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Travel to the top of the tallest building in France, the 56th floor of the Montparnasse Tower for the best views over the romantic city of Paris!
Want to get the ultimate in panoramic views of Paris, but don’t fancy the long queues for the Eiffel Tower?
Visit the 56th floor of the Montparnasse Tower, where you’ll see the whole beautiful city spread before you.
Take in all the fabulous, famous monuments you’ve visited on your trip – or are yet to visit - including Arc de Triomphe, Musée d'Orsay, the Louvre, Sacré Coeur and the Eiffel Tower itself!
You can enjoy the views from the relaxed comfort of the enclosed viewing gallery, or ascend to the next level and the open-air terrace at the very top of the tower.
Your entry ticket includes access to the 360 Degree Cafe, photo galleries, film theatre, gift shop, interactive screens and viewing tables where you can relax and enjoy the spectacular cityscape.
Enjoy a drink at the café while the kids have fun with the audio-visual and interactive facilities!
One of the tallest building in France, the Montparnasse Tower is located in the heart of the famous Montparnasse quarter of Paris.
Open every day from early to late, you can choose whether to enjoy the panorama by daylight or at sunset for the ultimate in romance!
The ultimate in romance, and perfect for celebrating a special occasion, this Montparnasse Tower Champagne ticket includes a crisp glass of champagne to enjoy as you look out over Paris from an incredible 200m high!
From 9 July to 30 September 2019, The Montparnasse Tower Observation deck hosts the Guinguette on top, a rare opportunity to enjoy refreshing drinks and listen to live Jazz, Funk and even some experimental music 210m above the city of lights.
Important: On 3rd September 2019 the Montparnasse Tower Observation Deck will close at 10:30pm (last lift at 10pm) and will reopen on 4th September 2019 at 1pm.
Due to a Private Event on 9th September 2019 the 59th Floor Terrace will be closed from 7pm onwards.
But what exactly is a Guinguette?
Guinguettes appeared in the 18th century and were popular drinking establishments located in the suburbs of Paris (particularly alongside the river Marne) and other cities in France. Guinguettes would also serve as restaurants and, often, as dance venues. The origin of the term comes from guinguet, indicating a sour white light local wine.
For the first time ever, the highest rooftop in Paris reinvents this classic concept, moving it 210 metres above the city and making it a trendy place where visitors can enjoy the start of the evening with a cool drink in hand and some delicious nibbles.
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This summer, the Guinguette On Top is definitely the place to be!