A honeymoon is a special time for a couple and there is no better place to celebrate than the city of romance. Your honeymoon in Paris will be filled with friendly people, amazing shops, delicious cafes, and too many fantastic attractions to count.
Our top three sights to explore on your honeymoon in Paris
Arc De Triomphe
Staying inside the heart of the city is a must, because it makes it much easier to see all of the important sites that Paris has. Whilst on honeymoon in Paris, every couple needs to venture over to the Arc de Triomphe, which was built in 1836. After climbing up 284 steps to the viewing platform, couples will be able to see more than a dozen streets filled with activity.
The Louvre Museum is another popular attraction and honeymooners will want to spend at least part of a day inside this massive attraction. The main entrance is through the glass pyramid and it is a fabulous photo opportunity for any visitor. It can take days to see the 35,000 works of art inside the museum, therefore, couples will want to plan ahead and determine what exhibits and masterpieces they want to see the most. Most couples have the infamous Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci on their list, however the line up can be daunting so we suggest getting in early!
The Eiffel Tower is spectacular at any time of the day. However at night it is simply breathtaking as it lights up against the nighttime sky. Many couples will want to climb to the top for a kiss or two as they look out at the panoramic views of the city below.
Foods to try
Parisians enjoy eating and they take their food seriously. There isn’t really anything bad to eat in Paris. There are certain foods that every couple should try before they leave the city. Bread shops and bakeries are scattered throughout the city and every local has a favorite place where they purchase baguettes and pastries. Anyone living in or visiting Paris can make a meal out of just baguettes and different types of cheese.
If a couple is going to eat a meal at a restaurant, they will find themselves perusing large menus! A la carte items, main dishes, and a tasting menu that incorporates between three and six courses. Most of the time, these tasting menus are the best option, because couples can taste a variety of food at a reasonable price. Sometimes they include a glass or carafe of wine too, a lovely bonus!
Au Revoir, Paris
Before leaving Paris, honeymooners will want to visit the Pont des Art Bridge. For many years, couples were able to place locks on the bridge to symbolize their undying love. Couples are no longer allowed to use locks, but you can tie a ribbon onto the bridge to show the world how much you love each other.
A honeymoon in Paris is a fabulous experience. Couples will feel the love of the city surrounding them as they walk through the streets. Enjoy your honeymoon exploring everything that Paris has to offer.