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Montparnasse Tower: 56th Floor Panoramic Terrace & 59th Floor Observatory

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  • With these Tour de Montparnasse tickets, get an amazing view of Paris that includes the Eiffel Tower and many of the city's other top landmarks
  • Look out at the world's most romantic city from 210 meters – you may even feel inspired to write a poem or sketch out a work of art
  • With fine dining on the 56th floor, and an open-air observatory on the 59th, the Tour Montparnasse offers the best view and some of the best food in the city

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About: Tour Montparnasse

Up above the hustle and bustle of the French capital is quite literally rarefied air. Breathe it in with a visit to Tour Montparnasse.

Built atop the Montparnasse – Bienvenüe Paris Métro station, the Tour Montparnasse features a restaurant, a terrace on the top floor, and Europe's fastest elevator. On a clear day you can see for 40 km or more.

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Sunday 09:30 - 22:30
Monday 09:30 - 22:30
Tuesday 09:30 - 22:30
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Thursday 09:30 - 22:30
Tour Montparnasse
33,Avenue du Maine, 75015, Paris
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