Zip-Line Through Paris

Zip-Line Through Paris

The most visited landmark in the world is getting a little upgrade. The City of Love is getting a fun new attraction to excite the over 7 million tourists that visit each year.

A zip line stretching from the Eiffel Tower, across the Champs de Mars, and finishing at the L’École Militaire will be available for thrill-seekers until June 11. Le Perrier Smash was setup by Perrier in celebration of the French Open.

If you’re not afraid of being 375 feet above ground and soaring through the city at about 55 MPH, then this attraction has to be on your list of “to-do’s”. And if the thought of gliding down the zip-line terrifies you, don’t worry, it’s only a half mile long and you’ll be down in about a minute.

Have VR goggles? Pop them on and witness it in 360!

About The Author

Paula Caicedo

A lover of all things beautiful and inspiring, Paula is on a journey to experience cultures, places and capture moments that will “MOVE ME.” 

Her earliest memory was getting on a plane from Guayaquil, Ecuador to Los Angeles and being mesmerized by floating in the sky. From getting on planes to road trippin’ in RV’s, the thrill of exploring, never gets old. 

With a fresh perspective on travel, Paula aims to inspire others like her to see the world.

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