Friday, January 4, 2013

Top 5 Reasons Why Honeymoon Should Visit Paris

If for no other reason, Paris, dubbed as one of the most romantic cities in the world should be visited at least once, Paris is a hotspot for honeymooners and art lovers. Paris is a city of the fashion capital of the world. Even though it is bustling with tourists at all times of the year, the city offers privacy and a dreamy atmosphere that lovers long for. Paris is also easy to travel around by subway, and is one of the most accessible cities in Europe. Even when you are just taking a walk on the streets of Paris, hand-in-hand with your partner, you will feel the romance in the air. Here are some more general reasons for why honeymoon should visit Paris:

the romantic honeymoon destination paris

1 – The Most Romantic Place

France arguably has more romantic spots than anywhere else in the world. Wandering around the Left Bank by the Seine, or exploring Montmartre, makes it easy to soak in the atmosphere that makes Paris one of the premier honeymoon and getaway locations in the world. Going out for an intimate meal, or exploring the city's arrondissements on foot makes Paris a memorable experience for any couple, while creating an atmosphere that is hard to not be taken in by - all of which are perfect places for a stroll with your loved one.

Couple Kiss Over the Paris Seine River

2 – Art

Paris is arguably the European capital of art, and is defined by both the size and the importance of the Louvre, as well as by the Musee d'Orsay, and the many boutique shops and small galleries around the city. With too much to take in on a single trip, many simply head straight to see the Mona Lisa, or stick to exploring the Louvre.

Musee D’Orsay


3 – Diversity


A few days in Paris can mean taking in a diverse range of locations, as long as you’re prepared to put in the travel. The bohemian atmosphere of the Left Bank and the Latin Quarter is distinct from the glossier, high end fashion of the 8th arrondissement, as well as the business district of the 2nd arrondissement. A trip can take in a few of these places, or can focus on exploring a particular arrondissement in depth.

couples trip in paris

4 – Shopping


Paris is well known for its shopping experiences, with designer brands like Armani and Luis Vuitton well represented, while fashion and bargain hunters can search the city's extensive flea markets and vintage shops. The city is also defined by the variety of the centre of the city, and the chance to venture out into the outskirts of the centre to the Clignancourt Flea Market on weekends.

Clignancourt flea market

5 – Food

Nothing beats the pleasure of enjoying a sumptuous meal with a bottle of French wine. Plan a romantic dinner at a fancy restaurant overlooking the Eiffel Tower, or just enjoy wine in your hotel balcony, whichever suits you best. Head to one of the best jazz clubs in the region and end the day listening to the peppy sounds of Paris. Key spots such as Saint Michel are recommended for outdoor markets, while every visitor should try some of the bread and pastries of the many boulangeries around the city. In this way, it is always possible to eat well in Paris, even when travelling on a budget.

a couples have romantic dinner in paris city

Tips:


Being the most romantic city in the world, the city is most beautiful in autumn and spring, when you can enjoy the slight drizzles in the afternoon. Plan your honeymoon such that you are there during the most romantic season. Avoid visiting in August, which is the most crowded and the hottest month in Paris.

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