As Paris opens up a bit more, the Eiffel Tower is set to see its first visitors again from tomorrow.
Access via stairs, and in a weeks’ time the lift access will be allowed too.
Please keep in mind it is compulsory to use face masks and maintain social distancing.
If you are not one of the lucky first few to visit this landmark on re-open date, take a look atour photos to fill the gap!
As we move into the “new normal” some locations in Paris are allowing visitors once more – The Arc de Triomphe, The Catacombes, and Tour Montparnasse are just a few which are now welcoming people again. Keep up to date with us here
Or take a look at Arc de Triomphe from the comfort of your home
In Paris parks and gardens have now re-opened, with people taking advantage of being able to once more enjoy the weather and fresh air after these weeks in lockdown. See more here and the latest round-up of news at our site here
With the latest news from Coronavirus, the French Government has banned public gatherings of more than 1,000 people.
This has affected multiple events, museums etc. Including: Louvre Museum, Cite des Sciences, Opera Bastille, the France v Ireland IV nations and Paris Half-marathon to name a few.
Please check out the following site for further information on cancellations or postponed dates. https://en.parisinfo.com/practical-paris/info/guides/info-disruption-paris