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Cutesy couples’ activities in the city of love – La vie est belle.

The allure of French romanticism is what brings thousands of tourists and newlyweds to Paris for their honeymoons. The city's timeless architecture, splendid sunsets and many gorgeous cafes make Paris a paradise. Here are some things for couples on holiday here that'll make them feel even more in love.


Canal St. Martin

The uncovered part of the St. Martin canal is a truly iconic place in Paris. You can take dreamy strolls in the soothing afternoon sun with your partner and enjoy the cooling breeze that brushes past the water.


Couple's Spa

Most heritage hotels in the city offer soothing spa treatments that are designed for couples. The two of you can relax and enjoy the healing qualities and blissful rejuvenation of these treatments. You can find a perfect fit for you and your loved one with international hospitality brands such as Discover ASR.


The Museum of Romantic Life

The name says it all; the perfect destination to celebrate your new love. The museum's first level is devoted to George Sand's love life and her relationship with Chopin through artefacts, sensual letters, and paintings. Romantic and romantic-themed paintings, sculptures, and rarities are on display on the second floor.


Grand Action Cinema

A short stroll away from the centre of the city and the famous Notre Dame Cathedral is this vintage cinema. You can relive the thrill and excitement of watching a classic movie in the dark, cuddled in a corner with your partner.


Parc des Buttes-Chaumont

Northeast of Paris, where it was founded at the end of the 19th century, is well-known among honeymooners for the Temple de la Sibylle, a site perched atop an island in the middle of an artificial lake. It's a peaceful spot to pause on your stroll because it's hidden away and offers stunning city views.


Go on a shopping spree

Step into the past as you take a walk inside one of Paris's 19th-century shopping malls. These iconic buildings are preserved just as they were in the past and you can see the expert French craftsmanship in the gorgeous architecture as you stroll past Chanel.


Montmartre Hill

The Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Paris is one of the city's most recognizable structures. It was built at the summit of Montmartre Hill and offers views of the city. To see the beautiful view over the City of Lights, head to the area just in front of the basilica. After that, you can visit one of the hip cafés or restaurants in the area to eat or have a drink.


Stroll along the Seine

This might sound cliché but take a stroll past this iconic river in the evening lit by the blinking lights of the Eiffel. You can take a route past all the landmarks, or you can opt for a quiet walk away from the crowds.


Le Jules Verne

The highlight of your trip to Paris might be dinner at Le Jules Verne, the upscale eatery perched atop the Eiffel Tower. While you try the delectable French cuisine and wines on offer, request a table beside a window and take in the nighttime panorama of Paris.