Eiffel Tower isn't only the image of Paris yet of all of France. It once held the title of the world's tallest structure. In spite of having been predominated by Dubai's Burj Khalifa and The Shard in London, the Eiffel Tower stays a standout amongst the most conspicuous milestones on the planet. The Eiffel Tower's first floor highlights shows, kid-accommodating encounters, and the 58 Tour Eiffel eatery; the second deck incorporates the Jules Verne Restaurant; and the third-floor summit, available by means of a glass lift, highlights Gustave Eiffel's private fapartments and a Champagne bar. Obviously, all levels offer striking 360-degree perspectives of the City of Light.