Eiffel Tower

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Seeing the Eiffel Tower, one of the most iconic sights in the City of Lights, is undoubtedly the most crucial thing tourists should do while in Paris.The iron building has had more than 7 million visitors yearly and more than 250 million visitors since it first opened, making it the most visited landmark in Europe.

  • Meet our Iron Lady here:

Once you face Paris' most famous landmark, you will be astounded by its enormity and magnificence, which may even make you cry. Gustave Eiffel, an architect, constructed the Eiffel Tower in 1888, and has been standing since the Paris World Exhibition in 1889.

The Eiffel Tower is about ten thousand tonnes in weight and is 324 meters tall and 125 meters wide. There are 1665 stairs; if you're bold enough, climb them. However, you can take the elevator as most people do.

  • Ascend the stairs to learn about the building's history:

A guided tour of the Eiffel Tower would undoubtedly be another activity to enjoy while exploring Paris' most recognizable landmark. If not, you may spend some time on the first level taking in an overview of its history through various depictions of the growth of the Eiffel Tower, pictures, engravings, sketches, movies, and interactive activities.

Take time to meander into the metallic core of the tower and consider the magnificent work of iron sculpture and its background.

The expansive view of Paris from the second level is something you don't want to miss:

The Eiffel Tower provides the most singular perspective of the city's significant landmarks of lights from the right bank to the left bank. It truly has a lot of sights and experiences to offer.

  • Appreciate the Eiffel Tower after dark

Some claim that seeing the Eiffel Tower at night is a superb option since you can take in the peaceful environment and amazing illuminations.

The Eiffel Tower is illuminated with thousands of lights after dusk and is open until midnight!

  • Spend a Special Evening on the Eiffel Tower

At the very top of the Eiffel Tower, you may sip champagne if you want a classy experience! For the gourmets among you, there is a restaurant named Restaurant 58 on the first level that offers lunch and supper high in the sky!Le Jules Verne is also another amazing restaurant to enjoy buffets and dinners.

  • Heaven is a noun and verb here

One of the nicest streets in Paris for food shopping is adjacent to the Eiffel Tower. Its name is rue, Cler. Food will call you here drooling:

You may locate the most excellent goods Paris has to offer on this street.

Then you may enjoy the most Parisian evening by taking all of your purchases to the lawns of the Champs de Mars.

  • Relive Your Childhood at the Carousel de Eiffel

Even though carousels are enjoyable worldwide, Paris is home to at least a dozen, if not more. The carousel of the Eiffel, in particular Carousel XI, rotates in a clockwise direction.

It is exquisitely painted in gold, crimson, and blue and contains wooden horses and carriages! Wouldn't it be wonderful to end your day with a thrilling ride on the nearby Carousel de Eiffel? It's the ideal photo opportunity and is also reasonably priced! Additionally, it's lovely for children and possibly even for people on dates!

  • Walk over to Trocadéro

Visit Trocadéro and its gardens if you want to see the Eiffel Tower from a stunning vantage point. The garden, built in 1937, is renowned for its statues, Warsaw Fountain, and centerpiece fountain with 20 water jets.

Some sculptures are pretty well-known and shouldn't be missed, such as the 'Man' by Traverse and the 'Woman' by Bacqué, which stare out over the pools. Your visit will be special thanks to a few eateries and cafés, a media library, and a botanic library/bookshop.

  • Take in the transformative Rodin Gallery

One of the most well-known sculpture museums in Europe is the Rodin Museum, built by Rodin, who is one of the final greats of classical sculpture. It is a poignant experience to encounter Rodin's art for the first time since his work is full of emotion. The Thinker, his best-known work of art, is famous to everyone.

  • Take a boat cruise after buying tickets.

Taking the boat tour is one of the activities near the Eiffel Tower.

Cruises on boats are not a tourist gimmick. One of the finest experiences you'll have while in Paris is to view Notre Dame, the Islands, the bridges, and hundreds of other elements that will make you love Paris even more.

Additionally, you get to remain seated the entire time, so you may take the most outstanding shots of your time in Paris while taking in the Seine River and its sights.

  • Go to the Jacques Chirac Museum at the Quai Branly.

The Quai Branly Museum, founded by former French President Jacques Chirac, is located near the Eiffel. It includes displays of native art, tribal art, and cultural artifacts from Africa, Asia, Oceania, and the Americas.

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    2 hours

Address of Eiffel Tower

5 Avenue, 75007 Paris France

Opening & Closing time of Eiffel Tower

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