Skip the line Louvre Entrance & Access to the Mona Lisa & Eiffel Tower 2nd floor access

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Discover the best of Paris through 3 must-see sites.

Our guide to Skip the line Louvre Entrance & Access to the Mona Lisa & Eiffel Tower 2nd floor access

The tour begins at the Louvre, considered one of the greatest museums in the world! Let yourself be escorted to the Mona Lisa without waiting in long lines and then discover the museum at your own pace during a fascinating stroll through this ancient palace, surrounded by incredible masterpieces.

Then, reach the Eiffel Tower on your own

Let yourself be charmed by the fascinating history and architecture of the Eiffel Tower. Then admire without moderation the most famous Parisian monuments on the horizon such as the Notre-Dame Cathedral, the Arc de Triomphe, the Invalides...

Moreover, you will have unlimited time to walk around and enjoy the spectacular panoramic view of the city, from the Sacré-Coeur to the Tour Montparnasse. On your way back, stop at the 1st floor to admire the spectacular glass floor located 57 meters above the ground and experience the sensation of having your feet in the air ! To complete your visit, discover Paris on the Seine with a commented cruise.

Terms and conditions

Terms and conditions for Skip the line Louvre Entrance & Access to the Mona Lisa & Eiffel Tower 2nd floor access

  • This is not a guided visit but a fast entrance activity with a host who takes you to Mona Lisa painting.
  • The Louvre Museum closes at 6 pm ( except on Friday)
  • Large bags, strollers, and umbrellas must be left in the museum cloakroom
  • Please note that this tour does not suit those with reduced mobility. Please contact our booking department to know our possible options.
  • Elevators are not available during the tour
  • The skip-the-line access is subject to the Louvre museum procedures: The Vigipirate plan, the security control or an unforeseen crowd can slow down the entrance
  • Exhibitions are not included in our tours
  • All bookings for this tour are on a request basis - please allow 72 hours to receive your tour confirmation.
  • Cancellation policy: Free cancellation up to 3 calendar days before departure (Central European Time). Beyond that period, the following fees apply: 2 calendar days prior service: 50% of tour price (Central European Time). 1 calendar days prior service: 100% of tour price (Central European Time).


Frequently Asked Questions for Skip the line Louvre Entrance & Access to the Mona Lisa & Eiffel Tower 2nd floor access


  • Are prams allowed in the Louvre?

    Prams are allowed in the Louvre Museum.  If the model of the pram is too large to be allowed in the museum lifts then prams are available to borrow from the Louvre under the Pyramid.

  • Can I use a baby carrier in the Louvre?

    Yes, however only baby carriers worn on the front of the body and not on the back are allowed into the Louvre Museum.  Front baby carriers are available for loan under the pyramid.

  • Is the tour suitable for people with reduced mobility?

    Unfortunately, the tour is not suitable for people with reduced mobility or wheelchairs and lifts are not available during this tour.


  • Am I allowed to take photos in the Louvre?

    You are permitted to capture personal photos and videos within the permanent collections. Nevertheless, please refrain from using selfie sticks, flash photography, or additional lighting. Be aware that in specific temporary exhibitions, there may be restrictions on photographing or recording particular artworks.

Facilities & Amenities

  • Are there toilets on the Eiffel Tower?

    Yes, there are toilets available on all floors of the Eiffel Tower, which are free to use.

    Baby-changing spaces are available on all floors except the top floor.

Fun Facts

  • How many stairs up the Eiffel Tower?

    In total, there are 1,665 steps leading from the base square of the Eiffel Tower to the summit. However, please note that the stairs from the 2nd floor to the top are not accessible to the general public. If you're up for the challenge, you can tackle the 674 steps from the base to the 2nd floor, which typically takes between 30 to 45 minutes to ascend, depending on your fitness level.

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