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Guided Climb of the Eiffel Tower with Optional Summit Access

Highlights
  • Beat the Eiffel Tower elevator queues, and reach the viewing platforms faster by the stairs
  • Panoramic views over city attractions including the Arc de Triomphe and Notre Dame Cathedral
  • Entrance fees included, with optional summit access upgrade 
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Guided Climb of the Eiffel Tower with Optional Summit Access
From US$40,30
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8:30pm Dusk Tour
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Overview
The Eiffel Tower is widely considered the very symbol of Paris, and the city’s most-treasured landmark. On this small-group guided tour—limited to 15 people—beat the elevator queues and take the stairs to the second viewing platform, with entrance fees included. Enjoy sweeping views over sites including the Arc de Triomphe and the Champs-Élysées, and upgrade to take the lift to the summit.
What to Expect
Make your way to the foot of the Eiffel Tower at your chosen morning start time, then meet your guide to begin your climb. Widely considered among Paris’ top attractions, the Eiffel Tower boasts some of the city’s finest views.

Head up the 30 flights of staircases toward the top of the Eiffel Tower and listen as your guide sheds light on the life and times of Gustave Eiffel, the tower’s architect. The higher you climb, the better the views become—so the effort is well-rewarded!

Stop at both the first-floor and second-floor viewing decks, and take a circular walk around the platforms. Along the way, gaze out over top attractions including the Louvre Museum, Notre Dame Cathedral, and the Sacré-Coeur Basilica as your guide brings the tower’s history to life.

Upgrade your tour to continue upward to the summit of the Eiffel Tower independently, and enjoy the farthest-reaching views the tower has to offer. See Gustave Eiffel’s office—restored to its original condition—and perhaps savor a glass of bubbling Champagne in the summit bar (own expense).

Afterward, take the elevator all the way to street level to conclude your tower visit.
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile
C'est Bon! Thank you Maria.

Very knowledgeable! Very understanding of others having different paces getting to the 2nd floor. Well worth taking this! Highly recommended. If you are arriving over the next few months then please do not use Satnav as it will take you to the wrong places due...More

1  Thank Ketul P
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
David was GREAT!!!

Despite the cold, wind and rain we had a fantastic time. David was our guide and he had tons of knowledge to share with us about the tower and various places all around Paris. He was funny and made us feel comfortable despite the discomfort...More

Thank Pamela M
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Our Guide Monika knows how to make it fun !

My boyfriend and I spent a wonderful morning on the Eiffel Tower. The Guide Monika Les was very professionnal, she has a lot of knowledge but she was also very friendly as she took care of her guests from the beginning, she welcomed us with...More

Thank lilivandenberg
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Breathtaking Views & Exert Guidance

Having pre-booked our Eiffel Tower experience, we arrived in a timely fashion for our 0915 meet time at the bottom of the south leg. We paid an extra 10E upon setting off so that we could go straight up the summit lift when we reached...More

1  Thank AARON H
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Guided Tour of the Eiffel Tower

Remi was our tour guide and a marvelous one at that! He was very informaitve about the the history behind the tower, Gustave Eiffel, and the construction of the tower, and told a number of intriguing anecdotal accounts concerning the tower. He was solicitous of...More

1  Thank Mary H
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Trey C
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You can’t buy tickets once you’ve entered the climb of the tower, however at the bottom there’s a ticket office where you will be able too
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