Published: Tue, June 06, 2017
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

So, Zip Lining Off the Eiffel Tower Is Now Possible

So, Zip Lining Off the Eiffel Tower Is Now Possible

It may be one the world's most famous landmarks but the Eiffel Tower in Paris has this week been playing host to more daredevils than sightseers, thanks to a scarily high zipline installed on its second floor.

Conde Nast Traveller has reported that for a limited time only you can zipline down the Parisian statue for absolutely free.

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During the French Open, bottled water vendor Perrier are giving volunteers the opportunity to zip down at 90 kph, the speed of a tennis ball being smashed. Riders reach speeds as fast as 56 miles per/hour, BBC reported.

While flying, you'll travel across the Champs de Mars and land at L'Ecole Militaire.

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Courageous users, who wore yellow crash helmets that looked liked tennis balls, recommended the thrill ride that was set up to mimic the speeds of balls hit at the grand slam tournament, which concludes in Paris on Sunday (June 11).

So if you do find yourself in Paris, by all means go and visit this stunning site.

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The attraction is open from June 5 to 11, and also features a virtual version for people who are too spooked to do the real thing.

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