An Eiffel Tower tour should be on every persons list when visiting Paris either for the 1st time or 100th. I was fortunate to grace Paris for the second time at the end of March for work. It was such a rushed decision that when I was sent to work that I didn’t go fully prepared. Part of me was hoping the French weather was be much better than the UK and packed lightly. Shame on me because apart from a few rays of sunshine here and there it was pretty much British weather. Not one to back down I decided I was still gonna make full use of this business trip. The plan was explore a bit of Paris before heading back to Oxford. My colleague had other ideas and encouraged me to book an Eiffel Tower tour with get your guide.
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Having been to Paris before I knew exactly what I wanted to see the second time round. The first time I arrived in Paris was to fulfill a long time dream come true for myself. I had wanted to visit Disneyland Paris for the longest time possible and one day I took the plunge. Whilst I enjoyed Disneyland I also made a point of checking out the rest of Paris including seeing the Eiffel Tower but from afar. It was football week when I went and the grounds near the Eiffel Tower were jam-packed I only managed to see if from afar. I promised myself to one day visit and explore the Eiffel Tower more closely and such was this time.
Booking with Get Your Guide
Booking the tickets to get on the Eiffel Tower whilst skipping the queue was pretty simple. I found the website easy to navigate,