Seine Cruise with Dinner and Skip-the-Line Access to Eiffel Tower
Tour will conclude in the vicinity of the Eiffel Tower.
Dinner cruise with a drink
Priority entrance tickets at the Eiffel Tower to 2nd floor
Tour Participation Requirements
Kick off this excursion with a romantic dinner cruise along the Seine River. The Seine, which gets its name from "Sequana," the Gallo-Roman goddess of the river, spans 777 kilometers (483 miles), and is France’s third-longest river. Although the river starts northwest of Dijon and empties into the English Channel at La Havre, it is largely associated with Paris. The river has also been the subject of many impressionist paintings, dating back centuries. (Speaking of paintings, one of the landmarks you'll likely see along the cruise route is the world-famous Louvre art museum, home of the Mona Lisa.)
After the cruise, you'll head to the Eiffel Tower, which is not only one of Paris’s most famous (if not the most famous) attractions, but one of the most popular in the world. In fact, it’s the most-visited paid monument in the world, with 6.91 million people ascending it in 2015. You'll get to skip the line and head straight to the second floor. Here, you'll take in one of the most breathtaking views Paris has to offer.
When you step outside of the iconic tower, take notice of the paint job. Its current hue is a custom color called "Eiffel Tower Brown," and it has been the tower's shade since 1968. Before that, it went through a range of colors, including reddish-brown and yellow. Another unique feature of the tower is the glass floor, which was added in 2014 and gives spectators a unique view.
The landmark that moonlighted as an advertisement
The Eiffel Tower was once the world's largest billboard. Between 1925 and 1936, a quarter-million colored bulbs were affixed to three sides of the tower and spelled out French car company Citroen's name in 100-foot letters. The letters were so large and so bright that they were visible from 20 miles away. Charles Lindbergh even used the landmark-turned-billboard as a beacon when he landed in Paris during his 1927 solo trans-Atlantic flight.
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