A zip line was temporarily attached to the Eiffel Tower

A trip to the top of the Eiffel Tower has long been one of the highlights of any visit to Paris, despite the crowds. But a temporary attraction is allowing visitors the chance to experience the iconic landmark in an even more thrilling way.
French mineral water brand Perrier has set up a zip line that takes riders on a "once in a lifetime" ride from the structure, with speeds of up to 90 kilometers per hour.
The journey of 800 meters (2,625 feet), which lasts around 60 seconds, begins at the balcony of the tower, located 115 meters (337 feet) up, and ends at military complex École Militaire.

Source: CNN

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