Saltafila: tour della Torre Eiffel con accesso alla cima
Al secondo livello, ti verranno raccontati aneddoti sulla Torre Eiffel e la sua storia unica. Riceverai tutte le informazioni sulla Città delle Luci e potrai ammirarne le principali attrazioni, fra cui la Cattedrale di Notre-Dame, il Museo del Louvre, l'Arc de Triomphe e Les Invalides.
Alla fine del tour guidato, potrai continuare a esplorare la Torre Eiffel da solo e salire fino alla cima con un secondo ascensore, dove le viste sono mozzafiato. Sorseggia un bicchiere di spumante dal bar dello champagne (non incluso nel prezzo), ammirando la scintillante città di Parigi sotto i tuoi piedi.
Scendendo, fermati al primo livello e cammina sul nuovo pavimento in vetro a circa 60 vertiginosi metri dal suolo.
- Accesso prioritario al 2 ° livello della Torre Eiffel
- Accesso standard alla cima della Torre Eiffel
- Guida locale
- Tour per piccoli gruppi (massimo 20 persone)
- Ingresso - Eiffel Tower
- Garanzia saltafila
- Accesso prioritario al 3 ° livello della Torre Eiffel di Parigi
- Ritiro e consegna dell'hotel
- Riceverai una conferma entro 48 ore dalla prenotazione, in base alla disponibilità
- I prezzi per adulti si applicano a tutti i viaggiatori dai 4 anni
- I bambini di età inferiore a 3 anni viaggiano gratuitamente
- In caso di maltempo, manutenzione o per ragioni di sicurezza, il livello superiore della Torre Eiffel potrebbe essere chiuso
- L'accesso prioritario della Torre Eiffel non esiste per la cima; il tuo biglietto include l'accesso salta fila fino al 2 ° piano e l'accesso standard al 3 ° piano
- I biglietti non possono essere modificati, scambiati o rimborsati
- Si prega di arrivare 15 minuti prima del punto di incontro della Torre Eiffel; i ritardatari non saranno rimborsati
The tour guide had some interesting facts and pointing out the monuments from so high up was great. I really enjoyed the Eiffel and was in the 7:30 tour so got to be there at 9 when they lit it up
Our Skip the Line tour guide, Jared/Jarrett was very knowledgeable about the tower and surrounding Paris landscape. He spoke easily understandable English and knew the ins and outs of how to get around the tower.
Met by our delightful guide Carol on the Avenue de la Bourdonais, who escorted us to the Tower and took us through security and on to the skip the line entrance. Carol was great fun and bursting with knowledge and facts about the Eiffel Tower, she certainly enhanced the experience. We were accompanied up to the 2nd level, and after pointing out landmarks on all four sides, Carol left us to our own devices. We set off up to the top level, sipped champagne in the blustery wind and enjoyed the amazing views. A must for any trip to Paris!
My husband and I had an amazing time on this tour, our guide Louise was very knowledgeable, personable, and quite lovely. We would love to recommend this tour to those in a bit of a hurry, or not much time in Paris. It was truly an amazing experience.
If your planing a trip to the Eiffel Tower do not waste your money on this Viator Tour. You start off with a guide for approximately 20 to 30 people, unless your standing right next to him you will have no idea what he is saying. The tour advertisers “Skip the lines” NOPE!! You stand in long lines like everyone there. After about 1 hour you may be close to entering the tower, then once at that point you have no idea where your so called guide went so your on your own. Now hundreds of people push and shove trying to get into a lift to the next level. Once there again your on your own. If you want to continue to the top of the tower it’s another 1 to 2 hour wait with thousands of people trying to do the same thing. As for the guide I guess he leaves and goes to pick up more tourist who have wasted their money on this tour. Buy a book and learn about the Eiffel Tower before you go, you will learn a lot more from the book than this company gives you. Very poor company.
So... worth.. the... money! We booked the first tour of the day, highly recommend that if you want to avoid the crowds. We bypassed a line that had already formed before the opening of the tower that the signs and guide said would be a 2-3 hour wait. We were on the first elevator to the top and had the whole viewing platform to ourselves with a small group from the elevator for about 20 minutes before the main line crowds started coming in.
This worked fine it really was just a way of avoiding the very long general public line and getting to use the shorter line for tour groups. There's still a line, but the wait was more like 10 minutes instead of what looked to be 40-60 minutes for the regular line. Our guide didn't really do a tour she just walked us in, got us into the right line, and waited with us until we got to the first tier from which you can get to the higher levels on your own. She answered questions people had and was super nice.