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Worth every penny. We had a great guide called Louise. Very informative and enjoyable tour.
Such an amazing insight of the 'behind' scenes.
Highly recommend - you won't be disappointed
Great tour... knowledgeable guide... we really enjoyed the tour.... Definitely worth it!
Well worth doing, our tour guide was there to meet us and was very friendly. Not having to line up was fantastic, we really got value for money I will certainly use this site again to book tours, very easy to use.
Our guide on this tour Emile was truly amazing. He added little interesting tidbits every now and then that we're great.
We have told everyone about this adventure and highly recommend it to anyone going to Paris. I truly do not look at the Eiffle Tower the same way knowing what I know now!
It was really interesting to see the inner workings of the tower.
Brilliant - knowledgeable guide, interesting back stage view of the inner workings of the tower and it's history and a trip to the second level - excellent value.
This tour was very informative, learnt loads about the tower itself that you don't get just going up it. Getting to see the bunker and engine room was interesting too. Would recommend it to anyone thinking of going to Paris.
Lu Lu (Louise) was great and knew her stuff! The tour is phenomenal in that you don't get just the typical skip the line tour. You really get a sense of the history of the Eiffel Tower. Wish we could have seen more of the bunker, especially the wine cellar (off limits - aaahhh)! The lift system is awesome to see in action (even if you are not an engineer) and of course, going to the second level was a photographer's panaoramic dream.
Very interesting. And informative tour. Guide was fantastic.
This was a great tour - how many people actually know what lies beneath the Champ de Mars and how the towers' lifts work? Louise (Lulu) was a charming guide and related the history of the tower wonderfully. Well worth doing - beware the pickpockets in the area (don't engage with them when they ask you to sign petitions etc - it's just a rouse to catch you off guard).
It was interesting to find out about the underground bunker and the tower. I was unaware that the bunker existed. As the tower was crowded with August tourists, it really helped to be on a tour otherwise I would probably not have bothered to go up to the 2nd floor. I did not know that the tour was used for very practical war reasons and broadcasting. A great view of Paris and a well informed guide.