The Tower is located at 5 avenue Anatole France, Champ de Mars, 75007 Paris (+33 (0)8 92 70 12 39). The access ticket to the Eiffel Tower and its elevators/stairs for the day is included in the conference fee but please note that if you leave the Tower during the day, the organizers can't guarantee that the pass will still be valid when you get back and you may have to queue with the tourists to buy a new entrance.
Initial registration will happen outside of the Tower starting at 9h30. ProZ.com will be at the welcome point located in the kiosk between the North and East Pillar. There, you will be given your badge and the Tower entrance.
ProZ.com has VIP access to the Tower by elevator from 9:30-10:00 am. Our VIP line will be marked by a green flag in front of the East Pillar, and we will have ProZ.com representatives to assist you.
Please note that the Eiffel Tower is a touristic attraction and that Vigipirate is currently activated in France. Therefore, there is security at the entrance of the Tower and bags and luggage will be checked by the security service. Luggage over 32 cm tall, 50 cm wide and 21 cm deep will not be accepted. A gauge is at your disposal at the entry of the pillar.
Here is an overview of the different services and exhibitions available on the first floor of the Eiffel Tower. The entrance ticket included in the conference pass includes complete access to exhibits, panoramas. etc. but also to the 2nd and the 3rd floor of the Tower.
The 1st floor of the Tower, where the conference will take place, is accessible to disabled persons, as well as the 2nd floor.
Feel free to visit the official website: http://www.tour-eiffel.fr
The Eiffel Tower lights up every evening from sunset to 1am, together with the lighthouse on the Tower top that sends out its light beams at the same time. As for the glimmering lights, this ten minute show is added during the first five minutes of each hour on the hour. Since it will be winter and the sun sets early, the Tower will light up during the conference!
Here are some pictures of the Gustave Eiffel room: