In what is termed the longest time since WWII, the iconic Eiffel Tower in Paris is set to reopen on June 25 as France is planning to restart its tourism which was closed due to Coronavirus Pandemic. The tower will be open to the public from June 25 however strict rules will be in place.

Workers are preparing the Eiffel Tower for its reopening, however, things will be different as an only limited number of people will be allowed to enter the tower. The elevators will be non-functional hence one need to climb over 1655 steps and also the first and second floor of the tower will be open to the public. The top floor of the tower will be inaccessible as the lifts taking to the top floor are very small but they are set to open next summer.

“At first, only visits by the stairs will be available,” Victoria Klahr, the spokeswoman for the tower’s management said to the…

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