Majestic Eiffel Tower, Paris.
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Eiffel Tower is one name that defines Paris. It could be visualized from every part of Paris and the view from far is as awe-inspiring as you’ll feel when you’re on top of it. It’s 324 mt. tall (~81 stories) building. The view of the city from the top is very beautiful. The green and golden domes, white tall buildings, red roofs, it’s breathtaking.
It has 3 levels 1st 2nd and the top one. First, second levels could be accessed by stairs but the top level could only be accessed by lift from the second level. There is only space for 300 people at the top level so tickets are limited. Tickets could be booked online, which a is a better option since it avoids the long queue.
How to reach the Eiffel Tower?
It’s very near the to metro station, hop on and hop off buses run round the clock and taxis are available too.
There are a variety of packages for online tickets you could purchase:
- Few enthusiastic people prefer stairs to first or second level
- Tickets till the first level
- Tickets till the second level
- Tickets till top level are limited
- Eiffel tower + seine river cruise packages are also available online etc.
You could choose according to your budget or availability.
Once on top. enjoy the view.
You could just look around soak in the mesmerizing view of the city. Enjoy the breeze and feel the vibrations and groans of the tower with the movement of elevators.
View the city with the binoculars fixed on the railings. Everything is amazing when you’re at the top.
It feels as if you’re flying.
Things to do:
Click pictures everywhere
enjoy the cafe although they’re costly and very busy.
Make videos while in elevators
Enjoy the view and beauty of the structure which was constructed in 1889 i.e. 129 years ago.
After the Eiffel Tower, you could sit in a roadside café and enjoy the cuisine of Paris or take a cruise on the River Seine and relax.
Enjoy the city and get ready for the next destination in my upcoming posts.
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