Eiffel Tower Dinner, Seine River Cruise and the Moulin Rouge
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A fantastic Parisian evening
Spend a fabulous evening in Paris with a classic meal on the Eiffel Tower, a delightful cruise along the Seine River to see the heart of the city lit up, and the fairytale show at the Moulin Rouge with a glass or 1/2 bottle of champagne.
Our guide to Eiffel Tower Dinner, Seine River Cruise and the Moulin Rouge
Your evening starts with dinner at Madame Brasserie on the first floor of the Eiffel Tower -190 feet above ground level and the large bay windows of the restaurant afford views over the city to one side and the interior of the Tower to the other.
Madame Brasserie is a contemporary brasserie and your ticket includes a three-course menu dinner with drinks. Although the choice is limited, the food is of superb quality and the views of Paris are fantastic.
Once you have finished your meal, you will be taken to your river cruise which departs from the base of the Eiffel Tower.
Set against a backdrop of the Paris Illuminations, including close-up views of the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame Cathedral and the Louvre Museum, this leisurely one-hour cruise is a great way to see Paris at night.
Afterwards, head to the heart of Paris' nightlife, Montmartre, and the Moulin Rouge with its world-famous French Can Can!
You'll experience Moulin Rouge's "Feerie" show and the essence of Parisian cabaret. A troupe of 100 artists, including 60 legendary Doriss Girl dancers, will entertain you dressed in exotic costumes of feathers, rhinestones and sequins.
The sumptuous sets and vibrant light show of "Feerie" provide a colourful backdrop for brilliantly choreographed performances on moving staircases, in a gigantic aquarium, on swings and in garden settings.
Sample Set Menu (subject to change without notice)
- Dubarry cream of cauliflower cream soup, crispy tofu, french caviar
- Crab, fine celery, green apple and coriander cream
- Chicory salad, fresh goat's cheese, smoked duck breast, walnut oil vinaigrette
- Beef Bourguignon, mashed potatoes, Bordelaise sauce
- Free-range corn-fed chicken, spinach and mushroom cannelloni au gratin
- Lightly seared sea bass fillet, fennel risotto with dill, orange beurre blanc sauce
- Tatin-style confit apple, buckwheat crumble and crème fraîche
- Dark chocolate ice cream profiterole, Gianduja sauce
- Chestnut mandarin Mont-Blanc cake
Drinks - 1 glass of champagne, 2 glasses of wine, 1/2 bottle still or sparkling water, coffee or tea
Vegetarian and children options are available on request.
Varies, please refer to the calendar
Approximately 6 hours.
Tours depart from Place de Sydney 75015 Paris, a 3-minute walk from the Eiffel Tower - meet your representative with a Paris City Vision sign.
Terms and conditions
Terms and conditions for Eiffel Tower Dinner, Seine River Cruise and the Moulin Rouge
- There is not enough time allocated for visitors to go to the "top" of the Eiffel Tower. Queuing can take a long time, therefore it is suggested to return to the Eiffel Tower on another day
- Not wheelchair accessible
- Not recommended for children aged 16 and under
- You will be provisionally booked to see the Moulin Rouge Show at 11 pm. Occasionally, the 11 pm show will be fully booked so in replacement you will see the 9 pm show. In this case, you will be given a voucher to enjoy the Seine cruise on another night.
- Please note other than small handbags, voluminous luggage, backpacks, suitcases etc. will not be accepted in the venue nor in the cloakroom. Anyone who does not respect this measure will be denied access to the Moulin Rouge.
- At the Moulin Rouge guests are required to wear smart dress. No shorts, jeans or sneakers.
- Due to its popularity, you should expect to wait in line at the Moulin Rouge before gaining access. The Moulin Rouge does not grant priority access to anyone. The seats are allocated 1 hour before performance time. No individual show tickets are issued.
- Once booked tickets are non-refundable.
Frequently Asked Questions for Eiffel Tower Dinner, Seine River Cruise and the Moulin Rouge
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.
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.
How do I get to the Eiffel Tower on public transport?
The Eiffel Tower is accessible from various public transport lines.
By Metro :
Line 9 (Pont de Sévres – Montreuil Town Hall: Trocadéro stop)
Line 6 (Nation – Charles de Gaulle Etoile: Bir-Hakeim stop)
Line 8 (Balard – Créteil: Ecole Militaire stop)
Line C (Versailles / Saint Quentin en Yvelines - Anthony / Massy Palaiseau: Champ de Mars stop - Eiffel Tower)
By Bus :
Bus 82, stops: “Eiffel Tower” or “Montessuy”
Bus 30, stop: “Eiffel Tower”
Bus 86, stop: “Champ de Mars”
Bus 69, stop: “Champ de Mars”
Bus 72, stop: “Pont d 'Iena'
All of these stops allow you to access the Eiffel Tower on foot in just a few minutes.
Clothing & Accessories
What is the dress code in the Moulin Rouge?
Elegant attire is required in the Moulin Rouge (a tie and jacket are not mandatory): no shorts, no flip-flops, no running shoes, no sportswear and no open shoes for Gentlemen.
You will also be asked to remove your hat or cap (if wearing) when you enter the venue.
What is Moulin Rouge?
The Moulin Rouge is a world-famous cabaret venue based in Montmartre, Paris which has been around since 1889. It is widely regarded as the birthplace of the can-can dance and is still an iconic and popular venue for visitors to Paris each year, hosting 2 shows a night.