A summer terrace in the colours of Paris 2024 on the 1st floor of the Eiffel Tower

Thursday 1 june 2017

From 17th June to 17th September On the theme of the candidature of Paris for the Olympic and Paralympic Games in 2024, it will receive you 57 metres high for a moment of sharing and relaxation.

A space of relaxation...

Bask in the sun, strike a pose like an athlete, take a selfie in front of the Paris 2024 logo, have a race on a stationary bike and make sure to virtually discover the Olympic sites with an immersive device developed by Orange: just some of the convivial and original moments to experience with family or friends.

The bar, open every day from 9am to 11:30pm, gives you the option of sharing a drink or an ice cream until nightfall in a location unique in the world!

...and experimentation

Orange supports the summer project of the Eiffel Tower and the candidature of Paris by allowing visitors to project themselves into the Paris of 2024. With an immersive device using the Overlap Reality® technology created by the start-up Sky Boy, visitors will be able to visualise the future Olympic sites and discover the celebration trail along the Seine, from Trocadero to La Villette.

To fully enjoy the experience, you just need to download the Immersion Paris 2024 application and point your smartphone at the large panoramic photo of Paris. An experience to share on social networks with the free wifi installed by Orange.

The Eiffel Tower operating company (SETE) assists the City Council of Paris in its welcoming of high calibre sporting competitions, with particular regards to the candidature of Paris for the 2024 Olympics.

Naturally, the Eiffel Tower, the window of Paris to the world, is working in partnership with major sporting events to help broadcast the most attractive and fun image of sport and its values.

Last year, the Tower was one of the symbols of EURO 2016. And has since housed an ice rink on the theme of ice hockey this winter, a wrestling discovery feature in May and a zip wire during the 2017 French Open.


About the Société d'Exploitation de la Tour Eiffel  (SETE)

SETE is a public-private joint venture, of which 60% of the capital is held by the City of Paris and 40% by the Department of Paris.Its board of directors is chaired by Bernard Gaudillère, councillor of Paris.The SETE, which has around 340 employees and achieved a turnover of 77.8 million euros in 2016, is directed by Anne Yannic. www.toureiffel.paris



Stairs entrance ticket: Adult - € 7 / Young people 12 to 24 years - € 5 / Children 4 to 11years - € 3


Lift tickets (1st and 2nd floors): Adult - €11 / Young people 12 to 24 years - € 8.50 / Children 4 to 11 years - € 4

Children under 4 years old visit the Eiffel Tower for free.


Reserve and buy your ticket at www.toureiffel.paris