Parisian destination elopement, what to do ?

Paris is the romantic capital of the world and that is why you want to plan a romantic elopement in Paris! Okay, Good! What’s next! Once you are in Paris, how will you occupy this romantic elopement? Walk hand in hand, yes, but where? What to do ? Where to go ? Here are 10 ideas of things to do to liven up your Parisian destination elopement in the most romantic city in the world.

1 A walk in Montmartre

The streets of Montmartre are really conducive to a romantic stroll. Along with the Latin Quarter, that of Montmartre is perhaps one of the most famous and characteristic of Paris. This old village, annexed by the capital in the middle of the 19th century, has its remarkable hill above all: culminating at 130 meters in height, it is the highest point in Paris. This is also where you will find the Sacré-Coeur basilica. Homeland of many artists since the 19th century, admirable viewpoint, historic site, Montmartre is a magnificent and unmissable district where it is always pleasant to go and dream as a couple.

Don’t forget to come and see the « I love you wall ». « I love you », engraved or written in all the languages ​​of the world! « The wall of I love you » is located in Paris, on the Montmartre hill, place des Abbesses, in the square Jehan Rictus Métro: Abbesses.

2 Having brunch at Mariage Frères

Mariage Frères has been a tea house in Paris since 1854, one of the oldest French tea houses offering a large selection of pure and flavored teas and tea accessories.

The brand also has restaurants and tea rooms. The must for your romantic brunch.

4 addresses for tea rooms serving brunch:

Wedding Brothers Le Marais – 35 Rue du Bourg Tibourg, 75004 Paris

Etoile Brothers Wedding – 260 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, 75008 Paris

Marriage Brothers Left Bank – 13 Rue des Grands Augustins, 75006

Wedding Frères Rive Louvre – Carrousel de Louvre, 99 Rue de Rivoli, 75001 Paris

3 A picnic in the heart of Paris

Jardin du Luxembourg, Jardin des Tuileries, Parc Monceau, Buttes Chaumont, the banks of the Canal Saint-Martin, so many magnificent places that can only make you spend a pleasant moment as a couple. Collect some good products that you like, treat yourself to lunch in a magnificent setting, simply for two.

4 Take a dinner cruise on the Seine!

Dinner aboard the Don Juan II..for a romantic cruise! On board, the kitchen of Guy Krenzer, Meilleur Ouvrier de France.

5 Have a drink at Les Deux Magots

This is one of the oldest cafés in Paris (1873!)

« Les Deux Magots » is a true legend of the Saint Germain des Prés district. A café-restaurant committed to perpetuating ancient traditions. The hot chocolate served on a tray by the waiters in black and white outfits, is made « old fashioned » from real square bars.

The Two Magots

6 Place Saint-Germain-des-Pres, 75006 Paris

6 An evening at the Opéra Garnier

“An evening at the Opéra Garnier” can be reserved several months in advance! A real leap into the past in a decor made of gilding and sculpture, the room is immersed in a red velvet atmosphere, overlooked by an immense chandelier suspended from the ceiling painted by Chagall. Please note that punctuality is essential! Any latecomers will be refused access and will only be able to enter at intermission!

Garnier opera

8 Rue Scribe, 75009 Paris

01 71 25 24 23

7 The bridge of arts

A short stroll on “the most romantic bridge in Paris”. This place offers a magnificent view of Paris. This bridge was a « must-see » for lovers in Paris. Thousands of lovers hung up a padlock and threw the key into the Seine to symbolize their love. So much so that the city of Paris had to end up parting with all these padlocks which ended up weighing so much that the gates began to collapse!

8 Visit the Museum of Romantic Life

“The Museum of Romantic Life”, located in the Pigalle district close to the Hôtel Secret de Paris, is, as its name suggests, a place filled with history and romanticism. It was at the time the house of the painter Ary Scheffer, built in 1830. The ground floor is dedicated to the famous woman of letters Georges Sand, exhibiting furniture and works of art from the 18th and 19th centuries. Weather permitting, take advantage of the museum garden to relax over a cup of tea…a real haven of peace open from March to October.

Romantic Life Museum

16 rue Chaptal, 75009 Paris

01 55 31 95 67

Capture love moments

Call on a photographer who will become your accomplice and will discreetly capture your most intimate moments, such as the wedding proposal.