The landmark in front of you is so tall, it almost feels like it's reaching the skies. You lean your head back and look up, it seems massive when you're standing on the ground, just gazing at it. Once inside you tilt your head forward and look down - and what a view!
The slender monument, the Eiffel Tower, is a symbol of Paris and located in the heart of the city and in the hearts of the people. This makes perfect sense, as you look over the city's rooftops and down at the streets below, which look like small lines from here. The view creates a very detailed image of Paris from this panoramic point of view.
Before visiting this landmark created by Gustave Eiffel back in 1889, you have the pleasure of experiencing sightseeing through the city on a bus tour. On the bus you see the Notre Dame Cathedral, the Louvre Museum, Musée d'Orsay, Arc de Triomphe and Hôtel des Invalides, just to name a few of the amazing monuments of Paris. This way you don't only discover some of the greatest monuments and famous neighborhoods up close, but also from the highest building in the city.
If there are children along for the ride on the bus, they are in for a real treat! In their own way, they will discover Paris by listening to Maurice and Lulu the dogs. They tell the children fun stories about great French figures. It's very entertaining and will make children enjoy this city tour as much as their parents.