Three hundred steps separated us from the possibility of a panoramic view over Paris. Only three hundred steps. After climbing the Sagrada Familia these seemed like a joke, but it’s hard the same. What I do not understand in these things is that if I’m to climb it myself why I have to pay to do so, to get into the Basilica is free but to climb to the dome (by my own feet) I paid 5 €.
Once at the top we realized why, the view is compensanting and 5€ ceased being an expense but a true investment. The view over the city is magnificent and we can see everything.
Só tivémos um pequeno problema, fomos de manhã e estava uma forte névoa sobre a cidade o que não nos permitiu trazer as melhores fotos para casa. Talvez não seja a melhor hora para visitar para quem gosta muito de fotografia.
All the great monuments of Paris are in sight, the Eiffel Tower, the Arc de Triomphe, the complex of skyscrapers of La Defense, etc..
Only one small problem we had, we were there in the morning and there was a strong haze over the city which did not allow us to bring the best pictures home. Perhaps not the best time to visit for those who love photography very much.
It is also advisable to take a good lens to be able to take pictures of the details, as we took advantage of it as a telescope to identify some buildings.