The graceful city of Paris has always inspired love. You will be able to see plenty of couples holding hands and strolling through the elegant streets of Paris. If you are planning to go on your first Paris tour with the special person in your life, then be ready for it because the City of Lights has a lot to offer.
You might have already learned about the famous “love-locking” bridges in Paris, but this place has now become a tourist cliché. So, if you are planning to skip the “love-locking” bridges in Paris, then you might have to do a bit of research to find other romantic places to visit during your Paris tour. To help you out in that, here are some of the most admired places in Paris that couples should not miss.
Le Pont Alexandre III
Exuberant Art Nouveau lamps, the spectacular Beaux-Arts style, winged horses, nymphs, and cherubs make Le Pont Alexandre III one of the most beautiful romantic spots in the city. Many photographers in Paris choose this destination for capturing newlyweds on the film. Take a picture with your other half with the imposing glass-domed Grand Palais and enjoy a delicious cocktail before you walk out from here.
Le Pont de Sully
If you want to get a whole and graceful look of the Notre Dame, then Le Pont de Sully should be on top of your must-see places’ list. Walk the extra mile right to Île Saint-Louis’s end, have a look at the cathedral from its rear end, and admire the piece of architectural brilliance as long as you want. We highly recommend you to take a few pictures while you are here, as it will add more beauty to your Paris tour.
If you are running out of time, then you might be a little bit tempted to rush towards the well-known gardens such as the Jardins de Luxembourg and the Champ-de-Mars. However, if you still prefer romantic spots to cliché attraction, then head to the Parc Monceau. The Roman-style colonnade and the scaled-down lake in Parc Monceau will be one of the major attractions of your first Paris tour. Try to visit Parc de Vincennes, Le Chalet des Îles, and Le Grand Véfour if you still have time.