Where is the secret spot on the Eiffel Tower?

Square RappSquare Rapp is a small dead-end street in the 7th arrondissement, just off Avenue Rapp. It does not look like much to the world when you pass it, but when you stand in the square and turn around, you get a magnificent view of the Eiffel Tower. This is kind of a secret spot to view the Eiffel Tower from.

Where is the best place to view the Eiffel Tower?

Paris & The Best Views of the Eiffel Tower

  • Trocadéro.
  • Pont de l'Alma.
  • Alma-Marceau.
  • Eiffel Tower.
  • Pont de Bir-Hakeim.
  • Arc de Triomphe.
  • Rue de l'Université
  • Champ de Mars.

Where is the best place to take a picture of the Eiffel Tower?

Raised spotsOn the Right Bank, the ideal place from which to photograph the Eiffel Tower from a height is undoubtedly the Arc de Triomphe. A visit of this amazing structure is definitely a must and you can take the opportunity to capture the view of the Eiffel Tower from the terrace at the top.

Where is the secret spot to see the Eiffel Tower?

What time does the Eiffel Tower start to sparkle?

And what about the sparkles? Here is the answer to all your questions. The Tower lights and beacon are lit up every evening from dusk until 11.45pm. As soon as it gets dark, the Eiffel Tower's golden lighting switches on automatically within less than 10 minutes, thanks to light-sensitive twilight sensors.

What day is best to see Eiffel Tower?

Attendance throughout the weekSaturdays and Sundays are the busiest days of the week. When it is not peak season, school vacation or a public holiday, attendance is usually lowest on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. The Eiffel Tower is open on Tuesdays, unlike museums in Paris.

Is it worth it to go up Eiffel Tower?

Absolutely. The views of Paris from that height after ascending the tower on a glass elevator are unparalleled. If you go to the summit in the day, we recommend spending around 2 hours at the tower and consider eating a meal there. If you're there at night, consider bringing a light jacket as it's often windy.

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