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2 Days in Paris

Looking to plan a romantic long weekend in Paris? Ooh la la! Paris is the perfect destination for lovebirds seeking a dreamy getaway. From enchanting walks along the Seine to candlelit dinners at charming bistros.


Day 1 


Montemarte District

Start your weekend by strolling hand-in-hand through the picturesque streets of Montmartre. It’s steep winding streets give it a special village ambience where you can lose yourself in the bohemian atmosphere. It gets busy so try and go early before the crowds and visit the iconic Sacré-Cœur Basilica for breathtaking views of the city. Don't forget to head over to the world famous Place du Terte with quint shops and boutiques, music and over 140 artists who can wait over 10 years to gain a permit and must submit a portfolio of work before being accepted. Finish off with a look at the Jehan Rictus Garden Square and capture some romantic moments together at the iconic Love Wall.





Arc de Triomphe

Next on our list, the Arc de Triomphe - a truly romantic destination in the heart of Paris. If you're looking to sweep your loved one off their feet, a visit to this iconic monument is an absolute must. Imagine strolling hand in hand along the Champs-Élysées, with the grandeur of the Arc de Triomphe standing tall before you. As you approach, you'll be captivated by its intricate details and rich history. Take a moment to admire its magnificent architecture and let yourself be transported back in time.

For an extra touch of romance, maybe consider timing your visit for sunset. As the golden hues paint the sky above, you can gaze out from the rooftop of the Arc de Triomphe and marvel at breathtaking views of Paris. It's a moment that will surely create memories to last a lifetime. Embrace the romantic allure of Paris and make visiting the Arc de Triomphe part of your itinerary? Whether it's for a special occasion or simply to experience its charm together, this iconic landmark is sure to leave you feeling enchanted.


Louvre Museum

No trip to Paris is complete without a visit to the world-famous Louvre Museum. As you arrive you are greeted by the iconic glass pyramid. As you wander through the grand halls of this iconic institution, you are transported to a world filled with art, history, and beauty with over 10 miles of galleries.

The Louvre Museum is renowned for housing some of the most romantic and awe-inspiring masterpieces in the world. From the captivating smile of Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa to the graceful curves of Venus de Milo, each piece tells a story that resonates with lovers of art.

Imagine strolling hand in hand with your loved one through the museum's vast galleries, surrounded by works that have inspired countless romantics throughout history. The soft lighting and hushed atmosphere create an intimate setting where you can immerse yourselves in the art and connect on a deeper level.

Whether it's exploring the enchanting wings dedicated to love and mythology or simply finding a quiet corner to admire your favourite pieces together, visiting the Louvre Museum offers an opportunity for couples to share a truly special moment.


Moulin Rouge

When in Paris, a visit to the Moulin Rouge is an absolute must! This iconic cabaret has been enchanting audiences for over a century with its dazzling performances and captivating atmosphere.

Stepping into the Moulin Rouge feels like stepping back in time to the Belle Époque era. The vibrant red windmill, ornate decor, and glamorous costumes create an ambiance that is both alluring and romantic.

Once inside, you'll be treated to a spectacular show filled with talented dancers, singers, and acrobats. The performances are a perfect blend of sensuality and artistry, leaving you mesmerised throughout the evening.

To make your visit even more special, consider booking a dinner package. Indulge in delicious French cuisine while enjoying the show from premium seats. It's an unforgettable experience that will surely impress your loved one.



Day 2


Le Marais District

Start off day 2 by soaking up the Parisian way of life with a visit to the fashionable Le Marais district, known its trendy boutiques, elegant vintage shops and home to the oldest covered food market in France. Treat your loved one to something special or simply enjoy window shopping as you wander through the medieval courtyards and historic streets while soaking up the vibrant atmosphere.







Eiffel Tower

Visiting the Eiffel Tower is a dream come true for many, especially those seeking a romantic experience. This iconic landmark in Paris has long been associated with love and enchantment, making it an ideal destination for couples.

Climbing to the top of the Eiffel Tower offers breathtaking panoramic views of the city, creating a truly magical atmosphere. As you ascend together, hand in hand, you'll feel a sense of awe and wonder as you take in the stunning vistas below.

For those looking to add an extra touch of romance to their visit, consider planning your trip during sunset or at night when the tower is beautifully illuminated. The twinkling lights and the mesmerising view from above will undoubtedly create an unforgettable moment for you and your loved one.

Whether it's capturing a picture-perfect moment on one of the tower's observation decks or enjoying a romantic dinner at one of its renowned restaurants, visiting the Eiffel Tower promises to be an experience filled with love and cherished memories.


Paris Catacombs

Visiting the Paris Catacombs can be a truly captivating experience. As you descend into the depths of this underground labyrinth, you are transported to a world unlike any other. The dimly lit tunnels, adorned with the carefully arranged bones of millions of Parisians was created from an 18th century quarry to deal with the cities overflowing cemeteries.

For those with a taste for history and adventure, exploring the Catacombs offers a unique opportunity to delve into the past and uncover secrets hidden beneath the bustling streets of Paris. As you wander through this haunting underground realm, it's impossible not to be awestruck by the sheer magnitude of these ancient burial chambers.

As you venture deeper into the Catacombs, surrounded by walls lined with carefully arranged skulls and bones, it's hard not to feel a sense of awe at the sheer beauty that can be found within such macabre surroundings, truly an atmosphere that is both eerie and enchanting.


Musée d'Orsay

The Musée d'Orsay is one of the most renowned art museums in Paris, France, located on the Left Bank of the Seine River. It is housed in the stunning Beaux-Arts railway station building, the former Gare d'Orsay, which was originally constructed for the 1900 World Fair and has been beautifully restored to the museum we see today. The museum is celebrated for its extensive collection of Impressionist and Post-Impressionist masterpieces, Van Gogh, Monet Renoir and Picasso as well as other works spanning the second half of the 20th century. 



Luxembourg Gardens

Time to take a breath for an hour, ‘Jardin du Luxembourg’ is a graceful Italian influenced oasis with everything a garden should have. Beautifully laid out with flowers for every season, shaded walkways, romantic statues, pond and fountains. One of the most charming attractions, much loved and frequented by locals and tourists alike.


River Seine 


For an unforgettable evening, book a dinner cruise along the Seine River. As the sun sets and the city lights up, savour delicious French cuisine as you glide past illuminated landmarks like Notre-Dame Cathedral and the Eiffel Tower. The romantic ambiance will surely make your heart long to return to this most iconic city.

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