Paris is a destination full of possibilities for people with artistic interests. From the marvellous Parisian cafés with an intellectual air to the luxury of fashion shows, the Parisian love stories have settled into our collective consciousness over the years. Finding romance in Paris is easy, with a slew of excitements lining every street and art is on every single corner.
Life also does not get more exciting than living in a Parisian Style hotel and going out dancing every night as they did in the old musicals. For the interested, Paris would always hold some wonder at every corner, and for those unacquainted, we’ve created a perfect little nook of travel recommendations you can use to woo your lover to your side during the vacations.
1. Moulin Rouge
Going to a place where countless hearts have been broken might seem a bit sketchy for a loving couple. However, the most famous Cabaret in the city is still up and running and is a sight to see. Check-in and book from ahead to see a whirlwind of colors and dancing that was so unique to Paris back in the day. Remember to enjoy some good old fashioned shows and find yourself living the life that Dukes and Duchesses lead.
Moulin has been turned into a family attraction over time, and any kid over six can attend, so, you don’t have to worry if you have the family with you.
2. Musee de d’Orsay
Paris has been known for two things over the years, the romance and the art. Musee de d’Orsay brings these two together. Discover the hues of a Degas or the quiet simplicity of a Monet in this museum. The greatest plus point? These cultural visits to museums can easily be complemented with a bite at the heart of Paris, and a warm tea at a cafe.
Also, there’s nothing quite as romantic as taking the view of an essential van Gogh painting and resting your head on your lover’s shoulder.
3. North Marais
While, the usual tourists throng to shop at the full places, make your way to a different kind of culture at the North Marais. FIlled with new upcoming brands and designers, you can treat your loved one to a Kitsune and other local brands. If you’re looking to diversify Printemps Hommes offers some of the best men’s underwear from the world, from all the best designers.
Remember, to add to your list the old covered passages of Paris. The earliest Parisian malls, these boast a slew of shopkeepers selling everything from antiques to books, everything to keep this journey memorable.
4. Palais-Royal gardens
One of those places which don’t have crowds, this Royal garden is home to many perfumes and glove makers. Live your life up like a monarch (after all, this was one of the childhood homes that a French King lived in), or indulge in the modernity of the best designers offering you fresh new products.
Remember to make your way into one of the restaurants nearby, these restaurants have hosted a slew of famous Parisians in the past, including Proust. This is also an ideal place to find a corner and have a heart-to-heart with your lover, far away from the crowd.