From the historic gardens to the dazzling view of Paris, the Tower is a must-see attraction. The first floor is partially glazed, allowing one to feel the unique sensation of walking above a void. During the winter or the summer, you can take a break on the terrace area set 57 meters above the ground. The Louvre, the Grand Palais, the loops of the Seine, Montmartre, the Invalides, Notre-Dame…, arriving on the second floor is a delight for both the eyes and the palate. It is here that the Michelin starred restaurant Le Jules Verne is nestled, as well as the Pierre Hermé Paris Macaron Bar and take-out area. Final destination: the top! Thanks to the two levels (one sheltered, the other one outdoors), you can stroll around and enjoy the unique view of the Ville Lumière at 276 meters in height while enjoying a glass of champagne. This space also allows you to admire a reconstruction of Gustave Eiffel’s office.