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Eiffel Tower Experience

A trip to Las Vegas can be a trip around the world, as many casinos are themed, exploring everything from Ancient Egypt to modern European cities.
The theme of Paris Las Vegas is based on the famous French city, reproducing in detail the streets and buildings of the city. Of course, if the aim is to reproduce the main sights of Paris, the The Eiffel Tower could not be missing.

At half its original height, the replica of the The Eiffel Tower in Las Vegas is 140 meters tall, equivalent to a 45-story building. As in the French city, the top of the tower is an excellent place to enjoy the city. Although cited as a romantic destination for couples, the place is enjoyed by a wide range of tourists, accompanied or not.
Located in the busiest part of Strip, avenue where the main casinos are located, the Eiffel Tower Experience offers a lookout point and a panoramic elevator that allows you to admire the view on the way to the top. From the top of the tower you can see the valley where Vegas is located, the grandeur of the casinos, the natural beauty of the region and even the planes taking off from the airport.
For those who want to enjoy the landscape more intensely, it is advisable to go in the late afternoon, witnessing the beauty of the city in daylight, during sunset and at dusk, where the neon lights add more color glamour to the avenue.

For a more refined experience, you can dine in the restaurant located on the 11th floor of the tower, which is very popular and only accepts customers with reservations.


Eiffel Tower Experience

Paris Las Vegas
3655 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV, 89109
(702) 946-7000

Open daily between 09:30 and 00:30.

Tickets can be purchased at the box office and at the Eiffel Tower store. To find out the prices, click here!


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