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The Best Views Of The Eiffel Tower

Eiffel Tower is definitely the most popular monument in Paris and stands like a bijou, ready for tourists to take a picture with her . But while everyone is searching for that perfect spot to take the most perfect shoot, we have made it easier for you ! Below we have listed some of the best places that will offer outstanding views of the Eiffel Tower. Of course, there are plenty of places in Paris that will offer a glimpse of her, but these spots guarantee unforgettable, postcard-perfect views.

1. The Champ De Mars

This large space is a gathering place for families and visitors to the city alike. The manicured garden is full of flowering trees and flowers in blossom. Photographing the Eiffel Tower in early spring with cherry blossoms or magnolias in the forefront is a thrill for any photographer. The Champ de Mars is also a classic spot to take in fireworks, such as on Bastille Day, but be sure to secure your spot with a picnic blanket early in the day.

2. A Seine River Cruise

Experiencing a cruise on the Seine is a highlight of any trip to Paris. You will have to decide if you prefer to take the cruise during the day or in the evening.

3. The Montparnasse Tower Observation Deck

The panorama of Paris from the Montparnasse Tower is unforgettable. The Eiffel Tower, Sacre-Coeur, and Les Invalides are laid out before you. There is also an open-air panoramic terrace above the 56th floor. Order a glass of champagne with your evening view of the sparkling Iron Lady.

4. Le Printemps Haussmann

Le Printemps Haussmann, one of the oldest department stores in Paris, has a fantastic 360-degree panoramic view of Paris. The department store is a high-end shopping experience behind a facade that is a designated historical monument and includes a brasserie under a stunning glass dome. Head to the 8th floor for stunning views of Paris and the Eiffel Tower.

5. On Rue Saint-Dominique

The best viewing spot is near the corner of Rue Saint-Dominique and Boulevard de la Tour-Maubourg. But the entire street is a thrill, as the Eiffel Tower peeks out from between cafes, bookstores, and is standing right before you at the end of the street! Take your time and browse the boutiques or stop at a cafe. It’s a fun street to explore.

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