The Eiffel Tower has been closed for a fifth day in a strike over working conditions - causing disappointment for scores of tourists.
The monument's management apologised to visitors on Saturday.
The CGT union said it wants workers to be included in the decision-making process and more funds to be directed to the site's maintenance, claiming it fears risks to the employees' health and safety.
Unions have held repeated meetings in recent days with officials from the company that manages the tower, SETE.
Due to a social movement, the Eiffel Tower will remain closed today. More information in french: https://t.co/VFyWBOuTJU— La tour Eiffel (@LaTourEiffel) December 17, 2016
New negotiations were scheduled for Saturday.
The strike comes as Paris is struggling to revive tourism after a string of deadly terror attacks, floods and polluted air.