- 1 What hotels can you see the Eiffel Tower from?
- 2 Where is the best place to view the Eiffel Tower?
- 3 Is it worth seeing the Eiffel Tower at night?
- 4 Can you see the Eiffel Tower for free?
- 5 Where should couples stay in Paris?
- 6 Is it illegal to take picture of the Eiffel Tower at night?
- 7 Can you walk from Eiffel Tower to Arc de Triomphe?
- 8 Is the Eiffel Tower worth going up?
- 9 Where should you avoid in Paris?
- 10 How long is the wait for the Eiffel Tower?
- 11 What is the best time to see the Eiffel Tower?
- 12 How much does it cost to see the Eiffel Tower?
- 13 How many days do I need in Paris?
- 14 How much money should I bring to Paris?
What hotels can you see the Eiffel Tower from?
Hotels in Paris You Can Wake Up To Views Of The Eiffel Tower From €18/Night Le Meurice. Hotel Regina Louvre. Hotel Eiffel Rive Gauche. Hotel Le Walt. Hotel Plaza Athenee. Mercure Paris Centre Tour Eiffel. Pullman Paris Tour Eiffel. Aparthotel Adagio Paris Centre Tour Eiffel.
Where is the best place to view the Eiffel Tower?
10 Great Spots to View the Eiffel Tower Place du Trocadéro. Trocadero is the section of Paris located directly across the river from the Eiffel Tower. A Seine River Cruise. Pont de la Concorde or Any Other Nearby Bridges. Champs de Mars. The Top of Sacre Cœur. The Top of Notre Dame. Centre Georges Pompidou. Underneath the Eiffel Tower.
Is it worth seeing the Eiffel Tower at night?
Whether you go up the Eiffel Tower during the day or at night, you should make the trip to see it at both times of day.
Can you see the Eiffel Tower for free?
Admission Costs. Eiffel Tower ticket costs vary wildly. Adults over the age of 25 willing to take the 704 stairs to the second floor pay 7 euros, those aged 12 to 24 years pay 5 euros, and children 4 to 11 pay 3 euros. Children aged 3 and under enter for free with a paid accompanying adult.
Where should couples stay in Paris?
Romantic Plum homes in Paris Le Belleville. This apartment, set over two floors, is the perfect size for a couple looking for romantic places to stay in Paris. Monsieur & Madame Duplex. Rue des Filles du Calvaire. Quai des Celestins II.
Is it illegal to take picture of the Eiffel Tower at night?
Nope. The reason the nighttime display is copyrighted is that even though the Eiffel Tower is legally a public space, the lights are not. The tower’s evening light display, installed in 1985 by Pierre Bideau, is technically owned by the artist and protected by copyright.
Can you walk from Eiffel Tower to Arc de Triomphe?
Nice walk. I think it’s more like 30-45 minutes. We did the reverse, walking from the Tower to the Arc de Triomphe via the Pont de l’Alma bridge. Google maps says the walking time is a half-hour.
Is the Eiffel Tower worth going up?
Unless you want to go up the Iron Lady just to tick it off your Parisian Bucket List, then it’s just not worth the time (or effort). There are far prettier views available at a fraction of the price and a much reduced waiting time! To be honest, going up to the top of the Eiffel Tower is pretty over-hyped.
Where should you avoid in Paris?
However, solo travelers, especially women, should stay vigilant when walking around at night and stick to well-lit areas. Especially when traveling alone, avoid areas around metro Les Halles, Pigalle, Gare du Nord, Stalingrad, and Jaures late at night or when the streets appear empty.
How long is the wait for the Eiffel Tower?
Eiffel Tower opens at 9.00am and you’ll wait no more than 30minutes, otherwise waiting times might get over 2.5-3 hours. Get directly to the second floor and change lifts to the top.
What is the best time to see the Eiffel Tower?
Go twice so you can see it both in daylight and lit up at night. You needn’t ascend the Tower twice, but you’ll definitely want to see it at 10 p.m. when the lights sparkle. A good time to ascend the Tower is shortly before twilight, so you can experience it at sunset and also after dark.
How much does it cost to see the Eiffel Tower?
New Eiffel Tower rates
|Adult rate||Child rate|
|Ticket with access lift – Second floor||16.60 euros||4.10 euros|
|Ticket with access stairs – Second floor||10.40 euros||2.60 euros|
|Ticket with access lift – The top||25.90 euros||6.50 euros|
|Ticket with acess stairs 2nd floor + lift – The top||19.70 euros||5 euros|
How many days do I need in Paris?
A trip to the French capital is likely to be a magical experience. First-time travelers should try and plan around 4-5 days —ample time to enjoy some classic Parisian highlights and visit a few of the 20 arrondissements (neighborhoods).
How much money should I bring to Paris?
I would say at least 30 euros per day would be alright if you don’t eat at expensive restaurants. Paris has one of the best public transport system in Europe, it’s not even that expensive. Buy a Paris transport card for the duration of your stay and you will be able to roam most of the Paris by metros, train and buses.