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At 324 meters high, the Eiffel Tower is one of the most emblematic monuments in France and the most visited paying monument in the world with 7 million tourists visiting it every year.
But did you know? If Gustave Eiffel’s grandfather had not, at the beginning of the 18th century, changed his name to the Eiffel region, the famous tower could have been called the Boenickhausen tower.
Meet your guide by the Eiffel Tower, 15 avenue de la Bourdonnais.
Thanks to a skip-the-line and your guide, dive into the history of this symbol of Paris. After a presentation of the Eiffel Tower and its origins, your guide will tell you some of the lesser-known details of this prestigious building while providing easy access to the first, second and third floors of the Eiffel Tower.
We will take the elevator (or the stairs, depending on your wishes!) to the second floor, at a height of 115 meters. We will admire the breathtaking view that is offered to us, a 360° panorama that allows us to see the highlights of Paris: the Sacré-Coeur on the Montmartre hill, the Invalides with its golden dome, the Montparnasse Tower, the Arc de Triomphe…
If 115 meters are not enough for you, we will go up on the upper platform to take another elevator, smaller this time, and which will take us to the last floor of the Eiffel Tower. We will then discover a unique panorama, at the highest point of Paris and where the view is, again, breathtaking.
Once the visit to the top and the second floor is over, we will be able to stop on our way down to the first floor, where we will be able to walk on the famous glass floor that allows us to see the vaulted structure of the Eiffel Tower.