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Head to the Eiffel Tower with your skip-the-line tickets, go straight inside. Enjoy Paris with – skip-the-line access at the Eiffel Tower. climb the Eiffel Tower, and visit the Summit, 2nd and 1st level of this unmissable Parisian monument at your own pace. Take your time to get lost in the splendid views of city of love. Enjoy panoramic views across the city and admire famous Parisian landmarks from 115 metres up. At the second level, take in a unique 360° panorama of the entire city. Make the most of the view and admire the French capital’s famous monuments such as Notre-Dame Cathedral, the Louvre, the Sacré-Coeur or the Arc de Triomphe, as well as its historic bridges and its major roads such as the famous Champs-Elysées. Your Eiffel Tower tour will end at the second level. Meet your host at 36 Avenue de la Bourdonnais 75007, Paris Warning : Please check 15 minutes before the departure time
Terms and Conditions
CLAUSE 1: PREAMBLE
These General Terms of Sale apply to all purchases of at least (10) Tickets made by the same individual and consumer from Société d’Exploitation de la Tour Eiffel, société anonyme d'économie mixte locale with € 1 000 000 euro share capital, registered office 5 avenue Anatole France, Champ de Mars, 75007 Paris, number 482 622 529 in the Paris Commercial and Companies Register (hereafter "SETE") through its websites.
The Client, as defined below, is requested to read the General Terms of Sale with care as they set out the contract between the Client and SETE and in particular the conditions for on-line Ticket purchase and the Rules for Visiting, as defined below, that apply to all visits to the Eiffel Tower.
By confirming your order of a Ticket on this Website you are entering into a firm contract and accepting without reservation all the General Terms of Sale that you must declare you have read before you confirm your purchase. The purchase of over nine (9) Tickets by the same person is subject to the general terms of sale applying to groups. These can be obtained by clicking on the general terms of sale for groups link.
The General Terms of Sale that apply are those in force on the Website when you purchase your Ticket. SETE may change or amend the General Terms of Sale at any time and in any way permitted by the law.
You are advised to purchase your Ticket to visit the Eiffel Tower in advance and to book a date and time for the visit.
CLAUSE 2: DEFINITIONS
When the following terms (used either in the singular or in the plural) commence with a capital letter, they will have the following meanings:
"Ticket": the ticket to ascend the Eiffel Tower, however issued and on whatever medium, that the Client purchased on the Website. Tickets prices are shown on the Website.
"Client": any individual acting as a consumer within the meaning of the preliminary article of the Consumer Code who purchases a Ticket on the Website and accepts the General Terms of Sale as set out in clause 3.2 below.
"General Terms of Sale": the present General Terms, which set out the terms of Ticket purchase and use by the Client, and include the Rules for Visiting the Eiffel Tower.
"Rules for Visiting the Eiffel Tower": the rules for visiting the Eiffel Tower that are annexed to the General Terms of Sale and with which the Client undertakes to comply.
CLAUSE 3: CONDITIONS OF PURCHASE
3.1 – PURCHASE METHOD
The Client selects the number of Tickets required, the floor he wishes to visit and the date and time of the visit, depending on availability. The purchase of over nine (9) Tickets is subject to the general terms of sale applying to groups.
Available times are shown on the Website. Certain times may be fully booked and therefore not available.
A summary of the order will be shown on the right of the web page.
Clients must create a personal account before confirming their orders.
Clients must not make false declarations, particularly concerning their capacity and details, when creating their personal accounts and/or placing orders.
Clients may each make just one (1) transaction for up to nine (9) Tickets per time slot.
The Client that is the holder of the card used to pay for the order MUST be present at the visit.
3.2 – ACCEPTANCE OF THE GENERAL TERMS OF SALE
By clicking "Confirm" at the end of the order procedure and clicking on "I accept the General Terms of Sale", the Client declares he has read and accepts without reservation all the General Terms of Sale.
3.3 – METHOD OF PAYMENT
Payments on line must be made by Visa or MasterCard.
After checking the order and accepting the General Terms of Sale as above, the Client will be redirected to a secure payment server where he can pay for his order on line by entering his card details, including the card number and expiry date and the code on the back of the card.
The order, which is a firm order placed by the Client, will be recorded when the Client has accepted the General Terms of Sale and has confirmed his payment.
The Client's bank account will be debited with the cost of his order when the transaction is finally confirmed. The Client will be sent printable proof of payment at the end of the transaction.
If the payment is rejected by the payment centre, SETE will not accept the order and there will be no contract.
Orders are firm and final and cannot be cancelled or amended by the Client once payment has been confirmed.
Once the order has been placed and payment confirmed, the Client will receive an e-mail confirming the purchase.
The e-mail is not a Ticket. It can be used as proof of Ticket purchase and the Ticket itself will be issued as set out in clause 4.3 (Ticket Issue) below.
CLAUSE 4 – TICKETS
4.1 – RESTRICTIONS ON TICKET USE
Tickets are valid only for the floor, date and time stated on the Ticket concerned.
Tickets cannot be returned, exchanged or refunded, subject to clause 5 of these General Terms of Sale.
Tickets are personal and not transferrable and cannot be resold to any third party. SETE may therefore require production of valid ID from, and refuse access to the Eiffel Tower to, any Ticket holder who may have acquired his Ticket unlawfully (from an unauthorised third party or if the Client made false declarations when creating his personal account and/or when placing his order.
4.2 – TICKET PRICES
Ticket prices are stated in euro and are payable exclusively in euro. Prices include tax but do not include any processing or shipping fees that may apply.
Ticket prices are those applying at the visit date and are shown on the Website.
4.3 – TICKET ISSUE
A print-out of the confirmation page or of the e-mail sent by SETE to the Client is not a Ticket and cannot be used to access the Eiffel Tower.
When purchasing a Ticket, Clients must select the Ticket issue method they prefer and may choose among: (i) a Ticket they can print at home ("e-Ticket"); (ii) a Ticket downloadable onto a mobile phone ("M-Ticket"); and (iii) a registered letter from SETE containing the Ticket as described below.
Clients can obtain and print e-Tickets until the booked date of their visit by clicking on the link in the confirmation e-mail or in their personal account on the Website.
e-Tickets are invalid unless printed using an inkjet or laser printer as one (1) copy on a page of A4 paper that is clean on both sides. No other format (e.g. electronic format) is accepted.
Each Ticket has a barcode that gives access to the Eiffel Tower.
The printing of e-Tickets must be good quality. Tickets that are partially printed, dirty, damaged or illegible will not be accepted and are invalid. In the event of accident or bad quality print, the Client should print his Ticket again. To ensure that the print is of acceptable quality, the Client should check that the information on the Ticket and the barcodes are clearly legible.
If an e-Ticket is lost, stolen or duplicated, only the first person presenting that Ticket will be considered the legal holder of the Ticket and will be able to access the Eiffel Tower. SETE may require presentation of valid ID when checking Tickets.
4.3.2: TICKETS DOWNLOADABLE ONTO A MOBILE PHONE (M-TICKET)
Clients may select the M-Ticket option. and download the M-Ticket by entering their telephone number when placing the order and selecting this method of issue. When payment has been confirmed, the Client may then print the Ticket as per clause 4.3.1 above and/or receive it on their smartphones.
4.3.3 SENDING PAPER TICKETS TO PURCHASER'S HOME
If the time between the order date and the visit is over fifteen (15) days, the Client may ask for the Tickets to be sent to him by registered mail, subject to payment of current postal charges.
The proof of payment and the Tickets will be sent to the address given by the Client when placing his order (home or other address).
If the time between the order date and the visit is less than fifteen (15) days, only e-Tickets and M-Tickets can be purchased.
CLAUSE 5 – CANCELLATION - REFUND
The sale of tickets for entry to a monument is a sale of a leisure activity. Under article L. 121-21-8 12 of the French Consumer Code, Tickets cannot be cancelled. Ticket purchases are therefore final and cannot be cancelled by the Client.
Purchased Tickets cannot be returned or refunded, even if they are lost or stolen or if forgotten during the visit. Duplicates cannot be issued to the Client.
SETE may restrict or cancel visits to the Eiffel Tower.
If force majeure makes SETE decide to restrict access to all or part of the monument for over two (2) consecutive hours, reimbursement will be strictly in proportion to that restriction. If access is restricted because of a decision made by the public authorities, no refund will be payable.
For example, if access to the summit of the Eiffel Tower is closed, only the difference between the cost of a ticket for the summit and a ticket for the second floor may be refunded since the 1st and 2nd floors will remain open to the public.
A contact sheet will be issued at the Eiffel Tower when access is restricted (it can also be downloaded from the Website). The Client should send the completed contact sheet with the unused Tickets within one (1) month of the visit date. Requests sent after this date will not be considered in accordance with the law.
No refund will be given at the Eiffel Tower. No refund or exchange will be possible in the event use of the lift is delayed or impossible because of delay on the part of the Client or delay caused by operation of the monument, or because of bad visibility from any of its floors.
SETE accepts no liability for force majeure events that disrupt monument visits or lead to it being entirely or partially closed to the public, such as bad weather (frost, wind, snow, etc.) or decisions by the public authorities.
CLAUSE 6 –MONUMENT ACCESS
6.1 – RECEPTION AND VISIT
Visitors with their Tickets must arrive at the visitor reception in front of the access pillar at latest by the time stated on the Ticket. Access will be in order of arrival of holders of Tickets for the current time slot.
Visitors may go through security checks at the foot of the monument at the date and time printed on the Ticket before they take the 1st lift. The time printed is not the time for ascent to the summit, which will require a change of lift at the 2nd floor. At busy times, there may be a wait.
Visitors arriving after the time printed on their Tickets will not be allowed admittance unless the maximum number of visitors for the next time slot is not reached. Late visitors may be allowed to use the lift, depending on how busy it is. Priority will be given to Clients who arrive on time.
In the event of force majeure or delay caused by operation of the monument, visitors with bookings will access the lift in booking order.
6.2 –TICKET INSPECTIONS
Only Tickets with a barcode (printed e-Ticket , M-Ticket or paper Ticket) can be used to access the monument.
Tickets are inspected at the foot of the monument by scanning the barcode on the Client's paper Ticket (printed e-Ticket or paper Ticket) or mobile phone screen (M-Ticket) and checking the reduced rate card (where applicable) and/or valid ID of the Client holding the card used to pay for the Ticket and who must be present. SETE may refuse access to the monument to any holder of a Ticket purchased by the Client that does not pass inspection.
Tickets cannot be resold. SETE may therefore refuse access to the monument to any holder of a Ticket purchased unlawfully (from a third party not authorised to resell Tickets or that was purchased by a Client who made false declarations when creating his personal account and/or placing the order).
CLAUSE 7 – LIABILITY
Visits to the Eiffel Tower are made at the Client's own liability and at the liability of any accompanying third parties if the Client purchased between two (2) and nine (9) Tickets for the same time slot.
SETE accepts no liability for unforeseeable and/or consequential damage suffered by the Client and/or third parties accompanying him during the visit of the monument for e.g. loss of earnings, loss of opportunity, loss of income, clientele or data, financial or commercial loss, business disruption or consequential loss.
SETE accepts no liability for failure to fulfil or incorrect fulfilment of its obligations under the General Terms of Sale if this is imputable to: (i) the Client; (ii) unpredictable action by anyone not party to the contract (e.g. third parties accompanying the Client during the visit of the monument) that is beyond SETE's control; or (iii) force majeure.
SETE accepts no liability for bad visibility from the summit of the monument.
SETE cannot assure the Client that the Website will meet all his expectations or that no errors will occur while the Client is using the Website.
The Website is available 24/7 unless closed for maintenance, repair, force majeure or events that are beyond SETE's control. SETE accepts no liability for loss or damage suffered by the Client or third parties as a result of: (i) inability to access the Website; (ii) internet failure; (iii) telecoms failure; or more generally failure (iv) caused by force majeure as defined by the French courts, while they are accessing the Website or placing an order.
SETE accepts no liability for harm suffered from internet use, e.g. loss of data, intrusion, virus or service breakdown.
SETE accepts no liability for incorrect use of the Website and/or the on-line ticketing service by the Client or third parties. Should compensation action be brought against SETE for failure by the Client to comply with the General Terms of Sale, SETE may join the Client to the action as third-party guarantor.
The Client has full liability for its decision to order a Ticket and for the method of Ticket issue he selects. SETE accepts no liability for malfunction caused by e-Ticket or M-Ticket incompatibility with the Client's system or mobile phone.
CLAUSE 8 – INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS
SETE holds title or user rights to the Website and all its components (e.g. logos, trademarks, domain names, titles, images and other content provided by SETE).
CLAUSE 9 – PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION
In order to process orders and provide services, SETE processes personal data collected from Clients when they register with the Website and/or when they order Tickets. Clients' personal data may also be used for information and sales prospecting purposes by SETE (e.g. for sending e-mails or mailings with information on price changes, current promotions and extraordinary events organised by SETE) to offer products and services associated with the Eiffel Tower.
Personal data marked compulsory must be given to allow orders to be processed and on-line services provided. If the Client does not complete compulsory fields SETE will be unable to process his orders or provide services. SETE will be unable to contact the Client in the event a date, time or floor for which Tickets have been purchased is cancelled or changed, where this is possible.
Data is kept in the Client's personal account on the Website to facilitate transactions through the Website and ensure they are successfully completed
Pursuant to the Data Protection Act of 6 January 1978, the Client may access, amend and correct data concerning himself and for legitimate may refuse to allow its use, by contacting: Société d’Exploitation de la Tour Eiffel, Direction des Clientèles, 5, avenue Anatole France – Champ de Mars – 75007 Paris giving his surname and first name, address and latest order number, where possible.
CLAUSE 10 – ACCOUNT TERMINATION
The Client may terminate his personal account at any time by making a request through his personal area.
SETE may terminate the Client's personal account as of right and without notice, legal formality or liability by sending an e-mail or letter should any of the following events occur:
• use of the ticketing service or Website that is contrary to public policy or public morals;
• violation of the intellectual property rights of SETE and/or a third party;
• any action affecting the operation of the on-line ticketing service or the Website;
• loss, hacking or unauthorised or fraudulent us of the user name and password;
• any other failure by the Client to fulfil any of his obligations under the General Terms of Sale.
SETE accepts no liability to the Client or third parties for termination of personal accounts in accordance with this clause.
The Client's personal account will be closed.
CLAUSE 11 – MISCELLANEOUS
11.1 – ELECTRONIC FILING OF AGREEMENTS AND PROOF AGREEMENT
SETE shall file orders with a value of over one hundred and twenty (120) euro along with receipts and invoices on a reliable, durable medium that shall constitute a true copy.
SETE shall keep said media for ten (10) years from execution of the contract or from delivery of the Ticket if this is not immediate. SETE shall ensure the Client has access at all times to the General Terms of Sale and shall provide him with a copy of them if he requests this by writing to SETE at the address given in clause 11.6 of this document.
SETE's electronic registers shall constitute proof of communications, orders, payments and transactions between them.
All electronic correspondence and/or communication and/or data transmission between the Client and SETE shall have the force of proof they would have had if they had been written on paper.
11.2 – CUSTOMER SERVICE
For information and questions about the order process the Client should contact SETE group Customer Service by phone on 08 92 70 12 39 (calls cost €0.35 inc. tax per minute from landlines in mainland France) between 09:00 and 19:00 Monday-Saturday except on public holidays
Customer Service may also be contacted on the same number to answer pre-purchase questions.
11.4 – SEVERABILITY
Should any part of the General Terms of Sale be discovered to be invalid under the law or a final decision of the courts, it shall be deemed not written but shall not cancel the contract or affect the validity of the other provisions of the contract.
11.5 – APPLICABLE LAW - DISPUTES
The General Terms of Sale are subject to French law.
In the event of complaint, the Client may contact Customer Services at the address shown under clause 11.3 of the General Terms of Sale.
Clients resident in France or any other Member State of the European Union at the time of purchase may apply free of charge to a consumer ombudsman to settle amicably any contract dispute with SETE over this Agreement, in accordance with articles L. 151-1 ff. and R. 152-1 ff. Consumer Code. For this purpose SETE grants the Client a right of recourse to consumer mediation.
The consumer ombudsman with responsibility for SETE is:
MTV Médiation Tourisme Voyage
BP 80 303
75 823 Paris Cedex 17
Clients resident in France or any other Member State of the European Union at the time of purchase may also use the European platform for on-line resolution of disputes at ..to settle amicably any contract dispute with SETE over this Agreement.
Jurisdiction over legal proceedings shall lie with the relevant courts under ordinary rules.
Where amicable settlement is not possible, jurisdiction over legal proceedings shall lie with the relevant courts under ordinary rules.
11.6 – ADDRESS FOR SERVICE
For the purposes of these General Terms of Sale and the documents and consequences to which they give rise, the Parties give as their addresses for service:
SETE: Société d’Exploitation de la Tour Eiffel – 5, avenue Anatole France – Champ de Mars – 75007 Paris,
The Client: The address he has given on the order.
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ANNEX - RULES FOR VISITING THE EIFFEL TOWER
These Rules, which have been produced by Société d’Exploitation de la Tour Eiffel, société anonyme d'économie mixte locale with € 1 000 000 euro share capital, registered office 5 avenue Anatole France, Champ de Mars, 75007 Paris, number 482 622 529 in the Paris Commercial and Companies Register (hereafter "SETE"), the operator of the Eiffel Tower for the Municipality of Paris, the owner of the monument, applies to visitors to the Eiffel Tower and to the clients of its restaurants, to persons and bodies authorised to use certain premises for meetings, receptions and other ceremonies and to non-SETE persons on the monument for professional reasons.
THE EIFFEL TOWER IS A NON-SMOKING MONUMENT.
I/ ACCESS TO THE MONUMENT
Clause 1: The Eiffel Tower is open every day of the year from 09:30 to 23:45 (from 09:00 to 00:45 in summer). The sale of tickets ends 45 minutes before the monument closes. The last ascent to the summit is at 22:30 (23:00 in summer), unless the summit is closed early in very busy periods. Floor evacuation will begin 45-30 30 minutes before closure. SETE may change these times without notice for extraordinary events, bad weather, crowding or force majeure.
Clause 2: Entry to and circulation in the monument when it is open to the public is by valid ticket only (e-Ticket, M-Ticket, paper ticket or badge issued by SETE).
Clause 3: The type of ticket purchase determines whether access to the monument is by lift or stairs. Each ticket allows one single visit and must be kept until the end of the visit. Visitors may not re-enter the monument once they have left it.
Clause 4: Direction of visit: if a number of floors are to be visited, the visit will start at the highest floor. Visitors with tickets for the summit must change lift on the 2nd floor. When descending, visitors may visit the other floors.
Clause 5: If force majeure causes SETE to restrict access to all or part of the monument for over two (2) consecutive hours, reimbursement will be strictly in proportion to the duration of that restriction. If access is restricted because of a decision made by the public authorities, no refund will be payable.
II/ TICKET ISSUE AND VALIDITY
Clause 6: The tickets sold at the Eiffel Tower ticket booths are for immediate access. The date and time of issue are printed on the ticket and are the reference used to allow access to the monument.
Clause 7: Prices are stated in euro inc. tax and are payable in euro alone.
Clause 8: Ticket prices are those applying at the purchase date and are shown on the Website. They are displayed at the Eiffel Tower ticket booths and its website.
The ticket booth may request presentation of proof before issuing particular benefits or selling reduced-price tickets.
Clause 9: Tickets may be purchased at the monument ticket booths in cash, by bank or credit card, by bank or postal cheque, by Eurocheque or Chèque Vacances. The ticket desk will issue a receipt if requested when making payment.
Clause 10: Tickets are valid only for the period or hour printed on them. They cannot be returned, refunded or exchanged. Group tickets can be resold only to a Group accompanied by a Group Manager. Unless authorised by SETE, Tickets cannot be resold for more than their face value, or to an individual visitor if they were purchased at Group rates.
SETE may refuse access to the monument to any holder of a Ticket purchased unlawfully (from a third party not authorised to resell Tickets). These tickets shall be seized without compensation.
Clause 11: Lost or stolen tickets will not be refunded and no copies will be issued.
Clause 12: SETE accepts no liability for force majeure events that disrupt monument visits or lead to it being entirely or partially closed to the public, such as bad weather (frost, wind, snow, etc.) or decisions by the public authorities.
III/ GROUP REGULATIONS (access by lift)
A "Group" is any group of at last ten (10) accompanied by a guide or group leader (the "Group Manager") that all visit the same floor at the same time.
Clause 13: Priority access must be booked in advance.
Clause 14: Booking, payment and ticket collection method, along with access to the monument are described in the General Terms of Sale applying at on-line booking.
Clause 15: Direction of visit: if several floors are to be visited, the visit will start at the highest floor. Groups with tickets for the summit must change lift at the 2nd floor and take the stairs to the platform above the 2nd floor to find the lifts to the summit (single file only for all visitors). At descent, Groups may visit the other floors. Please note that given the crowds at week-ends, in high season and at certain times of the day, it will not always be possible for the entire Group to take the same lift (there is no reserved Group line for the descent). We strongly advise taking the stairs down from the 2nd and 1st floors to the ground to avoid having to wait for the lifts (depending on the opening hours for the stairs, which are shown on notices and in the information documents).
IV/ RESTRICTIONS ON ACCESS AND VISITOR BEHAVIOUR
Clause 16: Visitors with reservations for the 1st floor restaurant or for events organised in the Gustave Eiffel Room should take the lift using the restaurant and Gustave Eiffel Room line. Visits to the upper floors of the Eiffel Tower should be made before the meal or cocktail party and to the 1st floor on the way down.
Clause 17: Access to and circulation in all areas of the Eiffel Tower that are open to the public are also subject to clauses 18 to 23 below. SETE may without liability prohibit access to, or remove, any visitor who does not comply with these regulations.
Clause 18: No objects that by their purpose or characteristics present a risk to the safety of persons, facilities or the monument may be brought into areas open to the public. Such objects include:
* weapons and munitions,
* explosive, inflammable and volatile substances,
* blade and club-like weapons that could pose a danger to the public and personnel,
* tools (especially cutters, screwdrivers, pliers, etc.),
* excessively heavy, cumbersome or nauseating objects,
* excessively large parcels or cases,
* climbing equipment (especially for bungee jumping or parachuting) or any publicity material of any kind,
* non-foldable children's push-chairs,
* animals, with the exception of assistance dogs for persons certified as handicapped,
* glasses and glass bottles, drinks cans,
* excessive quantities of drink or food (at the discretion of the security officers).
Measuring devices are available in four areas of the forecourt and at security check before entry to the monument. Please note that the Eiffel Tower does not have left luggage or cloakroom facilities. Items not allowed into the monument and thrown into a bin cannot be recovered.
Clause 19: Visitors must behave correctly towards Eiffel Tower personnel and other visitors. The following are prohibited:
* walking barefoot,
* wearing anything that might disrupt public order,
* lying on benches,
* demonstrating and displaying banners.
Clause 20: Pursuant to the municipal order of 15 February 2010 published in the Bulletin municipal officiel de la Ville de Paris on 26 February 2010, it is prohibited to:
* climb the Eiffel Tower in any place and using any means,
* jump from the Eiffel Tower from any place and using any means,
* thrown anything from the monument.
On the ground, as on the monument, it is prohibited, unless previously agreed by SETE in writing, to do anything that might endanger persons or property or disrupt the proper conditions for visits, including:
* climbing over barriers and systems for containing the public,
* entering areas not open to the public (personnel areas, machine rooms, closed staircases or anywhere marked "passage interdit" [no entry]),
* displaying banners of any kind,
* throwing flares and similar items
* holding group picnics
* making inscriptions or graffiti of any kind,
* running, sliding, jostling or climbing,
* using roller skates or scooters,
* interrupting public circulation and blocking passages and exits, particularly by sitting on the stairs,
* smoking, eating or drinking outside dedicated areas,
* throwing paper or rubbish on the floor, sticking chewing gum,
* spitting on the ground or over the balustrades,
* leaving, even for just a few moments, any personal item unattended,
* leaving children unattended,
* carrying children on the shoulders,
* handling without good reason fire alarms or safety equipment (fire extinguishers, standpipes, etc.),
* engaging in any commercial activity: publicity, propaganda or solicitation.
Clause 21: For safety reasons, the summit is not open to persons in wheelchairs or with reduced mobility. Since access to the summit can lead to vertigo and sensory problems, persons suffering from these conditions are advised not to climb to the summit.
Clause 22: Persons needing assistance and children under 12 must be accompanied by an independent adult.
Clause 23: SETE may refuse access to the monument to anyone whose attitude, behaviour or clothing is considered likely to create problems inside the monument or with the visit.
V/ SAFETY AND SECURITY OF PERSONS AND PROPERTY
Clause 24: Since the Eiffel Tower is an establishment open to the public (ERP), the purchase of a ticket constitutes acceptance by the ticket holder of the Tower's safety regulations and of the duty to accept any safety and/or security checks by its accredited personnel.
Clause 25: Visitors shall do nothing to threaten the safety of persons and property.
Clause 26: Security checks are carried out before entry to the Eiffel Tower. Ticket holders must congregate outside the waiting area for their booked entry time for security checks. For security and safety reasons, visitors will be asked to open their bags and packages and to show or allow inspection of their contents at entry to or exit from the monument and in any other place on the site when required by personnel and security officers.
Clause 27: Refusal to comply with security checks, disturbing and upsetting other visitors or damaging the monument or its facilities shall lead to access being denied or immediate removal from the monument without compensation.
Clause 28: Abandoned objects that appear to present a danger to the monument may be destroyed immediately without notice by the competent units.
Clause 29: The entire Eiffel Tower site is under CCTV surveillance and all images are recorded and kept for thirty (30) days. Pursuant to law 95-73 of 21 January 1995, interested persons may, in accordance with the law, access recordings that concern them.
Clause 30: Security officers should be informed of all accidents, illness, unusual events and unattended objects and bags.
If a doctor, nurse or first-aid specialist among the visitors should provide assistance, he must show his professional ID to the security officer and remain with the person who has become ill/had an accident until that person is removed. He should leave his name and address with Tower personnel.
Clause 31: If a fire breaks out, visitors should remain perfectly calm. They should report it immediately:
* verbally to a security officer or any other member of staff on site,
* by using the alarm buttons located around the Tower, which are all connected to the main fire office.
If all or part of the Tower needs to be evacuated, this will be done in an orderly fashion under instructions from Tower personnel.
Clause 32: Pursuant to article 223-6 Criminal Code (failure to give assistance to anyone in danger), all visitors must assist personnel if requi
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Important Point for Holiday packages
1. Premium will be charged during festival season or long holidays season and weekend for hotel booking. Some hotels if do not have restaurants or charge hefty amount; in those cases we will not be able to arrange breakfast however we will compensate by INR 100 per head per day for breakfast or we will ask our guide to take you for breakfast
2. This price is applicable for couple booking
3. The change in dates will attract re-quote
4. Normal hotel check-in time is from 2:00 PM onward and check-out time is at 12 PM and in India its 12 for check in and 10 for check out
5. The above cost does not include any kind of surcharge, if applicable during the given travel period
6. 'No Show' is subject to full booking charges
7. Pls call us for group booking discount if there are more than 2 adult travellers
8. For international trips Forex conversion of 4.4% or INR 2000 is applicable per booking
9. Package has to be booked at least 5 days in advance to ensure quality. For urgent packages we will try our best to arrange the best hotel available for you in that category
10. If more than one state is included in the transfers; there will be additional interstate taxes that our customer has to pay
11. No money will be refunded if hotels are car is booked and payment is already made. In this case Navigers will provide proof of expense to customer
12. No bookings are made until customer makes the payment
13. Rates are subject to change without notice