Eiffel tower: Flexible as per availability.
Pantheon: April to June: 10am to 6:30pm, June to Sept: 10:45am to 7pm, October to March: 10am to 6pm .
River Cruise: From April to September: Come at the time of your choice from 10 am to 10 pm, every 30 minutes (except 1 pm and 7.30 pm: no departure - last departure at 10.30 pm subject to a minimum number of participants). Weekends and weekdays in June, July and August: from 10 am to 11 pm. On July 14, due to the festivities, the last sightseeing cruise departure will take place at 3 pm.
Eiffel Tower : Make your way to Le Champ de Mars Café, 45 Avenue de la Bourdonnais, Paris
Pantheon: Make your way to Place du Panthéon, 75005 Paris, France
River cruise: Port de la Bourdonnais 75507. Pier Number 3 (right at the foot of the Eiffel Tower)
Same as the start point
Enjoy 3 absolute must-dos when in Paris! Visit Eiffel Tower’s summit, see the Pantheon and enjoy a leisurely Seine cruise.
Eiffel Tower Summit:
A guide will meet you at the meeting point to provide necessary information and your tickets. One you’re taken to the Eiffel Tower, he/she’ll make sure that you make it through the security checks. You’ll be visiting all the 3 floors of the Eiffel Tower by yourself.
Enjoy stunning views of the city from the Eiffel Tower. Your second floor and top floor entrance ticket also includes access to the first floor of the Eiffel Tower on your way down. The first floor is where you will find the glass floor, a transparent floor for you to walk on and watch people waiting in lines 57 meters (about 187 feet) under you!
Visit one of Rome’s most striking monuments, the Pantheon, dating back to 1790. The mausoleum houses the remains of some of France's most revered artists and writers, among them Rousseau, Voltaire, Zola, and Dumas.
The neoclassical style of architecture blended with gothic designs makes this attraction a must-do.
See the tombs of the people who played a crucial role in shaping the national identity of France. The Pantheon was once the royal dwelling of the French monarchy and functioned as a jail through the French Revolution.
Enjoy a 1-hour cruise on a modern, panoramic boat with an exterior viewing platform and explore Paris from the Seine River. Admire the UNESCO-listed riverbanks and iconic attractions like the Eiffel Tower, Les Invalides, the Louvre Museum, the Orsay Museum, Notre-Dame de Paris, and the monumental bridges.
Learn more about the monuments you see in the language of your choice on audio guide, available on the boat.
Voucher information: You can show your voucher on your smartphone (But if you’d rather print a copy – that’s fine too!)
The confirmation voucher includes the local activity operator’s contact details. They’re a nice bunch, and will happily answer any logistical questions you may have. Please give them a call at least 24 hours before your organised activity to reconfirm.
The voucher is not an entrance ticket, you have to collect your ticket/tickets at the meeting point.
The meeting point address is just right outside the Eiffel Tower. Please do not go directly to the Eiffel Tower.
All customers must be present when receiving the tickets
This is not a guided tour. Your host will accompany you until the ticket scan, and you will make your own way up to the summit.
The skip-the-line access is only for the second floor; you will reach the summit by standard access.
Summit ticket holders will have to wait in line on the 2nd floor to access the summit's elevators. In high season, this waiting time can be increase.
Even with priority access, you may have to wait in lines for security and elevators. In high season, total wait to access the 2nd floor can be increase.
The Eiffel Tower is a non-smoking monument.
The site is wheelchair-accessible only up to the second floor.
Animals are not permitted, except animals accompanying disabled people.
There is no left-luggage facility for non-permitted items at the Eiffel Tower. (wheeled suitcases, large luggage, non-folding buggies/prams, etc.)
Not Allowed: Oversize Luggage, Baby Stroller( it is allowed, just you have to fold it in the elevator) , Luggage, and Big Bags.
It is not allowed to bring and use rollerblades, scooters, skateboards, overboards, or any other large rolling object (except foldable pushchairs, medical or assistance vehicles for persons with reduced mobility).
On the rare occasions that the summit is closed to the general public for maintenance or safety reasons, no refunds or discounts will be given.
Skip the line tickets means skip the lines at the ticket offices.
Address: Place du Panthéon, 75005 Paris, France.
Your Pantheon must be used on the scheduled tour date and time.
OPENING HOURS : Open every day from 09.00 to 18.00. Last admission 45 min before closing time.
Please be sure that; share a reachable phone number and e-mail while you are making your booking. You will receive your tickets by e-mail and also by WhatsApp.
The river cruise boats host 300 people in good weather and 120 people in rainy weather to comply with the rules.
All boats are non-smoking. It is however possible to smoke on the outdoor terrace of some of restaurants. Some of boats are equipped with an outdoor terrace where it is possible to smoke.
The company name is Bateaux Parisiens. The address is Port de la Bourdonnais 75507. Pier Number 3. It is orange color. The departure point is just right at the foot of the Eiffel Tower.
It is not possible to reschedule the tour once the booking has been completed.
Please arrive 15 minutes before your specified time at the meeting point. In case of delay, your access is no longer guaranteed.
The rules of hygiene on boats do not allow to accept an animal except for guide dogs.
In the car park area, all passengers with a ticket for the river cruise are given 1 hour free parking. Please keep your tickets until your boat tour is over.
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