Private Investigations in Paris, France by highly trained Private Detectives Wilsons Consultancy Investigations is based at 192 rue de Vaugirard, 75015 Paris. Our offices are a short walk from the Eiffel Tower and therefore we are easy to find
The Eiffel Tower (La Tour Eiffel) is one of the iconic structures in the world, visited by over 7 million people annually, making it the most visited paid attraction. The Eiffel Tower is named after the engineer Gustave Eiffel, whose organization designed and constructed the tower. He also designed the framework of another popular monument – the Statue of Liberty. An interesting fact about the tower is that Eiffel engraved 72 names of French scientists, mathematicians and engineers on this tower to accredit their contributions.
Visitors can take the stairs or elevator up to the three levels of observation decks and restaurants in the tower for great views of Paris. The two restaurants in the tower are Le 58 Tour Eiffel and Le Jules Verne. The Eiffel Tower is a world famous landmark that can be seen from all around Paris.
There are around 1,665 steps that lead to the top of the tower. Alternatively, the elevators installed in the tower may be used to reach the top of the tower. There are several lifts in the tower. One of the lifts goes up to the second floor from the ground floor. Two sets of Duo-lifts connect the second floor to the top. There are five more lifts in the tower, one on each pillar and one private lift that leads to the “Jules Verne” restaurant.
There are three levels in this iron lattice tower for public visits. The third level observatory’s upper platform is at a height of 279.11 m (915.7 ft). You have to climb 300 steps to reach from ground level to the first level. To reach the second level, you have to climb 300 steps from the first level. The third and the highest levels also have stairs, but the public can only access these levels by lift.
The tower has become one of the prominent landmarks of Paris and has also been featured in many movies.
Christmas is the most beautiful time to visit the Eiffel Tower. While the entire city of Paris shines in the Christmas light and the tower sparkles bright at night, this picturesque destination seems magical. Moreover, the seasonal ice skating rinks are installed in Paris during Christmas.
The immense popularity of the Eiffel Tower has generated some of the best gift ideas in the form of the Eiffel Tower favors, figurine, floor lamp, cup holder, bedding, zippo bottle opener, knife, pajamas, charm, pillow, blanket, puzzle, poster, balloons, bracelet, games, cake, centerpieces, etc.
March 3, 2015 : Unidentified drones have been seen flying over Paris during the past few weeks. According to the French police, the drones have been seen flying over nuclear facilities, embassies, government buildings and the Eiffel tower. Police had spotted a drone flying over Sainte-Assise naval communications on Saturday. A helicopter was sent to the area but could not find the intruder. France is on a high alert following the shooting in Paris that left 20 people dead.
A race to the third floor of the Eiffel Tower will be held for the first time in the history of the Tower on 20 March 2015. 61 runners, of which 41 are elite athletes, have been invited to race each other to the third floor observation deck. Races, where competitors need to race to the top of a monument, are gaining popularity and are called ‘vertical races’. These races have been held at Eiffel Tower in the 1900s- but participants then, would run only to the second floor. This is the first time that competitors will run all the 1665 steps to the top. The event, aptly named La Vertical de la Tour Eiffel, will kick off the Eco Trail de Paris- a weekend of running marathons at various venues across the city. Among the runners is Napoléon Woo, who owns the Wok n’ Roll Restaurant in Quebec City.
On 8 January 2015,Thursday, Eiffel Tower cut off its light at 8 p.m. as a somber tribute to all those who had died the day before in the terrorist attack on the office of the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo . Thursday was declared a day of national mourning by French President Francois Hollande. This is the fifth time in the last fifty years that a day of national mourning has been declared in France
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