When one says "Paris", one also thinks about it. For 130 years, the Eiffel Tower has been towering over the French capital. By nightfall, it lights up and breaks through the sky with its flash of light. By the corner of a street, you can see it, from its height, it seems to wave at us. This is how our Iron Lady hits its mark with Parisians.
On its website, the Eiffel Tower announces the following health instructions:
Please note that booking tickets online is not mandatory but highly recommended, not only will it enable you to avoid waiting for a long time at the ticket office, respect health measures better, but you will be sure to make it. As a matter of fact, limits will be made to keep up health standards implemented and avoid any containment situation in lifts.
If first the tour could be enjoyed up to the 2nd floor by staris from June 25 to 30, 2002 (climbing up by the eastern stairs, and down by the western stairs to make sure no one runs into each other), the Western lift is now open since July 1st, but careful though, for now, only 16 visitors (8 per cabin) can go up at the same time and online booking prior to your visit is mandatory.
To make sure it starts again well, the Société d'Exploitation de la Tour Eiffel (SETE) sets up a special offer for children from 4 to 11 years old. A 50% discount will be made on the total of the ticket, from July 1 to August 31, 2020:
All summer long, enjoy the festive terrace moving on to Summer Chill mode for beautiful weekends.
As for the top of the Eiffel Tower, it will reopen from July 15. In the meantime, we can still discover some fun facts!
Dates and Opening Time
Starts 25 June 2020
75007 Paris 7
Métro ligne 6 ou 9 station "Trocadéro", ligne 6 station "Bir-Hakeim", RER C station "Champ de MArs - Tour Eiffel"
Billet Escalier 12-24 ans: 5,20 €
Billet Ascenseur 12-24 ans: 8,30 €
Billet Escalier Adulte: 10,40 €
Billet Ascenseur Adulte: 16,60 €