If you are someone who is invested in making sure that your next trip to Paris is amazingly romantic, you have likely already started scouring the Canadian travel guides to learn more about what might be available for you. While you know about some of the highlights that you want to hit, what are some other romantic spots that might interest you? There are so many people who never see everything that Paris has to offer in terms of romance, so make sure that you consider some of these wonderfully lovely spots.
Montmartre was a village that was originally outside of Paris and that became integrated during the 1800s. This gives this area a wonderful sense of timelessness, and the pace is different from what you might expect in one of the world’s busiest cities. When you want to make sure that you are getting the most out of your experience, make sure that you visit during the night, when the street lamps are lit. This is great romantic choice when you just want to slow things down a bit.
Parc des Buttes-Chaumont
If you are looking for a lovely outdoor area to see with your significant other, make sure that you consider the Parc des Buttes-Chaumont. This amazingly gorgeous park has a wide variety of settings to draw you in, including waterfalls, mysterious grottos and dramatic cliffs. This park dates back to the time of Napoleon III, and it was made with beauty and romance in mind.
Musée de la Vie Romantique
If your romance is of a more scholarly bent, consider heading to the Musée de la Vie Romantique, wher you can see the home of the celebrated Romantic painter Ary Scheffer. You’ll see plenty of George Sand artifacts, recalling her life of tragic romance. If you are curious about life in Paris during the nineteenth century, this is the place to go.
Les Deux Magots
Les Deux Magots is translated to “The Two Bachelors, and it is a terrace where the French philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre and the writer Simone de Beauvoir lived. Not only were they brilliant people, they were also married and living the romantic life during the fifties. If you want to stop here during your exploration of the Latin Quarter, you can enjoy the food and beverages at the cafe located there.
The Ile-St-Louis is one of the islands that can be seen on the Seine River, and it is connected to the rest of Paris by a series of lovely bridges. When you feel as though busy Paris is overwhelming you, take a moment to see what this place can offer. Head to the western tip at night, and you can see a stunning view of Paris by the streetlamps.
The Musée Rodin is for lovers whether or not they are art fans. Rodin’s work, crafted out of bronze, call to mind fluid forms and impressive artistry. You can see some of his most famous sculptures at the artist’s studio, including the Kiss and the Thinker, and you can also see more statue that are tucked throughout the garden.
Start combing through your Canadian travel guides to learn more about what gorgeous Paris has to offer you.