The Eiffel Tower is one of Paris’ most quintessential landmarks. If the Notre Dame is a symbol of ancient Paris, then the Eiffel Tower is the symbol of modern Paris. The tower was originally built as the entrance to the 1889 World’s Fair and commemorate the 100th anniversary of the French Revolution, making it an important cultural symbol of France. From atop the wrought iron tower lookout, visitors get an astounding panoramic view of the Paris cityscape.
The icon of Paris! Make sure you see the tower when you come to Paris. It is really magnificent, the height, the details. Also, make sure you see it at night time as well, when the lights up. IT IS EXTREMELY BEAUTIFUL. If you wait until midnight, there will be lights twinkling right at 00.00. The best view point is high up across the river. There will be some musicisans playing at nights too there, making it more romantic.
Eiffel Tower!!! Everyone who goes to Paris, France absolutely go to see it!!! Who wouldn’t??!!!! Lol It looked beautiful and exactly same in Pictures i have seen on web so far!!! Omg so adoable, pretty, highly desighnated... never get tired of seeing it... I am very very glad to finally see it in person and take bunch of photos with! hahaha Just amazing i can tell you xxx
coming to Paris to see the eiffel tower is a dream come true. i had chills and almost bursted into tears upon seeing it. it was surreal. it is beautiful. incomparable.
when say Paris, this place is one that you think. we didn’t miss every single minute going to this place. we went at day time to see its beauty. and we came back at night to witness the lights that spark around the tower. amazing experience!
One of the best location to watch Eiffel Tower at evening is Champ de Mars. Highly recommend you to have a mini picnic in there with your family or friends and watch the stunning Eiffel Tower!
The Eiffel Tower is located in Champ de Mars, 5 Avenue Anatole France, 75007 Paris. The hollow-out structure tower, Eiffel Tower, built in 1889, stands on the South Bank of Sena, the Ares of War Square in Paris, France. It is named after the famous architect and structural engineer Gustav_Eiffel, who is loved by the French as "Iron Lady". We took pictures under the Eiffel Tower and looked at it from a distance when we were cruising. The Eiffel Tower in the night was even more shining and moving. In order to welcome the World Exposition held in Paris and commemorate the 100th anniversary of the French Revolution, the tower is a unique and innovative design. It is a technical masterpiece in the history of World Architecture and the first steel tower in the world. It deserves to be one of the world's famous buildings, the landmarks of Paris and one of the symbols of French culture. Under the tower, we saw a bust bronze statue for Gustav Eiffel, which was created to commemorate his contribution to France and Paris. The tower is divided into three floors. On the first and second floors, there is a restaurant. On the third floor, there is a viewing platform. From the tower to the top, there are 1711 stairs. On the top of the tower, you can see the charming scenery of Paris.
. a visit to paris is not completed without visiting eiffel tower. there a metrol station near by about 10min walk by cutting through a park . most tourist took this path so they are able to capture the full view of the tower. i didnt go up the tower as it cost 25 euro and the que was long . trip.com do offer skip the que ticket and it cost only 15 euro . just my suggestion : is view the tower and not view from tower .. if time permit do visit at night too it light up every hour for 10-15min
this was our first stop in Paris and it was amazing. something of dreams. purchase skip the line tickets online prior to arriving it is so much easier that way.
The tower is much larger in person. This massive structure is well maintained and absolutely stunning. Make sure to arrive early to avoid all the lines. There are coffee shops at the top of the tower.
French landmarks, not only to go, but also to climb the top! 17 Ouden, 281 meters high, overlooking the whole of Paris, the Seine River is like a jade belt, decorating the romantic city. There's also a commemorative coin vending machine here. You have to get the change ready, or no one will pour it for you. Top commemorative coins are only sold at the highest level. Take the elevator down to the second floor, the scenery is still good! The commemorative coins here are slightly different from those on the top floor. Walking to the first floor, the ground has large transparent glass, overlooking the view under the tower. Back to the tower at nine o'clock sharp, catch up with the whole point of the tower flashing, super beautiful! It's a pity that we can't reach the tower in Paris.