Paris Tourist Attractions

Rich in museums, art galleries, historic sites, attractions, landmarks, sightseeing and other fun things to do, Paris has so much to offer it's difficult deciding what to see. Browse the sights and attractions in below for information, pictures and videos to help you plan your trip. Each attraction is easy to get to by public transport. We provide all the information you need to get to each destination including walking directions from the nearest transport station.

Top attractions in Paris include the Eiffel Tower, The Louvre, Champs-Élysées and the Arc de Triomphe, Sacré Coeur and Notre Dame Cathedral to name a few. Fun activities for families include a ride down the River Seine, going up the Eiffel Tower, spending a day in Disneyland Paris or visiting France Miniature, however, those are just for starters.

If you're visiting Paris for 4 days or more, you may want to consider purchasing a Paris Pass. We don't recommend the 2 day pass as you'll feel rushed trying to see enough attractions to offset the cost. However, you can definitely save money with a 4 or 6 day Paris Pass. They don't charge much more for the additional days. They also include a Metro Travelcard valid in zones 1-3 (all of Central Paris). Perhaps the biggest advantage of the Paris Pass is the time you can save skipping past the line-ups at some of the attractions. This is especially true during the busy summer season.

Gardens, Parks and Views

Paris WaterbusParis Batobus

A ride down the River Seine is a fun and romantic way to enjoy the sights of Paris from a unique perspective not available by land. You can purchase tickets and board at any of the 8 stops along the Seine which are close to many popular attractions. ..... read more

Bois de BoulogneBois de Boulogne

Nearest Metro Stations: Porte Maillot | Porte Dauphine | Porte d'Auteuil

More than double the size of New York City's famous Central Park, Bois de Boulogne is a vast outdoor space with all kinds of activities. There is even an amusement park within the park itself. ..... read more

Bois de VincennesBois de Vincennes

Nearest Metro Stations: Château de Vincennes‎ | Porte Dorée‎

You could easily spend a few days exploring this huge 2500 acre outdoor space that is so popular with locals and visitors alike. There are even 4 lakes within its boundaries. .... read more

Eiffel TowerEiffel Tower

Nearest Metro Stations: Trocadéro‎ | Champ de Mars

The Eiffel Tower is one attraction you really don't need to include on your list of what to see in Paris, as it is impossible to miss. With its great location and multiple viewing levels, this iconic Paris landmark will provide you with unsurpassed views of the city below. ..... read more

MontmartreMontmartre

Nearest Metro Stations: Anvers | Abbesses

This historic hilltop district is very well known for its superb views of the city especially from the Basilica of Sacré Coeur at the top. ..... read more

Jardin de LuxembourgJardin de Luxembourg

Nearest Metro Stations: Odéon‎ | Notre-Dame-des-Champs

These exceptionally beautiful gardens were originally owned by the Duke of Luxemberg. This is one of the favourite parks in all of Paris, a perfect place just to come and relax or enjoy a romantic stroll. ..... read more

Jardin des PlantesJardin des Plantes

Nearest Metro Stations: Jussieu | Quai de la Rapée

This beautiful 70 acre garden belongs to the adjacent Museum National D'Histoire Naturelle. There are several smaller themed gardens within the overall garden and entry is free; this truly is a beautiful and colorful place to explore. ..... read more

Jardin du TrocaderoJardin du Trocadero

Nearest Metro Station: Trocadéro‎

Located at the foot of the Palais de Chaillot this beautiful garden is know for the famous Varsovie Fountains, well known statues and a spectacular view of the Eiffel Tower - a great place to come and relax. ..... read more

Jardin des TuileriesJardin des Tuileries

Nearest Metro Stations: Tuileries‎ | Pyramides‎‎

Due to its location along the River Seine, between the famous Louvre and Place de la Concorde, it is unlikely that you will not come across this lovely park during your visit to Paris. Here you will enjoy green lawns, flowerbeds, hedges, statues, sculptures and some great views of the river. ..... read more

Regent's Tour MontparnasseTour Montparnasse

Nearest Metro Station: Montparnasse - Bienvenüe

After a ride up Europe's fastest elevator, you will enjoy amazing 360° views of Paris including its famous landmarks from the climate controlled 56th floor observation level or from the terrace on the rooftop. You can also enjoy a light meal or fine dining accompanied by incredible views. ..... read more

Parc des Buttes-ChaumontParc des Buttes-Chaumont

Nearest Metro Stations: Buttes Chaumont Station | Laumière Station | Pyrénées Station

Parc des Buttes-Chaumont is a great little park created on land that was reclaimed from a variety of former uses, none of which were congruent with the beautiful space this park provides today. Located on a rocky butte the park was designed by landscape architects and includes several kilometers of walking paths, gardens, exotic trees, bridges, a waterfall and a great viewpoint. . ..... read more

Parc de MonceauParc de Monceau

Nearest Metro Stations: Monceau | Villers | Charles de Gaulle - Étoile Station

Last, but not least, a visit to Paris isn't complete without a visit to the world renowned Parc de Monceau, one of the most beautiful and attractive parks in all of Paris. This peaceful escape from the city is resplendent with beautiful floral displays and interesting art sculptures throughout. ..... read more

Museums, Galleries and Science

Centre Georges PompidouCentre Georges Pompidou

Nearest Metro Stations: Rambuteau Station | Hôtel de Ville‎ Station

The unusual Centre Georges Pompidou in Beaubourg houses to the largest and most impressive Modern Art Museum in Europe and a public library. ..... read more

Cinémathèque Française - (Museum of Cinema)Cinémathèque Française - (Museum of Cinema)

Nearest Metro Station: Bercy

Cinematheque Francaise houses one of the biggest film archives, film-related records and other items from all around the globe. The Cinematheque Francaise was established before . ..... read more

Grand PalaisGrand Palais

Nearest Metro Stations: Champs-Elysees - Clemenceau | Franklin Delano Roosevelt | Invalides

The National Gallery, presents a variety of different art exhibits and cultural events with the aim of promoting interest and appreciation of the arts. Some of the exhibits are unique and grand in scale. It's well worth a visit just to see the Grand Palais that houses the gallery. ..... read more

Museum of Arms and ArmorMuseum of Arms and Armor

Nearest Metro Stations: La tour - Maubourg | Varenne

Immerse yourself in the history of Paris and France at the Museum of arms and Armour located in one of the buildings of Les Invalides, itself a remarkable architectural landmark. ..... read more

Jacquemart-Andre MuseumJacquemart-Andre Museum

Nearest Metro Stations: Miromesnil‎ | Monceau‎

Jacquemart-Andre Museum is an impressive gift willed to the nation from Nelie Jacquemart of her and her husband's extensive private art collection and the beautiful mansion that houses it; well worth a visit. ..... read more

The LouvreThe Louvre

Nearest Metro Station: Palais Royal - Musée du Louvre‎

The world's most visited and probably most famous museum, the Louvre is home to over 35000 pieces of art dating from the earliest times to the 19th century and displayed in a vast 650,000 square feet of exhibition space. ..... read more

Musée des Arts DecoratifsLes Arts Decoratifs (Museum of Decorative Arts)

Nearest Metro Station: Palais Royal - Musée du Louvre‎

Le Musée des Arts Decoratifs or Museum of Decorative Arts collection was established in 1905. The large collection of decorative arts and design are a must see for the design and decor enthusiast. ..... read more

 Musee des Beaux-ArtsMusee des Beaux-Arts

Nearest Metro Stations: Champs-Élysées - Clemenceau‎ | Franklin Delano Roosevelt | Invalides‎

The Musée des Beaux-Arts in the beautiful Petit Palais is one of the few museums in Paris where the permanent exhibits are always free. ..... read more

Musée Carnavalet - (Museum of the History of Paris)Musée Carnavalet - (Museum of the History of Paris)

Nearest Metro Stations: Saint-Paul | Chemin Vert

A museum that is all about the history of Paris itself, Musée Carnavalet offers visitors an outstanding opportunity to learn about the culture and history of the city. ..... read more

National Musée de Cluny - (Medieval Art)Musée de Cluny - (Medieval Art)

Nearest Metro Stations: Cluny - La Sorbonne‎ | Saint-Michel - Notre-Dame‎‎

Musée de Cluny, which is the National Museum of the Middle Ages displays its unrivaled collection of art and artefacts from the middle ages in a building of medieval architecture and Gallo Roman ruins. ..... read more

Musée Eugene DelacroixMusée Eugene Delacroix

Nearest Metro Stations: Saint Germain des Prés | Mabilon

This museum houses the life work of the famous French artist Eugene Delacroix within the last apartment he actually lived in. ..... read more

Musée Grévin - (Wax Museum)Musée Grévin - (Wax Museum)

Nearest Metro Stations: Grands Boulevards | Bourse | Le Peletier

This renowned wax museum is a fun place for the whole family to explore. Opened in 1882 it is one of the oldest wax museums in the world. ..... read more

Musée Marmottan MonetMusée Marmottan Monet

Nearest Metro Stations: Grands Boulevards | Bourse | Le Peletier

While this museum boasts the largest collection of Claude Monet's paintings of any museum in the world, you will also see works from a number of other great artists on display as well. ..... read more

Musée de l'Orangerie- (Wax Museum)Musée de l'Orangerie (Paintings)

Nearest Metro Station: Concorde Station

If you enjoy the paintings made by impressionists such as Monet you will want to include a visit to the Musée de l'Orangerie on your itinerary. You will find a collection that includes the famed Water Lilies as well as works by numerous other artists including Renoir and Picasso. ..... read more

Musée d'OrsayMusée d'Orsay

Nearest Metro Stations: Solférino Station | Musée d'Orsay Station

Originally built as a railway station in 1909, this magnificent building was used for a variety of purposes until the mid 1970's when it was fortunately saved from demolition and became a beautiful museum of art. ..... read more

Musée PicassoMusée Picasso

Nearest Metro Stations: Chemin Vert | Bréguet - Sabin | Saint-Paul

When it re-opens near the end of 2013, Musée Picasso will continue its tradition of focusing on the works of Picasso with over 500 works displayed over 4 levels. ..... read more

Musée RodinMusée Rodin

Nearest Metro Stations: Varenne | Solférino | Invalides

Here in the former Hotel Biron you will see the works of France's most famous sculptor Auguste Rodin. Rodin loved the hotel, using it as his workshop and offering all his works ..... read more

Sainte ChapelleSainte Chapelle

Nearest Metro Stations: Anvers | Abbesses

This magnificent landmark houses the Passion Relics of King Louis IX which, for the last part of their journey from Venice, were carried there by the king himself. You will also see one of the largest and most extensive collections of stained glass from the 13th century that is still in its original position. ..... read more

Science and Technology

Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie (Science Centre)Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie (Science Centre)

Nearest Metro Station: Porte de la Villette‎

Situated in the Parc de la Villette, the very popular Cite des Sciences et de l'Industrie is the largest science museum on the European continent. Visitors of all ages will be captivated by its many remarkable exhibits. ..... read more

Musée de l'Air et de l'Espace - (Museum of Air and Space)Musée de l'Air et de l'Espace - (Museum of Air and Space)

Nearest Metro Station: La Courneuve

Anyone with an interest in aviation won't want to miss the 150,000 Musée de l'Air et de l'Espace at Le Bourget airport in Paris. There is much to see and do in this impressive museum, one of the oldest of its type in the world. ..... read more

Musée National D'Histoire Naturelle - (National Museum of Natural History)Musée National D'Histoire Naturelle - (National Museum of Natural History)

Nearest Metro Station: Jussieu Station

This museum of natural history, located in the Jardin des Plantes is one of the three largest in the world today. The museum's collection is huge with in excess of 60 million specimens. ..... read more

Palais de la Decouverte - (Science Museum)Palais de la Decouverte - (Science Museum)

Nearest Metro Stations: Franklin Delano Roosevelt | Champs-Élysées - Clemenceau‎ | Invalides‎

This museum of science located in the Grand Palais features over 25,000 square metres of exhibits, many of them hands-on as well as a planetarium. ..... read more

Theme Parks, Zoos and Aquariums

Aquariums

Sea Life Paris Val d'EuropeSea Life Paris Val d'Europe

Nearest RER Station: Val d’Europe (RER A)

Located near Disneyland Paris, Sea Life Paris Val d'Europe aquarium is biggest aquarium in the entire lle-de-France region and features some of the most interesting and diverse underwater aquatic attractions available anywhere. ..... read more

CinéAqua AquariumCinéAqua Aquarium

Nearest Metro Station: Trocadéro‎

Built in 1867, CinéAqua Aquarium, while not the first aquarium, was the very first of its kind. Many renovations, design and engineering changes have kept this aquarium right up to date. ..... read more

Palais de la Porte Doree - (Tropical Aquarium)Palais de la Porte Doree - (Tropical Aquarium)

Nearest Metro Station: Porte Dorée Station

During a visit the tropical aquarium in the basement of the impressive Palais de la Porte Doree, you will be able to see over three hundred and fifty species of aquatic life. ..... read more

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Paris in One Day Sightseeing Tour

Rating 4.5 Star Rating

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Experience the best of the French capital in one day on this 7.5-hour sightseeing tour of Paris. Take a guided tour of the famous Louvre Museum and marvel at highlights such as the priceless Mona Lisa and the Venus de Milo. Travel in style by Seine River Cruise to the iconic Eiffel Tower. Enjoy lunch at the 58 Tour Eiffel restaurant and admire breathtaking views out over the city below. Visit Notre Dame Cathedral and gain insight into the history and heritage of this top Paris attraction.

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Zoos

Paris ZooParis Zoo

Nearest Metro Stations: Saint-Mandé | Porte Dorée‎

For those who love animals and care about the environment the Paris Zoo is a wonderful place to visit. Located in the northwest portion of Bois de Vincennes, the zoo reopened in 2014 after a 6 year makeover. There is so much to see and do that .... read more

Jardin des PlantesMenagerie Jardin des Plantes

Nearest Metro Stations: Jussieu | Austerlitz | Censier Daubenton

Located within the 70 acre Jardin des Plantes operated by the adjacent Museum National D'Histoire Naturelle is a great zoo. First established in 1794, it is home to over 2000 animals - the majority of them on the endangered list. ..... read more

Theme Parks

Disneyland ParisDisneyland Paris

Nearest RER Station: Marne-la-Vallée - Chessy‎ (RER-A)

Disneyland hardly needs an introduction, but one thing is sure, your kids will be real happy if you give them a break from visiting all those Paris museums and take them to Disneyland for a day. You'll love it too and it is actually very easy to get there on public transport. ..... read more

France MiniatureFrance Miniature

Nearest Metro Station: Montparnasse - Bienvenüe then SNCF Train

Click the link for detailed directions to this miniature version of France that the whole family will love. More than just miniatures, there is also an amusement park and animated models. ..... read more

Disneyland ParisJardin d'Acclimatation

Nearest Metro Station: Les Sablons‎

Opened back in 1860 by Napoleon III, this was Paris' first amusement park. The park is oriented to younger kids, who will love the rides here. You'll love that the cost of entry is very low. ..... read more

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Disneyland Paris Express Shuttle with Entrance Tickets

Rating 4.5 Star Rating

From: $140.18 CAD...May vary slightly due to currency fluctuations

Feel the magic like never before as Disneyland® Paris turns spectacularly sparkly to celebrate the 25th anniversary! Come on board the Disneyland® Paris Express shuttle for a magical time. Experience includes transportation from Paris and Disney® Parks ticket (Disneyland® Park and Walt Disney Studios® Park).

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Historic Districts and Markets

CatacombsCatacombs

Nearest Metro Station: Denfert-Rochereau‎

Not exactly a historic district, but certainly a historical site, the Catacombs consist of lengthy underground passages where over 6 million people are laid to rest. Although clearly not for everyone, guided tours of the Catacombs draw a large number of visitors every day. ..... read more

Avenue Champs-ÉlyséesAvenue Champs-Élysées

Nearest Metro Station: Franklin D. Roosevelt | Charles de Gaulle - Étoile

Perhaps one of the most famous stretches of road anywhere, Avenue Champs-Élysées is a vibrant and interesting street that bustles with activity. Running southeast from the Arc de Triomphe to the Place de la Concorde. The street is lined with all kinds of exclusive shops and restaurants giving way further east to rows of carefully manicured chestnut trees and beautiful gardens. ..... read more

BeaubourgBeaubourg

Nearest Metro Stations: Rambuteau | Hôtel de Ville

Beaubourg is one of the busiest commercial and cultural centres of Paris, home to the famous Centre Pompidou modern art museum and the huge Forum des Halles shopping centre. ...... read more

Canal St-Martin Canal St-Martin

Nearest Metro Stations: Gare de l'Est | Jaurès

The banks of Canal St-Martin are a picturesque place for a stroll, a bike ride or just to hang out and explore the many little shops and restaurants along its banks. ...... read more

Latin QuarterLatin Quarter

Nearest Metro Stations: Cluny - La Sorbonne‎ | Pont Marie‎ | Saint-Michel - Notre-Dame‎‎

Located on the Left-Bank, the Latin Quarter is characterized by narrow streets that are lined with all kinds of interesting little shops and cafes. Home to schools and a University, there is a vibrant nightlife. ..... read more

Le Marché aux Puces de St-Ouen (Flea Market)Le Marché aux Puces de St-Ouen (Flea Market)

Nearest Metro Station: Porte de Clignancourt

This huge flea market is open on Saturday, Sunday and Monday. It covers a large area and is divided into smaller markets with their own specialties. This is a bargain hunters delight ..... read more

MontmartreMontmartre

Nearest Metro Stations: Anvers | Place de Clichy | Abbesses

Crowned with the the gleaming white Basilica of Sacré Coeur, this historic hilltop district is very well known for its views of the city. The area has a rich history and you will find lots of great little shops, dining and bars. The famous Moulin Rouge Cabaret is located nearby. ..... read more

Père-Lachaise CemeteryPère-Lachaise Cemetery

Nearest Metro Station: Père Lachaise‎ Station

Père-Lachaise Cemetery, one of the most famous in the world, is by merit of its size and historical significance, a historic district in its own rite. Hundreds of thousands come every year to see the resting place of ..... read more

Medieval City of ProvinsMedieval City of Provins (Day Trip)

Nearest Metro Station: Gare de l'Est Station then SCNF Train to Provins

Medieval City of Provins is not in Paris, but it is well worth the 95 minute train ride to visit and explore this UNESCO World Heritage Site which is themed around Medieval society. During the middle ages Provins hosted ..... read more

Rue Mouffetard MarketRue Mouffetard Market

Nearest Metro Stations: Censier-Daubenton | Cardinal Lemoine

Located in the fifth arrondissement, there is a lot to explore in this lively and vibrant Paris marketplace. Here you will not only find tons of interesting shopping and dining but also street music and entertainment. This market runs along a road that has a rich history , so you will also see many medieval buildings. A long section of the street is pedestrian only. ..... read more

Landmarks and Architecture

Arc de TriompheArc de Triomphe

Nearest Metro Station: Charles de Gaulle—Étoile station

Seeing the Arc de Triomphe (Triumphal Arch) in person is a must if you are visiting Paris for the first time. This huge and impressive historical monument is an example of ..... read more

Centre Georges PompidouCentre Georges Pompidou

Nearest Metro Stations: Rambuteau Station | Hôtel de Ville‎ Station

The unusual modern architecture of this Paris landmark, which is home to the largest Modern Art Museum in Europe, will leave you with as memorable an impression as its prized contents. ..... read more

Château de FontainebleauChâteau de Fontainebleau

Nearest Metro Station: Gare de Lyon then SNCF R Train to Fontainebleau Avon‎

The Château de Fontainebleau is a large royal palace that has been home to some of the greatest monarchs in French history, including King Louis VII, Philip II and Louis IX. Napoleon also made good use of the Château from time to time. ...... read more

Château de VersaillesChâteau de Versailles

Nearest RER Station: Versailles - Rive Gauche‎

This famous landmark was the centre of power during the monarchy of Louis XIV between the year 1682 and 1789. Over the years, it has been redesigned and expanded by different residing monarchs. ..... read more

Eiffel TowerEiffel Tower

Nearest Metro Stations: Trocadéro‎ | Champ de Mars

In November of 2002 The Eiffel Tower received its 200 millionth visitor. The 1063 foot high tower was completed in 1889 to serve as the entrance to the World's Fair held that year and went on to become a global icon of France. ..... read more

Grande Arche de la Défense Grande Arche de la Défense

Nearest Metro Station: La Défense‎

The Grand Arche de la Defense is designed as a modern version of the Arc de Triomphe, but dedicated to humanity and humanitarian ideals as opposed to military victories. ...... read more

Notre Dame CathedralNotre Dame Cathedral

Nearest Metro Stations: Saint-Michel Station | Cluny - La Sorbonne Station | Châtelet Station

This world famous cathedral, considered by many to be one of the world's premier examples of Gothic architecture, is visited by more than 13 million tourists and pilgims every year. ..... read more

Palais Garnier - (The Paris Opera House)Palais Garnier - (The Paris Opera House)

Nearest Metro Stations: Opera Station | Chaussée d'Antin - La Fayette Station | Madeleine Station

First completed in 1875, the extravagance and opulance of Palais Garnier will amaze even the most affluent visitors, especially the Grand Staircase. ..... read more

PantheonPantheon

Nearest Metro Stations: Cluny - La Sorbonne Station | Odeon Station

Built as a church in the late 1700s the Pantheon later became a mausoleum for distinguished citizens of France. It is an impressive example of neoclassic architecture modeled after the Pantheon in Rome. ..... read more

Père-Lachaise CemeteryPère-Lachaise Cemetery

Nearest Metro Station: Père Lachaise‎ Station

Père-Lachaise Cemetery is quite possibly the most famous and most visited cemetery in the world. Hundreds of thousands come every year to see the resting place of ..... read more

Medieval City of ProvinsMedieval City of Provins (Day Trip)

Nearest Metro Station: Gare de l'Est Station then SCNF Train to Provins

Officially declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2001, the the majority of the town is themed around Medieval society. During the middle ages Provins hosted ..... read more

Sacré CoeurSacré Coeur

Nearest Metro Stations: Anvers | Abbesses

Crowning the top of the highest point in Paris, the spectacular Sacré Coeur Basilica is a spectacular landmark. Visitors will also enjoy some great views of the city from its hilltop location. ..... read more

Sainte ChapelleSainte Chapelle

Nearest Metro Stations: Anvers | Abbesses

Sainte Chapelle is considered to be one of the greatest achievements of the Rayonnant period in Gothic architecture. Here you will see one of the largest and most extensive collections of stained glass from the 13th century that is still in its original position. ..... read more

Grand PalaisGrand Palais

Nearest Metro Stations: Champs-Elysees - Clemenceau | Franklin Delano Roosevelt | Invalides

Home to the National Gallery, the Grand Palais was built at the end of the 19th century. The huge Beaux-Arts palace features beautiful stone facades and a massive curved and domed glass roof with an iron and steel framework. ..... read more

Les InvalidesLes Invalides

Nearest Metro Stations: La tour - Maubourg | Varenne

This spectacular Paris landmark has a rich history. The complex contains a military museum, military hospital and retirement residence for veterans. The entire complex including the dome is remarkable both inside and out. ..... read more

The LouvreThe Louvre

Nearest Metro Station: Palais Royal - Musée du Louvre‎

Home to many French kings and lords since it was first built back in the 1200's, the Louvre was first converted to a museum way back in 1791. ..... read more

Musée d'OrsayMusée d'Orsay

Nearest Metro Stations: Solférino Station | Musée d'Orsay Station

This spectacular building, situated on the left-bank of the Seine, was originally a railway station when it first opened in 1909. Since 1939 it served a variety of other purposes until the mid 1970s when it was thankfully saved from demolition and became a museum. ..... read more

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Skip the Line: Eiffel Tower Tickets and Small-Group Tour

Rating 5 Star Rating

From: $96.47 CAD...May vary slightly due to currency fluctuations

Book your skip-the-line ticket to the Eiffel Tower and leave the long queues behind! This is a fully escorted tour by an English-speaking expert guide, who will lead you to the 2nd level of the Eiffel Tower. Before exploring, your guide will entertain you with interesting anecdotes and facts about the tower and its architecture, including stories about the various wedding proposals and publicity stunts the tower has hosted over the years. With a choice of departure times during the day as well as an evening or sunset viewing (varies according to the time of year), your skip-the-line tour offers the most flexible and enjoyable way to visit this must-see Paris landmark. You will have time to walk around the levels at leisure, taking in the breathtaking Paris cityscape from this unique vantage point! Numbers are limited to 20 people on this small-group walking tour of the Eiffel Tower, ensuring you'll receive personalized attention from your guide.

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