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About 130 years ago, to commemorate 100 years of the French Revolution, a competition was organized by the Universal Exposition with the aim to construct a 300-meter-long tower. Out of a massive 107 proposals, Gustave Eiffel’s was the winning one. And the rest, as they say, is history.
Colloquially known today as the ‘Iron Lady’, the Eiffel Tower is a symbol of Parisian culture, economy, and industrial strength. Embedded with about five billion lights, one can see this architectural marvel from every corner of Paris. It’s no surprise that the Eiffel Tower receives a footfall of about 7 million visitors each year, making it the fourth most visited monument in the world.
A visit to the City of Love is incomplete without visiting the Eiffel Tower. With an Eiffel Tower ticket, visitors have access to the first floor, second floor, and the summit, entry to some of the finest restaurants in the city, and unparalleled views of Paris.
A. Yes. You can book your Eiffel Tower tickets online. Stairs access can be booked online or on the spot, while lift access can be only reserved online.
A. There are four basic tickets available: one grants access to the 2nd floor via a lift, the second takes you to the summit via a lift, the third takes you to the 2nd floor via the stairs and the fourth takes you to the summit via stairs to the 2nd floor and then a lift to the top. Additionally, you can choose between a self-guided tour as well as guided tour or combo tour so you can explore more of Paris.
A, The Eiffel Tower ticket price depends on the type of ticket you choose. The ticket prices start at €36 and can go up to €150.
A. Yes. Skip-the-line tickets for Eiffel Tower are available. Purchasing these tickets online is highly recommended to avoid waiting for 30 minutes to 1 hour in line.
A. A skip-the-line ticket with access to the Eiffel Tower summit costs €63. However, choosing a guided tour or a combo ticket with skip-the-line access would be a more budget-friendly option for visiting the Eiffel Tower.
A. Yes, you can get Skip-the-line access with your guided Eiffel Tower tours at the Eiffel Tower. With these tickets, you get hassle-free entry and can go either to the 2nd floor, or right to the summit.
A. A guided tour of the Eiffel Tower can cost you anywhere between €36 to €150, depending on whether you choose tickets with access to the second floor or the summit, take the elevator or stairs to the top and if you decide to pick a combo tour that allows you access to one of the other popular attractions in Paris, such as Disneyland Paris.
A. Yes. By purchasing a ticket to the top of the Eiffel Tower, you can access the first and second floors as well.
A. Depending on the type of ticket you choose, the Eiffel Tower second floor ticket price can be anywhere between €36 to €84.
A. No. Your destination is determined by the ticket you decide to purchase. You will not be able to go to the top of the tower if you have purchased a ticket to the 2nd level. You can upgrade your tickets to include summit access.
A. A Eiffel Tower ticket with access to the summit is priced between €47 to €63.
A. It depends on the Eiffel Tower ticket you choose to book. While some tickets offer a full refund on canceling tickets up to 48-72 hours in advance, for others there may be no refund available on cancelation. Please check before you make your reservation.
A. Yes, lift access is available at the Eiffel Tower. However, lift tickets can only be reserved online and visitors are encouraged to take the stairs over the lift.
A. Yes. You can use the Eiffel Tower stairs to go up to the 2nd floor. One staircase has been designated to go up, while the other is for solely coming back down.
A. Eiffel Tower timings a 9 AM to 12:45 PM (last ascent at 11:45 PM) all days of the week, for both lift and stairs.
A. While the stairs are cheaper, climbing 674 steps to the 2nd level is not an easy task. Depending on your ticket, you can take an elevator to the top. You can climb up the stairs to the 1st and 2nd levels of the Eiffel Tower, or take an elevator directly to the 2nd floor, look around, and then head by elevator to the summit.
A. Admission to the tower, elevator and stairs generally begins from 09:00 AM all year round. From January to June and September to December, the tower is open till 11:00 PM, while from June to September, it is open till midnight.
A. Yes. Wheelchair access is available for visitors up to the 1st and 2nd floors. It is not recommended that visitors with disabilities visit the summit.
A. If you go up to the 2nd level, the visit could take about 1.5 hours, while if you go up to the summit, you could spend about 2.5 hours. Moreover, depending on whether you opt to take the stairs or the elevator, timings may vary.