Make Air Ticket Booking in Advance to Enjoy the Most of Europe and France

Paris, the capital of France, is a city that witnesses a surge of tourists from across the globe each year. This city has a rich artistic culture that can be seen its historical monuments, buildings and churches. Amongst all these, one attraction that enjoys the highest footfall every day is the Eiffel Tower, which was built in the year 1889. Also referred to as the Iron Lady, this icon of France has a height of 984 foot. If you are planning a tour of Europe, then a visit to this country must include in your itinerary and especially, the Eiffel Tower. You can book air tickets international flights to this country on leading travel websites.

History

By the end of 1800s, the French wanted to build a special monument to commemorate the centennial of the French Revolution. Designs from many architects were received by the government, and from them the design submitted by Alexandre Gustave Eiffel was chosen. His proposal was to build the tallest structure in the world of that time. A structural wonder, this monument is visited by millions every year with most being international visitors.

There are three levels on this tower; however, only the first two are open for public. There are 300 steps from the ground to the first level and the same number of steps from first to the second level. Those who do no wish to use the steps can go for the lift service. The first and second levels comprise restaurants from where you can enjoy French delicacies, besides the panoramic view of the city.

If you are planning a trip to this city, then do look for package deals of Europe as those will be a great option to travel in this spectacular country. Alternatively, you can make air ticket booking in advance to different places of Europe for a worry-free tour.

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