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A dinner at the Jules Verne, a special experience

What if you enjoy a delicious diner while gazing at the lights of Paris enlightening the capital city as you overlook?

For your next journey in Paris, we propose you to book a table in the panoramic restaurant Jules Verne hight perched at 125 meters in altitude at the top of the Eiffel Tower.

The culinary discover is widely worth the exceptional view available for you. In fact, the chef named Pascal Féraud suggests you the “Expérience” menu composed with great meticulousness and combined with perfect matches’ wines to exalting the various dishes.

And to fully enjoy your evening we advise you to book a Helzear room, the Jules Verne just around the corner.

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