Eiffel Tower Dinner and Seine River Cruise tickets
A wonderful Parisian experience...
Enjoy French cuisine and wonderful views over Paris as you dine at Madame Brasserie on the first floor of the Eiffel Tower before joining a relaxing river cruise along the Seine past some of the city’s magical illuminated landmarks.
Our guide to Eiffel Tower Dinner and Seine River Cruise
Your evening starts with dinner on the first floor of the Eiffel Tower. Taste the local and responsible cuisine of Chef Thierry Marx at the "Madame Brasserie" restaurant.
Your ticket includes a three-course set menu dinner with drinks. Although the choice is limited, the food is of a good quality and the views are unsurpassed.
You will have the opportunity to stroll around the tower and enjoy the views before and during dinner and 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 the perfect way to end your evening.
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.
Please note, that you will be seated with other tour guests at dinner – so although this is a memorable and very popular experience, it is not recommended for a private romantic evening. All guests will seated at tables of 6 - 8 people, a table for two is not available. There is not enough time allocated for visitors to go to the "top" of the Eiffel Tower. If you wish to visit the top of the Eiffel Tower it is recommended you visit on another day.
- Around 4 hours including a 60-minute cruise.
- PLACE DE SYDNEY 75015 Paris. Place de Sydney is at the corner of Avenue de Suffren and Rue Jean Rey.
- 6 pm
Frequently Asked Questions for Eiffel Tower Dinner and Seine River Cruise
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.