Start Location: Anvers Metro Station, Paris, 75018, FR
Start Location Notes: Anvers Metro Station. Meet in front of the information kiosk labeled "Paris Tourisme" directly across from the staircase down into the metro station.
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End Location: Second floor of the Eiffel Tower, (Eiffel Tower), Paris, 75007, FR
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No. Your tickets for the Seine Cruise are flexible and can be used for any boat departing from the Eiffel Tower at any time during your vacation
Seeing all of Paris in a single day is pretty tiring. We do leave time for a lunch break during which you can rest and our guides are always very conscious to pace our tours to suit your group. For guests with a normal fitness level and good health, it won’t be too much but if someone in your party has issues with mobility or fitness, we would recommend that you take our Louvre tour and our Île de la Cité tour on different days. This will not cover all of the sites from our Paris In A Day tour but will include the most important highlights
The tour does not include the last floor of the tower, however, you can absolutely buy a ticket on your own. To do so, you will have to go down the tower after the tour, wait in line, and buy a third floor ticket (25€/person). You will then be able to take the elevator to the second floor, and then a second elevator to reach the last floor.
To ensure the safety of visitors, French authorities are enforcing security measures upon entry to the Louvre, the Eiffel Tower and the Pompidou Center. Suitcases, luggage, and larger bags are not allowed inside. Only bags smaller than 55cm x 35cm x 20cm are permitted. Please accept our apologies for any delay or inconvenience caused by extra security checks.
Photography is allowed; however, selfie sticks nor professional photography equipment, such as tripods, are allowed.
Closed bottled water is allowed, food is forbidden inside the visited sites.
Dress code at Catholic churches and religious sites (such as the catacombs) requires that both women and men cover their shoulders and knees. In summer we recommend that men wear t-shirts and long shorts that cover their knees. For women, if you are wearing a strapless top or dress, bring a cardigan. If you are wearing shorts, we recommend bringing a sarong to wrap around you inside.
Unfortunately, the route we use on our Louvre Tour is not fully wheelchair accessible.
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