In stock
Mínimo/máximo jugadores2-2
Edad mínima recomendada+8
Tiempo de juego30
Learn: 15
Teach: 5
  • Author José Antonio Abascal
  • Illustrator Oriol Hernández
  • Game mechanics Ability Once per Game, Area Enclosure, Area Majorities, Draft, Tile Placement, Variable Powers
  • Player Type Amateur, Diehard Gamer, Family Focused, Habitual, Sociable, Sporadic
  • Gaming Situations A Quickie, Duel!, Less than One Hour

Paris: Eiffel Expansion

Paris Eiffel, the first expansion of Paris: La cité de la lumière. Set at the same time, during the inauguration of the Eiffel Tower. It includes eight new action postcards that offer more variability to our games, 3D figures of the monuments and a notebook to count the points.  

The tower built by the architect Gustave Eiffel rises imposingly over Paris, announcing its upcoming inauguration for the Universal Exposition. Some define it as a monstrous steel cyclops and others as the first step in modern architecture. There is no doubt that it will leave very few people indifferent.

Jose Antonio Abascal is once again taking the reins of his most popular game to date. If with Paris: La cité de la Lumière we saw a game for two players grow into a worldwide phenomenon, Paris Eiffel comes to propose us to take it off the shelf again to continue playing it. Oriol Hernandez takes up the brushes once again to illustrate the night of the French capital, giving a unique look to one of the most beautiful board games on the market.

Paris Eiffel is an expansion of Paris: La cité de la lumière, so it is necessary to have a copy of the basic game to be able to play with it. Here we will find eight new action postcards that will offer us a lot of variability to our games. The postcards are accompanied by a series of die-cut figures that will give a spectacular three-dimensional light to Paris. In addition, by popular demand, it includes a notebook to help you count the points of the games in Paris.

In this expansion we will visit Parisian wonders such as the Triumphal Arch, the Luxor Obelisk, the Louvre Museum, and of course, the Eiffel Tower.