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There are 3 floors on the Eiffel Tower and there is 300 steps to get to the first floor!

the first floor of the eiffel tower is 57 meters high and 360 steps from the ground, the second at 115 meters and 1060 meters from the ground. the last floor the third one is at 274 meters from the ground and is only reachable by lift.

The Eiffel tower has 347 steps to the first level, 674 steps to the second level, and 1710 steps to the small platform on the top of the tower.

There are large elevators to go up the first two floors of the Eiffel tower, but you have to climb the third floor using the stairs. Or you could go up from the stairs starting from ground level, but there are 1665 steps to climb.

Counting from the ground, there are 347 steps to the first level, 674 steps to the second level so it is 1021in total.

approximately 114 steps

There are 1665 steps from ground level to the top of the tower, using the stairs of the eastern pillar. The stairs from the second floor up to the top (more than half) are closed to the public.

To get to the second level on the Eiffel Tower you have to climb 1710 elle x

there are between 1665 steps to 1710 steps all the way to the top depending on which side you try..... the problem is that you can only climb by stairs up to the second floor....from thesecond floor to the top, its forbidden to use the stairs and you have to take the lift (for safety reasons)

they have 4 elevators in the legs of the Eiffel tower, and they also have stars to climb. The elevators however only go to the 1st 2nd or 3rd floor.

They have both. They have 4 elevators in the legs of the Eiffel tower and have stairs to climb too. The elevators only take you to the 1st,2nd or 3rd floor though.

In the Eiffel tower there are 1665 steps from the ground level to the top of the tower.

it is 593 steps in the per level

Because the eiffel tower did not have lifts but just steps and it had an extention.

There are 1665 steps to the top

to have to get to the middle in less than 190 steps

1792 steps in the Eiffel tower.

There are 1,792 steps to the top of the Eiffel Tower.

There is about 4 steps to making a painting...........First, Second, Then, Finally!

Oh, yes. In 1923 Pierre labric (later Mayor of Montmartre) rode down the 345 stairs from the first floor to the ground. 19 1983 Charles Coutard and Joel Descuns went both up and down to the second floor on motor-bikes, and in 2004 an anonymous Andorran climbed UP 1300 steps on a mountain bike. I'm not sure of the exact modalities of this record, since the staircase no longer goes all the way to the top. Jerome Sur, finally, became in 2005 the only man to descend from the first floor in a wheelchair.

The trocadÃ©ro esplanade, the Arc de Triomphe, the SacrÃ©-coeur basilica all have steps and all offer a view on the Eiffel tower.

The reaction site of the first and second steps of aerobic respiration is called the matrix. Aerobic respiration occurs inside a Golgi body.

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The first, second, and third levels are over 300 steps. The highest, you need an elevator.

The first, second, and third levels are over 300 steps. The highest, you need an elevator.

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