Individual city tour in a private minivan. Photo stops and short visits at will.
One day in Paris and we will do everything you want: Tours, round trips, excursions or museum visits
A city tour that takes you to the inevitable sights of the capital. Open your eyes wide and enjoy Paris with the sky open!
Extend your "virée" in classic Paris. In addition to the Virée Biuissonnière, your driver will take you to Montmartre on this city tour.
One-hour city tour in the duck through Paris by night - including the most famous sights (Champs Elysées, Notre Dame, Eiffel Tower, ...).
Three-hour city tour in the duck through Paris - ideal to get to know the many facets of the City of Light.
Romantic city tour in a duck through Paris - the ideal opportunity to discover the most beautiful sights of the city, like the Montmatre.
Ride with us on this city tour for a whole day with the duck through Paris and enjoy a delicious, typically French lunch.
Get to know and love Paris in 8 hours. An ideal combination of round trips, walks and sightseeing awaits you. An unforgettable day.
The perfect combination of the highlights of the "City of Love" - first a city tour, then an ascent to the 2nd floor of the Eiffel Tower.
Discover Paris at your own pace. With this ticket you have one day to explore all the highlights of the "city of love" on a city tour
Enjoy a delicious dinner at the "58 Tour Eiffel", the restaurant of the Eiffel Tower and then experience Paris by night on a boat tour.
First dinner in the Eiffel Tower, then a boat trip across the Seine and afterwards a show in the Lido - the perfect evening in Paris!
This bike and boat tour is the best opportunity to experience the "City of Lights" at night. Admire the illuminated sights.
Discover Paris in a relaxed manner on a three-hour Segway tour. See all the famous sights and streets of the city.
The best time to visit the Eiffel Tower is on days with bright sunshine and a clear view of Paris. But also on rainy days, the visit of the Tour de Eiffel is an absolute must. As Paris is a very popular holiday destination, it is worth planning ahead. Book your Eiffel Tower tickets online without queuing. If you do not want to buy the tickets in advance, you have to take into account the waiting time of often two hours when planning your trip. The Eiffel Tower at night is a very special experience. Opening hours:
|June - September||October - May|
|Mon - Sun||9:00 - 24:00||09:30 - 23:00|
There are several ways to visit the Eiffel Tower. No matter which ticket you finally decide on, book it online. On site it is almost impossible to get tickets for the desired time. Spontaneously you have to plan with a waiting time of two hours. Eiffel Tower tickets with skip-the-line access can be purchased online in advance. If you buy your tickets online, you book the admission for a certain time. The cheapest Eiffel Tower ticket is only available at the local box office. With this ticket you have access to the 1st and 2nd floors of the Eiffel Tower, but you must take the stairs and may not use the elevator. A little more expensive are the tickets including the ride with the elevator up to the 2nd floor. If you want to take the lift to the viewing platform at the top, you have to pay a further surcharge on the cheapest price. By the way, children under the age of four get free admission. A standard ticket to the top costs 15,50€. But consider the waiting time.
If you would like to combine the beautiful view over the whole of Paris with a visit to the Eiffel Tower, you should visit one of the restaurants on the different floors of the Paris landmark. On the 1st floor is the restaurant 58 Tour Eiffel. In the restaurant with an incredible view you can eat à la carte. You can enjoy the starred restaurant Jules Verne on the 2nd floor of the Eiffel Tower, while a champagne bar awaits you on the 3rd floor. If you would like to be spoilt culinary in one of the restaurants, you should book early. Those who reserve a table in one of the restaurants of the Eiffel Tower will have the ticket to the Eiffel Tower included. Waiting times at the cash desks are also irrelevant for you. On the two lower viewing platforms on floors 1 and 2, there are also snack bars for the small purse.
When visiting the Tour de Eiffel, there are a few rules that must be observed: - Glass bottles, bulky luggage, large quantities of food and drink, explosive materials or weapons may not be brought along - Parachutes and climbing equipment are also not allowed - Do not climb over any barriers, do not walk barefoot and do not carry your child on your shoulders - Roller skating is prohibited
If you have purchased your tickets online, you save the annoying waiting time in front of the Eiffel Tower ticket offices. Without waiting time you can plan one or two hours for the visit. If you want to climb the tower on foot and do not want to use the lift, you will have to allow for more time. There is no time limit for the length of your stay. With your tickets you can stay on the viewing platforms as you wish. If you would also like to visit one of the restaurants of the Eiffel Tower, you will have to consider this individually. A small tip: there are well-timed tours through Paris offered, where besides a tour of the Seine or a round trip, the tickets for the visit of the Eiffel Tower are already included.
The Eiffel Tower is probably the most famous landmark of the city of Paris and Parisians. It is located in the 7th arrondissement, at the end of the Mars field (Champ de Mars). Like many sights in Paris, it is located on the banks of the Seine and can be reached most quickly by public transport. You have the choice between the metro lines M6 (exit: Bir-Hakeim), M8 or M10 (exit: La Motte-Picqet-Grevelle) or the RER line C (exit: Champs de Mars -Tour Eiffel). The M6 line and the RER will bring you very close to the Eiffel Tower. By the way, it is also possible to get there by one of the sightseeing boats.
The Eiffel Tower is not only the highest building, but also the most famous Parisian landmark. Surprise is, it is not the most visited sight in Paris. Hold this record, the Notre-Dame Cathedral (14 million visitors), Sacré Coeur (10 million) and the Louvre (9 million). With approximately 7 million visitors per year, the Eiffel Tower is only on place 4, what else should be known about the Tour de Eiffel?
The Eiffel Tower is 324 metres high and has three floors from which you can enjoy a view of the "City of Love". The tower was built from 1887 to 1889, as the entrance gate to the world exhibition on the 100th anniversary of the French Revolution. Until 1930 it was the highest building in the world. Exactly 1665 steps led to the 3rd floor of the tower. Today, however, the top can only be reached by elevator. Up to 5,000 people can visit the Eiffel Tower at the same time, and yet many of them sell out quickly.
Gustave Eiffel was the architect of the "Tour de Eiffel" and lived from 1832 to 1923, the design of the Eiffel Tower is one of the most creative and at the same time best thought out works in the history of architecture. Due to its pointed construction and the use of solid steel, the Eiffel Tower can withstand even the strongest storms. In a hurricane with wind speeds of up to 240 km/h, the top of the tower has already swung 13 centimetres, but Gustav Eiffel designed the steel colossus in such a way that even fluctuations of up to 70 centimetres cannot harm it.
Not quite. For private purposes you can take as many photos of the Eiffel Tower as you like. Also pictures taken during the day can be published. However, photos of the glowing Eiffel Tower at night are protected by copyright and may only be published for a fee. Important for you: Publication in social networks is also subject to fees and violation can be punished with a fine.
In fact, after its opening in 1889, the Eiffel Tower was only supposed to stand on the banks of the Seine for about 20 years. Since the tower was also used as a transmission tower for radio and television shortly after its opening, the license agreements could be renegotiated and the tower was allowed to stay. The Eiffel Tower was also almost destroyed in the Second World War. It is only because a brave officer refused the order to destroy the landmark that the "Tour de Eiffel" still shines in all its glory today.
Every day, after dusk, the Eifel Tower sparkles every full hour, for about five minutes. This spectacle is created by 20 000 small lights and requires about 40 km of power cable. However, at 1:00 a.m. the sparkle goes out to allow the residents to get their sleep. By the way, the spectacle is especially beautiful during a Boat trip on the Seine.