Champ de Mars, 5 Avenue Anatole France, 75007 Paris, Francia
Paris is the most populated city in France and one of the most important economic centres in Europe, it is also considered the most popular tourist destination in the world, in part, because of the Eiffel Tower.
If you have decided to spend a few days in "the city of light", visiting this French icon will be very comfortable for you. Get your tickets for the Eiffel Tower quickly and cheaply thanks to us.
The Eiffel Tower is the symbol par excellence of Paris. It was built exclusively because of the Universal Exhibition of 1889.
Although at that time the tower did not have public approval and it was thought to demolish it after the Exhibition. Fortunately for all of us, this never happened and now this tower of more than 300 meters, built entirely of iron, is one of the most aesthetically appreciated and most visited monuments in the world.
The Eiffel Tower offers visitors, in addition to the unique experience of unforgettable views, a varied French cuisine ranging from typical snacks to the tasting of French haute cuisine.
Located on the banks of the River Seine, in the Field of Mars, the Eiffel Tower has served as inspiration for innumerable stories and conveys a charm that must be felt in the first person.
You can visit the Eiffel Tower every day of the year at the following times:
If you want to buy tickets for the Eiffel Tower we help you to get it.
The price varies depending on whether you access the 2nd floor or the top.
It is very important that you print the voucher in order to access it.
* The price shown includes the order processing costs of Tictactickets. Once the tickets have been purchased, the date and time will not be changed and the amount will not be returned under any circumstance.
* Tickets are subject to availability, we will send the tickets of the available schedules and always on the same day.
*The requests of a refund are accepted within a maximum of 30 days after the date of the visit.
Metro: 6 (Bir-Hakeim, Trocadéro), 8 (Ecole Militaire)
Bus: 22, 30, 32, 42, 63, 69, 72, 80, 82, 87
Knowing in advance everything you can find in this place is essential when taking advantage of your tickets to the Eiffel Tower, the building has 3 floors (first, second and top) and a ground floor with relevant information for the visitor.
This ground floor is totally oriented to tourist information, in it we can find the Group Counter, which informs the organizers about dates and times of visits for them and the Visitor Information Point.
Likewise, on this floor, we have souvenir shops, buffets to take something fast, and an ATM service that recognizes the most used international cards.
The first floor is a delight for all the senses, highlights the transparent floor, where you can see everything that happens at the foot of the tower, with a very exciting feeling of emptiness. In addition, on the walls there are spectacles to display projections of the Tower together with screens, showcases, tactile floors, activities for children ... all this to learn about the Eiffel Tower in a playful and interactive way.
On this floor, we find a relaxing spot on our busy schedule. The first floor has a relaxation space and the well-known "Restaurant 58 Tour Eiffel".
Finally, you can see a fragment of 4 meters high, the original spiral stair. This stair was used by Gustave Eiffel himself to get to his office.
On the second floor, we have an amazing panoramic 360, which will allow you to observe Paris from a unique perspective. An ideal place for lovers of photography.
On the other hand, it has the "Restaurant Jules Verne", specialized in modern French gastronomy in a very exclusive environment.
We arrived at the last section of the Tower, one of the most special for having a recreation of the office of Gustave Eiffel and it is the ideal time to have a glass of champagne in the "Bar à Champagne" while enjoying stunning views of Paris and its monuments.
The most elegant way to conclude our visit to the magnificent Eiffel Tower.
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