What is Paris without going to the Eiffel Tower? Enough to said? I will tell you if you are using a cane or otherwise handicapped you can go to the second level, but not all the way to the top. I highly recommend going early to beat the crowds or doing a tour with a specific time. The lines can be daunting!
The view is wonderful, go on a pretty day! There is something about this historic monument that will draw you to it and up it!
Basilique du Sacré Cœur is located a top the Montmartre hill in Paris, France. Most people, including the local French, call it Sacré Cœur. This basilica was consecrated to the Heart of Christ ~ the sacred heart ~ from which Sacré Cœur derives its name. Sacré Cœur Was built between 1875 and 1914 and concentrated in 1919.
Since 1 August 1885 there has been continual prayer of adoration; 130 years at this writing! While there is an incline plane to visit the Sacré Cœur on top of the hill, Montmartre ~ I walked up the hill! Not only did I do that but I walked up the 300 steps in the dome! The panoramic view which included the Eiffel Tower was well worth the climb! It was not an easy climb up those steps for this ole gal, but Helen from Canada and I bonded on those steps and encouraged each other to the top!
As you leave Sacré Cœur turn left out of the exit from the basilica and meander down the hill. There is an awesome bohemian artistic district! You will find the streets lined with painters, sculptors, caricature artists and many other artists doing their craft amongst the many cafes’. As long as you head back down the hill toward Montmarte you will be able to catch the bus. The stop is on the 30 bus route.