Just tie the knot? What better way to celebrate than to ride the proverbial ‘Just Married’ car all the way to the city of love! Whether you’re planning a honeymoon in Paris, going on a first date, or just taking in the sights alone, here’s a compilation of some of Paris’ amazing tourist attractions!
Where to stay ?
You’ll certainly need a place to sleep…here are some of our favorite boutique hotels. To find out more about what might work for you, contact us freely. We’re friendly!
Where to eat and drink ?
Everyone knows that food and drink are the skeleton of any good Paris trip. Tastes differ enormously, but some of the more popular spots are listed in this article. Okay, that’s the dine, what about the wine? Great lively bars favored by locals can be found in the Oberkampf area or on Rue Princesse. But you’re looking for something more romantic, obviously, so consider celebrating the French tradition of monogamy with a memorable wine tasting/tour.
What to do and see ?
Some of the greatest Paris tourist attractions are best seen in dyads. There’s a reason the city is known as the world capital of romance. Love is literally, or at least figuratively enough, in the air.
One great way to spend the eve with your newly espoused is to do a boat tour. We’ve already described the experience, and it’s one that won’t be soon forgotten.
Assuming your stay is long enough to allow yourself a daylong excursion outside Paris city limits, Versailles is the place to go. Decadence knows no limits here; here is where too much of it literally (or figuratively enough!) caused a revolution. The palace is even more magnificent than the gardens, and vice versa.
Paris is also one of the best places in the world to engage in museum-hopping. Most of the Parisian museums are themselves as impressive as their contents. The Louvre, of course, needs no introduction, but maybe take your parents’ new legal child to some of the others: Le Musée d’Orsay, the Picasso Museum, Pompidou.
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