Explore the Eiffel Tower skipping the line and reaching the second and top floor while your private guide reveals the history and fun facts about this iconic Parisian monument!
-Enjoy a 3-hour tour of the Eiffel Tower with your private guide
-Skip the line to gain instant access
-Amaze yourself with the stunning view in the second and summit floor
-Keep your kids engaged with a special kid-friendly activity
Ohlala! Without it, Paris would certainly not be Paris right? Discover this city landmark in the best possible way with a private tour of the Eiffel tower with our expert guide who will reveal all the history and secrets of the world's favorite monument. Also known as the Iron Lady, the tower was a provisional construction for the World's Fair in 1889 by Gustave Eiffel that was built to commemorate the French Revolution and France's industrial might. It was supposed to last 20 years, but it finally remained untouched and even served as a wireless telegraph transmitter.
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Skip the lines and take the stairs to make your way up or take the updated versions of the hydraulic lifts created by the Eiffel team to the second floor and enjoy the interesting activities here. Test your courage by walking on the glass floor! Then get an eye tour from above Paris with your feet far from the ground as your guide tells you about monuments and districts of Paris. You will then take a lift up to the summit to see Gustave Eiffel’s office and admire the city from above with one of the most spectacular views.
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-Meet at the bottom of the Eiffel Tower
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