Eiffel Tower Tickets & Tours let's you experience the iconic attraction. Nowadays it’s hard to believe that this iconic Parisian site was initially built as a temporary exhibit for the 1889 World Fair. Soon stealing the hearts of many, it’s popularity among the people ensured its place in the city of love of Paris. It was here to stay. Visit to one of the world’s most romantic and elegant monuments which took its name from the designer and constructer of the build, Gustave Eiffel. At 320 meters tall, this iron lattice tower served as the world’s tallest building for 41 years, toppled off leading place by the coming of New York’s Chrysler Building in 1930. Long surpassed in height, it still remains one of the world’s most magical buildings. A living example of humanity's epic achievements, the range of Eiffel Tower Skip The Line Tickets for the top of the tower online deals offered, continues to attract travelers and locals to its pedestal year after year.
Think ahead. Queues for this top tower are notoriously long. Save yourself hassle and time and pre-book your tickets with guided tour to ensure a delightful visit.
Get stepping. Take the stairs on your tour to avoid lengthy lift cues. As well as getting fitter, you can stop at any point in your ascent to take in the sights from many amazing different angles.
Bring a hat and gloves. The weather on the ground will be a whole lot warmer than at the top of the tower, so don’t forget to rug up to keep the chill and wind at bay.
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Best time to visit
The Eiffel Tower is open 365 days a year, usually from 9.30 am to 11 pm. In the summer months - mid-June to early September - opening hours extend from 9 am to midnight. When it comes to visiting here, the age-old trick of arriving before the gates open may not be your best bet for crowd avoidance, as many minds think alike. Crowds usually diminish at mealtimes or late at night after the coaches organized for many of the pre-booked tours have left, and a significant drop in the winter months, too.
If you’re taking the metro, the closest stop to the Eiffel Tower is Bir Hakeim. For grander views, alight at the Trocadéro stop. It’s slightly further, but the views from Trocadéro make a breathtaking beginning to your experience.
If you’re coming by train, hop-off at the Champ de Mars-Tour Eiffel station.
Money saving tips
Strapped for cash? Don’t fret, a visit to the Eiffel tower will set you back just €7 for adults - depending on your ticket choice - while children under four go free! For a truly unforgettable experience, we recommend booking one of our isango! tickets offer two-in-one deals, combination packages, and exclusive tower tours for budget-friendly prices.
Did you know?
Impress your fellow travelers with these interesting titbits about the Eiffel Tower
It expands bigger and smaller depending on the weather. During the heat of summer, the tower grows by six inches, shrinking again in the cold.
Over the years, a number of aviators have flown an aircraft under the tower’s arches. In 1926, pilot Leon Collet was killed after a failed attempt.
In 1944, as the Allies approached Paris, Hitler ordered his military to demolish the tower. Dietrich von Choltitz, Hitler’s military governor for Paris, refused.