Observations of the full Stokes vector in three spectral lines indicate that flux tubes in solar plages have an average inclination in the photosphere of 14deg with respect to the local vertical. Most flux tubes are inclined in the eastwards direction, i.e., opposite to the solar rotation. We have recorded the Stokes vector of the FeI 5247.1A, FeI 5250.2A, and FeI 5250.7A lines in nine different plages with the polarization-free 20cm Zeiss coronagraph at the Arosa Astrophysical Observatory of ETH Zuerich. The telescope has been modified for solar disk observations. The chosen spectral lines are particularly sensitive to magnetic field strength and temperature. To determine the field strength and geometry of the flux tubes in the observed plages we use an inversion code that numerically solves the radiative transfer equations and derives the emergent Stokes profiles for one-dimensional model atmospheres consisting of a flux tube and its surrounding non-magnetic atmosphere. Our results confirm earlier indirect estimates of the inclination of the magnetic fields in plages.