Notre Dame guided tour with skip the line tickets for the Towers
Louvre skip the line tickets
Eiffel tower top level access.
Cut out the long admission lines with a timed, priority-entry ticket
Multiple daily schedules are available to choose from
Digital or printed voucher
In the very heart of the City of Light, come and share the history of Paris’ most famous icon. Our friendly hosts will tell you all the secrets of the ‘Iron Lady’ and help make your visit an unforgettable one.
Save time with one of our priority access tickets and fast track your admission to one of the the most visited monuments in the world.
Meet your host near the base of the Tower for a brief and fascinating introduction that will help you get the most out of your visit to Paris’ most celebrated Tower.
Avoiding the queues, your host will then take you directly to the second floor where will be able to admire Paris’ most beautiful monuments.
When booking your reservation, choose a time that most suits you. You will by met by your host near the base of the Tower approximately 15 minutes before this scheduled time.
What you can expect
Symbol of both Paris and France around the world, the Eiffel Tower was built by Gustave Eiffel for the Universal Exhibition of 1889. It is today the most visited paid-access monument in the world with nearly 7 million visitors per year.
With our priority access ticket, don’t waste time in queues. Take the time instead to explore the Tower with our host at your own pace.
Your host will be waiting for you near the base of the Tower and will accompany you throughout your visit.
You will then have access to the first two levels of Paris’ most famous monument. Have your camera ready to immortalise the Capital’s most spectacular views. From all four points of the compass, you will be able to admire the most beautiful monuments the City of Light has to offer: from the Arc de Triomphe at the top of the Champs Elysées to the Trocadero gardens, from the Louvre Museum to Notre Dame Cathedral on the Ile de la Cité, not to mention Paris’ most famous basilica, the Sacre Coeur overlooking Montmartre.