The Eiffel Tower and the area around it in Paris were evacuated for 45 minutes on Tuesday after emergency services received a telephone bomb threat.
It was the second such incident in as many weeks involving the landmark.
In this latest threat, the fire service received a call from a public phone box in Paris alerting them to a suspicious package.
On neither occasion did security forces find any explosives.
French officials have said the country is on a heightened level of readiness after receiving a tip-off of a planned suicide attack on the Paris Metro.
The interior minister has warned of a real terrorism threat from al-Qaeda militants in north Africa.