Visiting the Eiffel Tower in Paris

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Complete Guide for Travelers

Visiting Tips

Plan ahead, book tickets, choose a convenient time. Consider guided tours. Book in advance for the top, use "no queues" option. Children's play areas available. Safety first.

Visiting Hours of the Eiffel Tower

Mid-June to early September: 9 a.m. to midnight. Rest of year: 9.30 a.m. to 11 p.m., extended until midnight on weekends.

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Ticket Reservation and Pricing

Book Eiffel Tower tickets in advance through official or authorized websites. Prices vary based on season and visit type.

Tours, Guided Tour or Free Audioguide

Download the audio guide from the tower's QR code. Follow the route: gardens, esplanade, and different floors. 

The best metro stop is Trocadero

Start your journey at Trocadéro stop on metro line 9 for the best views of the Eiffel Tower

How to Get to the Eiffel Tower

RER (suburban train)

Line C (Versailles / Saint Quentin en Yvelines – Anthony / Massy – Palaiseau: stop Champ de Mars – Tour Eiffel)

By bus

The following bus stops—82 (Eiffel/Montessuy), 30 (Eiffel), 86 (Champ de Mars)—are just a few minutes' walk from the Eiffel Tower.

Visit the Eiffel Tower by Day and by Night

Day or night, the Eiffel Tower offers captivating experiences. Marvel at panoramic views, architectural details, and illuminated beauty reflected in the Seine.

Visit the Gardens of the Eiffel Tower

Eiffel Tower gardens provide a tranquil oasis in bustling Paris. Relax amidst lush vegetation, colorful flowers, and green spaces. Perfect starting point for your visit.

Dinner at the Eiffel Tower

Eiffel Tower offers diverse dining options: upscale restaurants on upper floors, charming food stalls on the esplanade. Choose Jules Verne or Madame Brasserie.

Views from the Eiffel Tower

Eiffel Tower offers stunning views of Notre Dame, Arc de Triomphe, Louvre, Sacred Heart, Seine River, and Trocadero gardens.

Seine River Cruises

Options include sightseeing, romantic dinners, and even priority access to the Eiffel Tower.

Other Activities  Near The Eiffel Tower

Visit to the Arc de Triomphe

Explore the impressive Arc de Triomphe for stunning city views and photo opportunities. Take caution when capturing pictures in the street.

A Visit To The Trocadero Gardens

Trocadero Gardens provide stunning views and a serene setting to relax and admire the scenery.

How High and Many Steps Does Eiffel Tower Have?

The tower stands at 324 meters tall, including the antenna. With 1665 steps, consider the elevator.

About the Eiffel Tower

The Creation Of The Tower

Built by Alexandre Gustave Eiffel's company for the 1889 Universal Exposition. Construction took two years, two months, and five days.

The Tower Controversy

Some Parisians once viewed it as an eyesore. Over 300 artists and writers even signed a petition against it. 

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