Photo from the top of the Eiffel Tower - A 360° breathtaking view over the city - By day to take pictures and at night to admire the city of lights

The view from the top is breathtaking ... Even from first and second floor. If you are lucky enough to get one clear day during your stay it definitely worth a visit. - Free photos

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What do you see from the top of the Eiffel Tower ? Well if weather is good and if there is a little wind to clean air ... you'll be admiring the best view of Paris - a 360° view. To the North & West side : Seine river, The statue of the Liberty ! ( Yes there is one in Paris... The size is only 1/3 of the original. It was given to the French people in 1889 by the American community in Paris in return to the main one), Trocadero & La Defense... To the South and East : Louvre, Invalides, Notre Dame, Montparnasse Tower and of course the Champs de Mars - More on Eiffel Tower official website.

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Picture taken at Trocadero

Second Floor

Easy to access by the stairs

Photo : take the stairs

Not recommended if Vertigo

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View from top of Eiffel Tower : Photo - Day & Night

About the second floor of the Eiffel Tower : A the second floor is the perfect floor to make a photographic study of the city. From this floor, you can take the elevator to the top of the Tower (However the view is not really better from there... and the space is often crowded as very limited). At the second floor you'll find a Souvenir shop, a Snack, an Internet connection .... "An E-mail from the top of the Eiffel Tower" and of course the famous Jules Verne Restaurant - looking out over Paris from 125 meters above ground. Chef Alain Ducasse took the helm of the Jules Verne Restaurant cuisine on Jan 1, 2007.