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New question: Eiffel Tower Light Show!

by SandiM

Ok here's another one! Once the lights go on at night, I heard that there is some sort of 'light show' that happens at some period through the night. I checked the Official website, but couldn't find anything to say if there was anything more fancy than merely the lights turning on at dusk. I'll be there in April, so what's the scoop? And, is buying tickets online better than going, say, in the early morning or at 9pm at night?

Re: New question: Eiffel Tower Light Show!


Is this what you mean?

I didn't buy tickets online. It was a shorter wait for the stairs than for tickets for the elevator.
I'm not sure, but I reckon that at 9 pm in April, it will still be dark quite soon which will make for a spectacular Paris-by-night view from the Eifel tower.

Re: New question: Eiffel Tower Light Show!

by fossettes


You could be thinking of one of two things...

Every hour on the hour thousands (20,000 I think) of twinkling lights flicker for 5 minutes. The first time I saw it (we were living in Paris at the time) I thought it was a bit garish, but I soon got used to it and think they are beautiful. It;s worth being in the neighborhood on the hour to have a look.

OR - Last year to celebrate the 120th anniversary of the tower there was a light and sound show that ran every night for two months. But sadly, that ended...

Enjoy Paris!

Re: New question: Eiffel Tower Light Show!

by SandiM

Ok! So, I will be on the spot on the hour in the evening during my stay in Paris to see those lovely garish lights (it wouldn't be an enjoyable trip unless I did something shlocky, hey?). Thanks for your tips!

Re: New question: Eiffel Tower Light Show!

by GrumpyDiver

We were there in March and watched the rather tacky display from near the top of the Pompidou Centre. They seem wantt to please the juvenile set.

Anyways, enjoy!

Re: New question: Eiffel Tower Light Show!

by jemima62

I rather like the few minutes of sparkling lights every hour on the hour - maybe it is tacky, I don't know, I think it's pretty! A couple of weeks ago I was staying at an hotel in the Bagnolet area and was astonished to find there was a view of the Eiffel Tower from our room! Granted we were on the 15th floor and it was very much in the distance but I was like an excited kid waiting for the hour to come around and getting out of bed to look out the window!

Travel Tips for Paris

La Geode - the movie theater of the future

by Jeannkelly

La Geode is found in the Cite de Sciences and it's so far the most futuristic movie theater that I've ever been. It's 180° screen (its round from the outside) gives you all the thrills for a visually stimulating film plus the super hi-tech sound system makes your ordinary film extra-ordinary.

Highly recommended for kinds. Am sure they'll love it.

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by VincentJJ


Driving home with his wife one day, a man was stopped by the police.
The cop said, "Sir, you were going 60 mph in a 50 mph zone."
"No I wasn't," the man said.
His wife leans over and says, "Yes you were, honey."
"Why don't you shut the hell up?" he told her.
The cop continues, "You also didn't have your seatbelt on, sir."
"Yes I did," the man said.
"No, honey, no you didn't," his wife chimed in.
"Didn't I just tell you to shut up?" the man shouted.
The cop finally leans into the window and says, "Ma'am, is this your husband?"
"He sure is," she replied.
"Is he always this mean and rude with you?" the cop asked.

The woman smiled at him and said, "No, officer, only when he's drunk."

In Paris you must sit back and...

by rtschneider

In Paris you must sit back and people watch. Stop at a cafe and just watch the people go by. Paris has so much to do you can quickly tire yourself out. Enjoy the foods and the wines and relax a little. You can 'stop and smell the roses' at one of many gardens around the city. Here is a picture of me doing just that at the garden behind Notre Dame.


by pascale_paris

Here are my advices for those who don't want to be immediately identified as tourists : Parisian people in Paris don't wear big white shoes, nor shorts or bermudas. They also don't wear socks with sandals. Cap is basically considered as an accessory for young people. Generally we don't speak loudly.
PS : Backpack and suitcases are well accepted in the subway but less during the peak hours.

Don't forget the..

by Herkbert

Good comfortable shoes. The only way to really get to see all of Paris is to walk up and down the streets. Not to mention the walking in the museums. Sneakers will definitely set you apart from many other world travelers. A pair of comfortable walking shoes are a better choice. You can't go to Paris without lots of film or digital memory for your camera. Don't forget that the power is different so you'll need to have a converter so you don't blow out your batteries while recharging them. A French phrase book. You don't have to speak perfect French to communicate in Paris as many people there speak fluent English. That said, you should still consider learning a few phrases.. hello, please, thank you, etc. If you try, people will be more apt to help!


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