Montparnasse Tower

Montparnasse Tower Tickets

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Montparnasse Tower
The Panoramic Floor

With the Montparnasse Tower Tickets you can experience the Panoramic floor that is surrounded by Window Walls, the Panoramic view is located on the 56th floor. In 38 seconds, you will be taken from the ground floor to 200 meters above the street level. Allowing you to experience the view of the entire city all at once with the 360° view.

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Montparnasse Tower
The Terrace

On the 59th floor you have yet another Montparnasse Tower Viewpoints which is an open-air panoramic terrace. It elevates the experience to a whole different level, it is built in a way that you can capture the most panoramic photos of the beautiful city whilst you enjoy the sunset.

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Experience the Viewpoint of Montparnasse Tower

With these Montparnasse Tower Tickets, get a bird’s eye view of Paris, including the beautiful Eiffel Tower and the city's other famous landmarks. The Panoramic view of the Montparnasse Tower on both the 56th and open-air roof terrace on the 59th floors can be experienced at every hour of the day. One of the best part is that the sky blends into different colors of nature as the sun sets and night falls in, the city lights that twinkle like the stars in the sky.

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Notre Dame
Notre Dame

Founded in 1163, Notre Dame Cathedral took 200 years to construct with the help of countless laborers. Notre Dame is a masterpiece of French gothic architecture which is perfection with a medieval design at 70 meters high, for centuries the Cathedral was the tallest building in Paris. The Cathedral of Notre Dame has an elegantly designed façade, and the soft light that pours through the delicate color of stained-glass windows.

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Eiffel Tower
The Eiffel Tower

The Eiffel Tower is the tallest skyscraper and one of the most famous historic landmarks and attractions of Paris and one of the most-visited monuments in the world. Also known as the Iron Lady for its design and beauty that amuses us during the day, and at night, the whole city is lit by the sparkling lights of the Tower. With 2 floors and a summit where you can enjoy champagne.

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Basilique du Sacré-Coeur
Basilique du Sacré-Coeur

Created as a symbol of “Hope” after the Franco-Prussian war, making The Sacré-Coeur Basilica is one of the most important historical landmarks. Sacré-Coeur is a Byzantine-Romanesque style Basilique that has multiple domes that resemble layers of cake and a mosaic ceiling. These structures welcomes the believers into the sanctuary making it one of the largest mosaics in the world. Sacré-Coeur also offers a panoramic view and on a clear day, you can get lucky enough to get a cityscape view of the city.

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Louvre Pyramid
Louvre Museum

The Louvre Museum is the world’s largest museum packed with thousands of artworks. The magnificent buildings of Denon, Richelieu, and Sully wings were once palaces of the French kings. With over 70 rooms in each wing, those display paintings, and arts, and the halls are filled with beautiful sculptures which makes it almost impossible to complete the tour of this museum even in a week. Visiting the Louvre becomes a must if you wish to see the masterpiece Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci.

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Arc De Triomphe
Arc De Triomphe

One of the most popular monuments in Paris is the Arc De Triomphe means the Triumphal Arch of the Star. This monument was made in honor of all the soldiers that fought and lost their lives in the French Revolution and Napoleonic Wars. Their names and inspiring quotes can be seen inscribed on the outer and inner walls of the monument under which the tombs of the unknown soldiers lie.

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Palais Garnier Opera House
Palais Garnier Opera House

Palais Garnier Opera House is one of the most impressively renowned landmarks located in Paris symbolizing the opulence of the Second Empire commissioned by Napoleon III and is indeed a luxurious architectural delight. As you enter the Opera Garnier, you spot the 7 tones pure bronze chandelier hanging from the ceiling with every element showcasing statues, carvings, and sculptures. Opera Garnier is a masterpiece in itself and the massive auditorium with the scarlet red and golden seating arrangements can accommodate up to 450+ artists at once.

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Plan Your Visit to Montparnasse Tower

Montparnasse Tower is open for visit 365 days, with its fastest elevator will uplift you from the ground floor to an eye-catching 360° view from the panoramic rooftop terrace. Head over to the 59th floor and the 56th floor, where you will have various viewpoints, films, and interactive activities that for sure will make your visit to Paris more exciting.

Make sure to charge your phones, and power banks and carry your Cameras handy as you wouldn’t want to miss capturing the site of the Eiffel Tower standing tall in the crowds of the city, Notre Dame, and other amazing historical monuments. Montparnasse is assured to bless you with one of the best views you may have ever seen in your life. The memories that you may take away from your visit to Paris and cherish for the rest of your years to come. This could be one of the best spots where you can start your day with a view that gives you a glimpse of the city at its best.

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How To Reach
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Montparnasse Tower is located 5.8 kilometers away from the Paris airport. You could travel via:

By Train: · You can take the train from Aeroport Charles De Gaulle 2 TGV that will take you directly to Gare Montparnasse in 61minutes. · You can take the train from Aeroport Charles De Gaulle 2 TGV to Saint-Michel-Notre-Dame and take a bus from there to Gare Montparnasse, which will take you 62minutes.

By Bus: · You can take a bus from the Aéroport Roissy CDG T2 to Gare Montparnasse, which will take you 62 minutes.

By Cab: · You can hire a cab from Aéroport Roissy CDG T2 to Gare Montparnasse if you prefer to travel solo which will take you only 31 minutes.

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Fun Facts about Montparnasse Tower

Montparnasse Tower
  1. For almost about 40 years, the Montparnasse Tower was the tallest skyscraper in France and the second tallest skyscraper on the frontiers of France.

  2. The construction work that began in 1969 lasted until 1973, the Montparnasse tower is known to be one of the oldest towers that Paris possesses.

  3. Even though tourists from all across the globe get thrilled wanting to experience the panoramic view from the Montparnasse Tower, the Persians on the other hand are not much fond of it themselves.

  4. There is a Restaurant on the top floor of the Montparnasse Tower to make sure that the visitors get to relax and experience the exquisite French cuisine that it has to offer along with a glass of champagne.

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FAQs

Can you go up to Montparnasse Tower?

With the Montparnasse Tower Tickets, you can access the 56th floor via an elevator which is known to be one of the fastest elevators in Europe. However, the 59th floor is accessible on foot via the 3-floor climb and experience the best view that the city of Paris has to offer.

Is Montparnasse Tower open to the public?

Yes, the Montparnasse Tower is officially open to welcome the public 365 days a year. Although the timings in different seasons may vary, the Montparnasse Tower is a tour you can plan any time of the year with family and friends without any worry.

What are the famous monuments that can be seen from Montparnasse Tower?

You can capture the stunning panoramic view from the Montparnasse Tower observation deck and experience the famous historic monuments, districts, and other important buildings. One of the spectacular views of the Eiffel Tower, Place Bastille, Les Invalides, Sacré-Cœur, and many more famous Parisian landmarks.

Why should I book Montparnasse Tower tickets?

If you are someone who loves cityscapes and admiring the city from one of the best viewpoints, you need to get yourself the Montparnasse Tower tickets. Visitors can enjoy the aerial view of the city whilst you relax and unwind on the rooftop of the Montparnasse Tower. It’s recommended to purchase the Montparnasse Tower tickets online so you can skip the queues and enjoy a little more.

What time does Montparnasse Tower close?

The Montparnasse Tower timings are: From April 1st-September 31st, the Observation deck is open Every day from 9:30 am to 11:30 pm. From October 1st – March 31t, the Observation deck is open between Sunday – Thursday from 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. and Friday – Saturday from 9:30 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.

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