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1 au 129 avenue Daumesnil, 75012 Paris France
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Skip the Line: Eiffel Tower Tour and Summit Access by elevator
Skip-the-Line Tours

Skip the Line: Eiffel Tower Tour and Summit Access by elevator

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Queues for the Eiffel Tower can take over an hour at busy times but this skip-the-line tour lets you breeze past the crowds and enjoy priority access. Head straight up to the second floor and listen as your guide points out the Louvre, the Arc de Triomphe, and Notre Dame Cathedral. Finally, continue to the top floor on your own, where you can spend as long as you like admiring the views.
$91.36 per adult
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JnVSydney wrote a review Feb 2020
Greater Sydney, Australia10,097 contributions1,494 helpful votes
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Viaduct of the Arts has two parts, (in our way of thinking). 1st, an elevated park on the top of an old railway viaduct. The park was inaugurated in 1993 and until New York’s High Line park opened in 2009, it was the only elevated park in the world.(awesome walking, see review, Coulee Verte Rene-Dumont). 2nd, The bottom of the viaduct, under the massive arches, is now home to artisans and crafts people of all descriptions for use as studios or ‘ateliers’ - everything from lamp makers to violin and piano makers. It was nice walking along, taking in the artiness of it all.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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KatielouAustralia wrote a review Oct 2019
Hobart, Australia1,522 contributions513 helpful votes
This is either the beginning or the end of Promenade Plantee (depending on which end you are on). The old viaducts and railway lines have been redeveloped into a stunning green space for all to enjoy. Under the brick archways of the viaducts is an assortment of shops selling art, jewelry, and musical instruments.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Steve B wrote a review Jun 2019
Colorado Springs, Colorado735 contributions140 helpful votes
An old elevated railway has been converted into a gorgeous linear park with great art and retail space in the arches beneath. A very enjoyable walk - so beautiful and peaceful!
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Date of experience: June 2019
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taxguru56 wrote a review Jun 2019
Vancouver, Canada44 contributions49 helpful votes
The New York Highline is amazing but I think the Viaduc des Arts may be more impressive. The mature trees and the unbelievable gardens with so many rose bushes are extraordinary. An oasis in a huge city and far away from the crowds. If you're tired of bumping elbows with all the tour groups around the major sites then take the Metro and enjoy the serenity and beauty of the highline. Simply amazing!
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Date of experience: June 2019
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honzamartinec wrote a review Apr 2019
133 contributions32 helpful votes
This place is amazing green park in the middle of the city. Nice views, great for take some snack and coffee and enjoy the food with relax.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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