The first floor of the Eiffel Tower features exhibits, kid-friendly experiences, and the 58 Tour Eiffel restaurant. The second level of the tower is home to the Jules Verne Restaurant. The third-floor summit, accessible via a glass lift, features Gustave Eiffel's private apartments and a Champagne bar. Of course, all levels offer 360-degree views of the City of Light.
The Eiffel Tower can get incredibly crowded, with wait times exceeding 3 hours during the busy summer months. The best way to avoid long waits is to book your Eiffel Tower tickets online. Make sure to look for packages that include skip-the-line access. Some Eiffel Tower tours also include visits to other top sights in Paris, such as the Arc de Triomphe, the Notre Dame Cathedral, the Moulin Rouge, Montparnasse, and the Louvre Museum. If you'd rather view the iconic structure in all its glory than head to the top, book a Seine River cruise, or a walking, biking, or Segway tour.