Paris for the Hopelessly Romantic – A Photo Essay

There’s no doubt about it: Paris is for lovers. For centuries, people have flocked to the iconic city of love. We even spent our 3 year anniversary in Paris!  So grab a hotel and head to some of our favorite spots we visited during our romantic rendezvous.

 

The Eiffel Tower

The most iconic symbol of love in the whole city. The Eiffel Tower is a must see for any romantic getaway to Paris.

 

The Eiffel Tower

 

L’église de la Madeleine

This gorgeous church was built in the Neo-Classical Style , surrounded by fifty-two columns, each 20-meters high. It is especially mesmerizing at night.

 

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Arc de Triomphe

Standing tall at the end of Avenue des Champs-Elysees is the Arc de Triomphe, a massive monument dedicated to those who fought and died for France during the French Revolution and Napoleonic Wars. Don’t forget to grab a kiss under the arch, if you can dodge all the traffic!

 

Arc de Triomphe

 

Louvre

The largest art gallery in the world. If you ran through every exhibit you still would need more than a day to see it all. It is perhaps most famous as the resting place for the Mona Lisa.

 

Louvre

 

This Building and Its Fountain

I’m not even sure what this building is, but it’s gorgeous! Bonus points if you can tell us in the comments below.

 

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Notre Dame

The most famous church bearing the name, the cathedral is regarded as one of the finest examples of French Gothic architecture and is one of the largest and best known churches in the world.

 

Notre Dame

Notre Dame

 

Cruise on the Seine River

Take a lazy ride down the Seine River. Add a little romance and time it with the sunset.

 

River Cruise in Paris

 

Pont Neuf

Lazily stroll with your special someone across the oldest standing bridge in Paris.

 

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Parisian Art by the Seine River

Have your characature made, or just get a glimpse of the artistic talent that flocks to Paris.

 

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Love Lock Bridge

Add your lock to the bridge to ensure everlasting love. Due to the recent partial collapse of one bridge, you’ll have to see if it is still allowed!

 

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The Neighborhood of Montemartre

Our favorite neighborhood in Paris. We took a delicious food tour here and went to see the classic Moulin Rouge.

 

Windmill

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What else would you add to an itinerary for the ultimate romance in Paris?

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