The Second Floor of Eiffel Tower


Welcome to the second floor of the Eiffel tower, the last stop before getting to the top of the tower.

At the height of 377 feet above the Esplanade, the Eiffel Tower’s second floor offers you a blissful experience bundled with amazements.

You can see France’s capital city from this floor in all its splendor.

Enjoy an unobstructed view of Paris’s famous monuments, including the Louvre, Palais, Montmartre, Notre dame and Invalides.

The Parisian skyline from this floor looks stunning during the sunsets and at night, with the city shimmering in lights.

Top Attractions

The second floor of the Eiffel Tower is famous for its height above the ground and the splendid view it provides over the Paris skyline.

The floor also houses some famous sites not to be missed on your trip to the Eiffel tower.

The Jules Verne Restaurant

eiffel tower's jules verne restaurant

The Jules Verne restaurant, located on the second floor of the tower, is known for its best dining experience.

Alain Ducasse, a Michelin-star chef, runs this restaurant at a height of 377 feet in the sky.

Their traditional French cuisine is what makes Jules Verne a must-see restaurant on your trip to the Eiffel Tower.

The Observation deck

eiffel tower observation deck

The Observation deck on the second floor of the tower is the most famous spot of the Eiffel Tower among tourists.

This huge observation tower deck provides the best stunning view over Champ-de-Mars, Quai Branly, and Trocadéro.

Restaurants and Shops

eiffel tower restaurant

You can find buffets on the Esplanade, 1st floor, and 2nd floor, where you can grab a bite and be on your trip. 

Check out the “La Verriere” boutique on the tower’s 2nd floor; within their transparent walls, they house the largest collection of replicas of the Eiffel Tower.

Seine Gift Shop is a place known for its unique souvenirs with laser engraving on glass and accessories.

It’s one of the must-visit places for tourists visiting the Eiffel Tower.

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