The shop, though small, feels like an edible museum with their takes on a deconstructed Baba au Rhum (a kit you assemble yourself), their enormous sculptural brioche, and their not to be missed Paris-Brest pastry filled with hazelnut cream.Next up is Des Gâteaux et Du Pain, a boulangerie/patisserie from Claire Damon, who makes some of the most beautiful pastries with unusual combinations.For a more romantic excursion, plan a cruise at dusk so that you can watch the Eiffel Tower sparkle on the hour.
Built in 1889, the tower is 1,063 feet tall – roughly the same height as an 81 story building.
All the major landmarks of Paris can be seen from the top, and in good weather you can even see as far as the Chartres Cathedral – 90 kilometers away.
A trip to Paris wouldn’t be complete without a visit to the Eiffel Tower, the city’s most iconic landmark.
All first time visitors brave the crowds and lines to ascend one of the most famous landmarks in the world.
All companies offer an afternoon lunch cruise, typically costing between 40-60 euros.