A View From The Eiffel Tower In Las Vegas

The Eiffel Tower has long been a favorite destination for overseas travelers to Paris. If you happen to be vacationing in Las Vegas, you may very well be staying at Paris, in which case, I would highly suggest checking out the Las Vegas version of the Eiffel Tower. This is yet another destination that provides great views of the Strip.

The Las Vegas Eiffel Tower is only half the size of the real Eiffel Tower, but it’s still quite impressive. Atop the 46 story high building, you will be able to see for miles. This is a great destination for creating memories as well as taking in the night lights of the Strip.

To get tickets you must go to the Eiffel Tower Box Office and most likely wait in line to make your purchase. You may buy tickets ahead if you purchase them online. You might even be able to find a Groupon or Living Social for a discounted price.

My husband and I went to the Eiffel Tower this past October. The line to redeem our voucher for tickets went fairly fast. We got in line for the elevator ride to the top, and suddenly, despite the line being fairly short, things slowed quite a bit. We waited about a half an hour. Only so many people can fit in the glass elevators, so the process was a little slow.

Once we made it to the top, we were glad we had bought the tickets. We went in the evening and it was dark outside. We were able to get great photos of the Strip, as well as the High Roller, which is one of my other favorite Las Vegas attractions.

After we’d had our fill of the cool night air, we were able to easily depart via glass elevator. The ride back down was almost instantaneous. I don’t know if I would spend thirty minutes waiting in line to do this a second time, but it was well worth the experience to go at least once.

For more information, or to book tickets for the Eiffel Tower Experience, please visit: https://www.caesars.com/paris-las-vegas/things-to-do/eiffel-tower#.WOVo52e1thE

 

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