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Champagne Bar at Eiffel Tower – a complete guide


The Eiffel Tower is one of the most fascinating landmarks in the world, known for its breathtaking views and romantic atmosphere.

It’s no wonder that people worldwide dream of visiting this magnificent structure.

While it’s hard to imagine a more luxurious combination than sipping champagne while taking in the enchanting view of the Eiffel Tower, thanks to the Champagne Bar at Eiffel Tower, that fantasy has become a reality.

After all, it is the highest bar in Paris.

Where is Champagne Bar

Where is Champagne Bar

The Champagne Bar is located on the top floor (third floor) of the Eiffel Tower. It is also known as the Summit Level.

The Bar offers visitors a chance to enjoy a glass of champagne while taking in the panoramic views of Paris from about 276 meters (906 feet) above the ground.

How to reach Champagne Bar

To get to the Champagne Bar, visitors need to go through the first and the second floors of the Eiffel Tower.

You can take an elevator from the ground level to the second floor or take the stairs up to the second level.

From the second floor, all visitors must take the elevator to the Summit level, which is where you will find the Bar.

You need Eiffel Tower tickets to get to the bar.

Steps of Eiffel Tower

Eiffel Tower tickets with access to the bar

While no reservation is needed for the Champagne Bar, you need Eiffel Tower tickets to get there.

You must select between two tickets to reach the bar on the Summit Level and sip a drink at the highest point in Paris.

Summit access with elevator

This Eiffel Tower summit ticket helps you visit the 1st, 2nd, and Summit floors by elevator.

Even though it is not a guided tour, you will get a local host who will pick you up from the meeting point and accompany you to the 2nd floor.

You can spend as much time as you like taking in the views.

Cost of ticket (4+ years): €65

Stairs up to 2nd floor + Elevator

This Eiffel Tower ticket is ideal for travelers with a sense of adventure.

On this guided tour, you will climb 674 steps to the second floor, which usually takes 35 to 45 minutes.

The entertaining guide walks the steps with you and points out the Arc de Triomphe, Notre Dame Cathedral, Seine River, Champs-Élysées, and many other Paris monuments.

The guide leaves you on the second floor, after which you take an elevator to get to the Champagne Bar on the Summit floor.

Cost of tickets

Adult (12+ years): €77
Child (4 to 11 years): €62
Infant (up to 3 years): Free

Besides this bar, the Eiffel Tower has many other outlets for food and drinks. Jules Verne and Madame Brasserie offer fine dining experiences, while Macaroon Bar and the various buffets offer on-the-go options. Each venue offers a unique way to enhance your visit with a taste of French indulgence.

Where to buy Champagne Bar entry tickets

Since the Eiffel Tower is one of the world’s most popular tourist spots, you can expect long queues.

During peak season, these queues can result in even two-hour-long waiting times.

That’s why we suggest you get your tickets online.

When you book your tickets in advance, they will be time-stamped so that you can easily plan out the rest of your tour. 

Online tickets are also cheaper because you don’t pay a ‘ticketing window surcharge.’  

What’s better to reach the bar – Lifts or stairs?
Climbing the stairs to the second floor of the Eiffel Tower is a perfect Parisian experience for those in good physical condition. When you take the stairs, you enjoy stunning views of Paris and get some workout done. Eiffel Tower stairs tickets are also cheaper than lift tickets. Choosing to take the stairs can help you avoid lengthy queues for the elevators. However, we highly recommend elevators for families with young children or babies and individuals who face challenges climbing stairs.

What gets served at Champagne Bar

With an impressive selection of many different champagnes, guests can indulge in a glass of their favorite bubbly while taking in the stunning panoramic cityscape views of the “City of Lights,” including landmarks such as the Seine River, the Notre Dame, Arc de Triomphe, and the Louvre Museum.

Whether you’re a champagne connoisseur or teetotaller, the Eiffel Tower’s Champagne Bar has something for everyone.

While the space constraints don’t allow luxurious seating in the Bar, an attentive staff dedicated to exceptional service will cater to you.

Champagne & Caviar

2 glasses of Champagne + Caviar @ €69
(Champagne Moët & Chandon Imperial brut or Rosé 120 ml (12 cl) & Caviar Kaviari 15g

White Champagne

Coupe Champagne Moët & Chandon Imperial brut 120 ml (12 cl) @ €22

Rosé Champagne

Champagne glass Moët & Chandon Imperial rosé 120 ml (12cl) @ €25

Soft drinks

Lorina Artisanal lemonade (330 ml, 33 cl) @ €5
Evian Mineral water (500 ml, 50 cl) @ €3.50
Badoit Sparkling water (500 ml, 50cl) @ €4

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New look of Champagne Bar

Recently, the Champagne Bar on top of Paris’ most popular attraction got an upgrade.

Champagne Bar entry tickets
The earlier look of Champagne Bar. Image: Restaurants-Toureiffel.com
New Look of Champagne Bar
The new look of the bar at the Summit Level. Image: Toureiffel.paris

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FAQs about the Champagne Bar Eiffel Tower

Here are some frequently asked questions about the Eiffel Tower bar.

What are the hours of Champagne Bar?

The Bar is open during the Eiffel Tower’s opening hours—from 9.30 am to 10.45 pm every day of the week. 

Is the bar accessible to people in wheelchairs?

While the first and second floors of the Eiffel Tower are wheelchair-friendly, with elevators and other amenities in place, the top is not accessible to them for safety reasons.

What is the best time to visit the Eiffel Tower’s Champagne Bar?

If you want to avoid the queue, early mornings or late evenings are the best times to go to the bar on the Eiffel Tower. Mornings offer the best views, while late evenings are the most romantic.

Is the Champagne Bar at the Eiffel Tower worth it?

You don’t get to sip champagne daily at the highest point in Paris. A sensational bird’s-eye view of the City of Lights and a delicious drink are truly memorable and boast-worthy experiences.


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# Toureiffel.paris
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