What’s the best way to go up the Eiffel Tower?

Ticket options include riding the elevators to the very top (I recommend getting this option; select "Lift entrance ticket with access to the summit"), riding only as far as the second level, or climbing the stairs to the first or second level (the top can only be reached by elevator).

What is the best Eiffel Tower experience?

The 7 Best Tours of the Eiffel Tower in Paris

  • Privileged Access Eiffel Tower Night Tour with Seine River Cruise.
  • Twilight Magic: Eiffel Tower Summit Tour with Seine Cruise.
  • Skip the Line Eiffel Tower Tour with Seine River Cruise.
  • Eiffel Tower Climbing Tour with Summit Access.

How long does it take to climb stairs to second floor of Eiffel Tower?

about 30-45 minutesIt takes about 30-45 minutes to climb the stairs to the 2nd level. It all depends on how fit you are! However, please avoid taking the stairs with very young children or babies (gentle reminder: there is no space or locker room for left luggage), or anyone in poor health.

Is the lift or stairs better for the Eiffel Tower?

Is the Eiffel Tower top floor or second floor better?

Nothing wrong with doing it, but many people find the view from the 2nd floor, the better view. You are so high up at the summit, it's harder to see the landmarks or Paris (and you are looking straight down), and there are times when it's cloudier or hazier at the very top.

How long does it take to climb the stairs to the Eiffel Tower?

between 30 and 45 minutesThere is an observation deck at the top of the tower. A. It takes anywhere between 30 and 45 minutes to walk up the Eiffel Tower stairs, and about 20 minutes to walk down the stairs.

Is it hard to climb the Eiffel Tower stairs?

The tower's summit can only be reached via elevator, but its first two levels are accessible through a series of winding staircases inside its pillars — 327 steps to the first level and then 347 to the second (that's 674 total if you're counting). It might sound hard, but climbing the tower is easier than you'd think.

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