft morning light.
  • Learn interesting trivia about the Eiffel Tower - its original color, architectural challenges and about individuals who have performed daredevil stunts and etched their names into history.
  • If you’d like to conquer the Eiffel Tower Summit (Optional) there’s no better time. Reach the Summit via lift and consume and contemplate the beauty of Paris from atop the Eiffel before the crowd kicks in.
  • Infants aged 3 and below do not require a ticket. Children aged 4 to 11 yrs enjoy reduced ticket prices.
  • These tickets can be canceled up to 24 hours in advance for a full refund.
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Eiffel Tower Morning Guided Visit with Breakfast

Guided Tour• Mobile Tickets• 72 Hour Cancellation• Breakfast
  • Visit the Eiffel Tower early in the morning on a guided tour and avoid the long queues that form in the daytime and evening hours.
  • Savour a delicious French Breakfast before you begin your ascent of the Eiffel Tower, for the perfect start to your tour.
  • Admire the stunning views of Paris from the summit of the Tower, the highest observation point in all of Europe.
  • Feel free to spend as much time as you’d like on both floors of the Eiffel Tower.
  • Infants aged 3 and below do not require a ticket.
  • These tickets can be canceled up to 72 hours in advance for a full refund.
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Paris In A Day: Eiffel Tower, City Tour & Seine Cruise

Skip the Line• 4 Hour Guided Tour• Optional Lunch at Eiffel Tower• Mobile Tickets
  • Make the most of your visit to Paris on this comprehensive 4 hour tour, giving you the best of what the French capital has to offer.
  • Kick-start your exploration with a wholesome city tour in a comfortable AC coach, fully equipped with a multilingual audioguide, giving you an immersive commentary while you pass by some of the most emblematic monuments of Paris.
  • Follow it up with an unforgettable 60-minute Seine River Cruise and enjoy a distinctive sightseeing experience from a unique vantage point.
  • Finally, visit the most iconic attraction of Paris, the Eiffel Tower with Skip the Line tickets to the 2nd floor where you will witness stunning views of the city.
  • Experience the splendor of Paris at night by picking the ‘Paris by Night’ option and touring the City of Lights after sunset!
  • Infants aged 2 and below do not require a ticket. Children aged 3 to 11 yrs enjoy reduced ticket prices.
  • These tickets cannot be canceled, amended or rescheduled.
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Skip the Line Eiffel Tower After Dark with Champagne River Cruise

Skip the Line + Guided Tour + Audio Guide• 2.5 Hour Tour• Mobile Tickets• Flexible Cancellation
  • Breeze through long queues with your skip the line tickets to peer over and beyond the rooftops of Paris, with your local English guide accompanying you every stride of the way.
  • Marvel at the city blossom and bathed in light under the night sky from the 2nd level of the Eiffel Tower.
  • With the night still young, hop aboard a luxurious cruise and sip on your complimentary champagne while cruising through the waters of the River Seine.
  • Feast your eyes on famous landmarks like the Louvre, Musee d’Orsay, Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame and more with your audio guide detailing stories that enhances your experience further.
  • Infants aged 2 and below do not require a ticket. Children aged 3 to 11 yrs enjoy reduced ticket prices.
  • These tickets can be canceled up to 72 hours in advance for a full refund.
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Why Visit The Eiffel Tower

To date, over 250 million people have visited the EIffel Tower and it receives an average of 7 million visitors every year. The Tower consists of three levels open to the public, with each having its own charm. Standing tall and proud, the Eiffel Tower continues to wow millions and is often the site for many a romantic proposal.

While many travel purists, bloggers, and others do not recommend visiting the Eiffel Tower for being too “Mainstream”, the historical and cultural importance of the monument are reason enough are reason enough for you to think otherwise. The Tower has gone on to become a symbol of love. The open-air observation decks, panoramic views of Paris, and other countless reasons make this a worthwhile visit. “Touristy” or not, the Eiffel Tower is a must-do the next time you’re in Paris.

Getting To The Eiffel Tower

1. Book Eiffel Tower Tickets In Advance

Eiffel Tower tickets sell out months in advance, so it if you plan on going all the way upto the summit, make sure you purchase your tickets online, in advance. This way, you spend queue time only for security, after which you can glide through easily; all the way atop.

2. Take The Eiffel Tower Steps

The Eiffel Tower step tickets are cheaper and more easily available, though they are a steep task. However, if you’re up for trodding up the Eiffel Tower, why not? There are 330 steps to the first level and 339 steps to the second level. This way you can experience the charm of Eiffel Tower with every step. You can choose to book even these tickets in advance to avoid the ticket line. Moreover, if you’re tired after reaching the first level, you can even take the elevator to the second level, and then walk down to the first level.

3. Have A Meal At The Eiffel Tower

There are two dining outlets in the Eiffel Tower - 58 Tour Eiffel on the first level, and Le Jules Verne on the second floor (only dinner). If you choose to have a meal at either of these restaurants, you can enter the tower through a separate entrance, away from the crowd.

4. Eiffel Tower At Night

While the waiting lines for the Eiffel Tower during the day are painstakingly long , the queues are lesser by night. With tourists and families thronging the lines, it’s easier and better sedate to see the tower at night. The Eiffel Tower closes late in the night, so you can go all the way to the summit and experience the City of Lights in its true glory.