The first tourist attraction most people want to visit when on a family holiday in Paris is the Eiffel Tower which was built by Gustave Eiffel for the 1889 World Fair, held to commemorate the centennial of the Revolution. The world’s tallest, at 320m, until it was eclipsed by Manhattan’s Chrysler Building some four decades later as a temporary exhibit for the 1889 Exposition Universelle World Fair. Luckily, the tower’s popularity assured its survival beyond the fair, and its elegant art nouveau webbed-metal design has become the defining fixture of the city’s skyline. It is a magnificent construction leading to attracting more and more number of visitors and tourists all around the world to visit it. As it being a part of one of the Seven Wonders of the World, The Eiffel Tower in the 7th arrondissement is the world’s most famous monument and the most famous landmark in Paris. The hearty like to climb the stairs or others take the elevator or stay below to view the working gears. Temporary exhibits come and go—Dining at the exclusive Jules Verne restaurant managed by celebrity chef Alain Ducasse is an international destination for culinary travelers and others can enjoy the more casual restaurants and the most crowded Champagne Bar at the top. But universally all enjoy the sight of this 1,023-foot-tall landmark built for the Paris World’s Fair in 1889.
The Eiffel Tower has lift and elevators moving up and down the north, west and east pillars to the tower’s three platforms (57m, 115m and 276m). Change lifts on the 2nd level for the final ascent to the top, from where views extend up to 60km and even there is a wheel chair access to the 1st and 2nd levels of the beautiful Tower. The feeling of exploration of the tower on foot, one can take the south pillar’s 1665 stairs as far as the 2nd level. Pre book tickets online to avoid monumentally long ticket queues will help in exploration without any disturbance.
The Eiffel tower consists of various refreshment options inside the tower which include on the 1st-level there is a restaurant named 58 Tour Eiffel. It is at 58 meters above the ground and hence derived its name as Le 58 Tour Eiffel Restaurant. It offers a variety of traditional French dishes. Breezy Windows in the Le 58 Tour Eiffel restaurant not only provide us a chance to relish with Trocadero of Paris, but also to enjoy the metallic design of the Eiffel tower from inside. The restaurant is open for lunch from 11.30 am to 5.30 pm and dinner from 6.30 pm to 9 pm.
The sublime 2nd-level consists of Le Jules Verne Restaurant. Le Jules Verne Restaurant is a mouth-watering and a cozy decorated restaurant located on the Eiffel Tower’s second floor. It is a traditional gastronomic French restaurant which is run by a world famous chef, Alain Ducasee. Views of the Paris city is scintillating from Le Jules Verne and the fare for dining is worthy, though it is quite expensive. This restaurant is also always booked even in weekdays, so we suggest you to reserve your bookings few weeks in advance.
And, at the top, the new bar a Champagne. Champagne is the perfect way to toast the evening in Paris, at top the most emblematic of monuments in Paris there is a refined and elegant setting which can be equal to enjoy a unique moment, with friends or with someone special for a truly romantic moment. Located on the top floor of the tower on the southern side of the summit level, tucked away in the former architect’s office, is the Bar a Champagne which is really a counter.
The Champagne Bar is an ideal spot to take an elegant and original break. Tucked into the structure of the tower, the bar offers a selection of pink or white Champagne, served perfectly chilled, to enjoy while contemplating the panoramic view: unique in the world.
Alain Ducasse, who is the talented and famous Michelin starred chef that oversees the cuisine of the Jules Verne restaurant that selects the White champagnes for the Champagne bar. The pink champagnes they are from the Bruno Paillard champagne house, which is one of very few champagne houses to use first press in all his French wines, which is why this particular company has been chosen, and although first press wines are more expensive, this also provides the customer with the best possible champagne experience.
The bar can be proved as a favorite spot for honeymooners. The hourly sparkles of the Eiffel Tower probably matches the sparkles in the champagne. When poured into one of two types of flutes which is like bubble light ups.The cost of champagne ranges from 10 euros to 20 euros, depending on type and if you want the illuminated flute. The champagnes are served in 10cl measures in either a classical glass or for even more of an experience you can opt for an illuminated glass. And as of 2012 a glass of the white champagne is a cost of €10 or €15 in an illuminated glass and the pink champagne is €15 for the classic and €20 for an illuminated glass, and as you can no doubt appreciate, this can definitely be a great experience for a holiday in Paris, France and a unique way of celebrating a special occasion, even if you do have a limited budget.
This Bar is very famous of it being one of a kind and serves with a romantic pleasure specially in the chilling evening where the couples in love can share a sip of sparkling champagne and fall in love with the scenic beauty of Paris and Eiffel tower at the very same moment and end their lovely trip on a higher note of celebration in the honor of their Love in Paris.