The Eiffel Tower is one of the most iconic landmarks in the world, and visiting it can be an unforgettable experience. Here are 10 tips to enhance your visit.
Avoid long waiting times by booking your tickets online ahead of your visit. The official website usually offers the best rates.
Consider visiting during off-peak hours, like early in the morning or later in the evening. Sunset can be a particularly magical time to be atop the tower.
Like many other major attractions, there is a security check before entering the Eiffel Tower. Pack light and avoid bringing prohibited items to speed up the process.
The top of the tower can be windy and chilly, even in the summer. Bring a light jacket or sweater. Wear comfortable shoes as there will be quite a bit of walking and possibly waiting.
Eiffel Tower offers diverse dining options: upscale restaurants on upper floors, charming food stalls on the esplanade. Choose Jules Verne or Madame Brasserie.
Eiffel Tower offers stunning views of Notre Dame, Arc de Triomphe, Louvre, Sacred Heart, Seine River, and Trocadero gardens.
Like many popular tourist destinations, the area around the Eiffel Tower can attract pickpockets. Keep an eye on your belongings, use a money belt or anti-theft bag, and be cautious of any strangers who approach you or invade your personal space.