Luggage Storage The Eiffel Tower
Store your bags in a certified local shop from €1/hour
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Bagageopbevaring The Eiffel Tower
Are you looking for luggage storage near the Eiffel Tower? You can store your bags with one of our luggage storage locations just around the corner and enjoy your day in Paris hassle-free.
LuggageHero storage sites are certified hotels, cafes, and shops. Advance bookings ensure space for your bags. The address and directions to our storage locations are available at the time of booking. All bags are sealed off with our security seals ensuring each piece of luggage up to
The Eiffel Tower and Champ de Mars
Between the Eiffel Tower and the École Militaire is Champ de Mars, a large public greenspace in Paris. The park is named after the Campus Martius in Rome, a tribute to the Latin name of the Roman God of war and due to the fact that the lawns were formerly used as drilling and marching ground by the French military.
The park is a hotspot for national events with a beautiful view of the capital’s landmark monument and can be accessed freely. Parisians and tourists gather on its lawns to picnic, play music, and watch the Eiffel Tower’s twinkling lights at nightfall.
Champ de Mars should be experienced without the weight of your bags. Invite your significant other for a romantic picnic somewhere in the park and enjoy the view of the Eiffel Tower.
Can I buy tickets for Eiffel Tower on the day?
Yes, you can buy tickets to the summit at the Eiffel Tower for immediate use. The line can be long--perhaps a 2 hr. wait. Tickets to the second floor are available on the website for your days, if you think that might suffice.
What is the purpose of Eiffel Tower?
You can take the stairs from the bottom of the Eiffel Tower up to the 2nd Floor. That means exactly 674 steps! In total, there are 1665 steps from the esplanade up to the top of the Eiffel Tower, but the stairway from the 2nd floor to the top is not open to the public.
Who made the Eiffel Tower and why?
Eiffel et Compagnie, a firm owned by French architect and engineer Alexandre-Gustave Eiffel, designed and constructed the iron tower for the Exposition Universelle, or World's Fair, in 1889.