This Company Lets You Spend A Night In The Eiffel Tower And Here Is Your Chance

This Company Lets You Spend A Night In The Eiffel Tower And Here Is Your Chance
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First time in the 129-year-old history of this landmark, you're allowed to spend a night at the first level of the tower. Imagine, how magnificent a view of Paris, you'll be able to see from there? Since its opening in 1989, Eiffel tower has attracted over 250 million visitors and these days welcome an impressive 7 million visitors per year.

But, no one ever got the chance to spend a night in the Eiffel tower until now. A vacation rental service HomeAway is giving you the chance to spend a night in the Eiffel tower.

HomeAway is running a competition in which it's giving this golden chance to spend a night in the Eiffel tower to four lucky winners, each with up to five guests. The company is claiming that these winners will be the first one to sleep in the Eiffel tower. The 2,000-square-foot accommodation, 172 feet above the ground will feature separate bedrooms, a bathroom, kitchen, and lounging area with views of Arc de Triomphe, the Grand Palais and Sacre Coeur on Montmartre

This competition is now open and is part of a vacation package that also includes a three-night stay elsewhere in the city and round trip transportation costs.

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So, what are you waiting for?

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Who knows? Maybe you could win.

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Go and spend the night in the Eiffel tower.

Enter the competition from here.