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Hotel La Tour Eiffel
The Eiffel Tower is situated on Parc du Champs de Mars next to the Seine River in Paris. It is one of the most familiar and iconic structures in the world. It is the tallest building in Paris and was built with iron and it is used as an observation tower and radio broadcasting tower. It is 324 metres in height and was built in 1889. There are 2 restaurants in the tower. The Altitude is on the first floor at 95 metres height and the Jules Verne is on the second floor. The tower opens all year round. The elevators are opened from 9.30am to 11.45pm but during summer months from June to August they are opened from 9am to 12.45am. The steps are opened from 9.30am to 6.30pm but during summer months from June to August they are opened from 9am to 12.45am.
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Reviews La Tour Eiffel
An absolute must while in Paris
Reviewed May 2013 by mario_s
One of the most iconic structures in the world, the Eiffel Tower of Paris was our number one priority while visiting the city for only 2 nights last year. The location itself is also one to appreciate with a variety of other wonderful buildings, structures and rivers in the surrounding area. There is however in my eyes only one way to truly appreciate the tower and the city of Paris itself and that’s to venture to the top 3rd platform of the ...
Reviewed May 2012 by Mihaela87
The Eiffel tower is located on the Champ de Mars in Paris.This is the tallest building in Paris. The visitors can reached the top by stairs or lift but of course I chose the lift. The view of the top is amazing. On the first level of tower has souvenir shops. On the second levels there are two restorant. The Eiffel tower is one of the most interesting sight of Paris and I didn't missed to take many pictures here.
Reviewed January 2012 by sameh111
Did not satisfy one of my relatives ascend the Eiffel Tower with me because of what they heard for the rise in towering,so I decided to go and two of my friends only. we had bought tickets in advance via the Internet avoid waiting in queues. the trip was very nice but we want to go at night but we went in the morning so as not to disrupt the visit with us for the rest of the parameters. the atmosphere was really fun and the views over Paris ...
pretty good
Reviewed November 2010 by aligarcia1988
The view from the top of the Eiffel Tower are spectacular. Too bad you have to queue up, plus it's not cheap
Outstanding experience
Reviewed August 2009 by galibali
Whatever you heard or saw about Eiffel Tower is not enough. This is an outstanding monument at the heart of outstanding city. I can write here engineering description, but i won't. I'll talk only about my feeling when i get there. The crowd, the hour spent on waiting and so on, everything is forgotten when you get on the top. The view will leave you speechless and breathless. Paris is a wonderful labyrinth with curving river and green places. I ...
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The Eiffel Tower
Reviewed March 2009 by maridominic
When you visit Paris you have to see the Europe's best known landmark and Paris's most famous symbol, the Eiffel Tower. The Eiffel Tower was built for two years, for the Universal Exhibition. Its creator is a French civil engineer Alexander Eiffel, who was specialize in metal construction, especially bridges. The completion of the iron Tower brought Mr. Eiffel the nick name Magician of Iron. He used the Tower for a number of experiments. The ...
A funny story with an amazing end
Reviewed February 2009 by Dalka
My first encounters with France were namely with Paris and the Eiffel Tower. Funny as it may seem, I have only seen the Eiffel Tower on TV, so when I decided to travel to the USA via Paris, France, I thought I knew everything about it. So here we are--packed with suitcases and backpaks roaming on the International Airport in Paris, trying to look for a guided tour in English. No, we do not want to pay. No, we do not speak French. And here ...
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