People can now zip line off the Eiffel Tower

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PARIS -- As if the Eiffel Tower wasn't already appealing, a zip line has been attached to the popular Paris attraction.

The zip line was setup by Perrier to celebrate the French Open, and will start riders at 400 feet in the air and have them traveling to a platform 2,600 feet away at about 55 miles per hour.

The zip line opened Monday, June 5.

The ride is a little more than a half a mile long, and will take about a minute to complete.

Bad news though if you want to add this to your upcoming Paris itinerary -- the zip line will only be available till June 11.

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