A place of inspiration for many artists, Paris seems to have been painted by the skilful brush of a 20th century impressionist.
What makes this city such a popular destination for lovers from all over the world are its spectacular sights and the romance in the air.
Between monuments and Haussmann-style buildings, the Eiffel Tower lights majestically into the sky. The Tower, symbol of the city, welcomes millions of tourists every year. Seeing it is a must, but what other Hidden romantic places in paris should a couple in love visiting the French capital see?

Valentine’s Day in the city of love

If you don’t know what to choose as a Valentine’s Day or wedding anniversary gift for your sweetheart, a trip to Paris is the perfect idea. The city offers many opportunities to celebrate love in every season and the photos you take home with you will be unforgettable.

Le mur des je t’aime: an art installation dedicated to love

A unique image of love is certainly “Le mur des je t’aime”, in the district of Montmartre. It is a permanent pictorial installation created in 2000 by artists Frederic Baron and Claire Kito.
The mural is covered with “I love you” written in over 300 different languages by lovers from all over the world.

While you are in this wonderful neighborhood, be sure to have a glass of wine with your sweetheart at the café where the movie Amélie Poulain was filmed, the Café des Deux Moulins.

To finish the walk, go a little further up the streets, passing by the Moulin de la Galette, the only working windmill on the Butte Montmartre. Finally, admire the magnificent and romantic view of Paris from the steps of the Sacré-Cœur church.

Another romantic idea: have a painting of the couple on the Place du Tertre, known for its portrait artists who recall the time when Montmartre was the favorite neighborhood of artists.

The Museum of Romantic Life

In this same area, at the foot of the Montmartre hill, set in a beautiful garden surrounded by rose bushes, is a place dedicated to Romanticism. In the 19th century it was the residence of the Dutch painter Ary Scheffer. Today it is “The Museum of Romantic Life”.

This atmospheric museum is full of objects, paintings and sculptures recalling the Romanticism period and the memories of the writer George Sand. The garden houses a small café where you can take a pleasant break.

Strolling along the Seine and Seine River Cruise

If you find yourself strolling hand in hand along the banks of the Seine at sunset, you will be captivated by the timeless magic that surrounds you. Between the stalls selling old books and the old illuminated bridges, the urge to kiss will be irresistible.
You will probably be led to climbing aboard one of the boats that ply the Seine River, to enjoy the city from another point of view, preferably with a romantic candlelight dinner. Indeed, a Seine River Cruise one of the most romantic things you can do in Paris.

Romantic pictures at Bir-Hakeim Bridge

Looking for a perfect location for your most romantic photos? Ask the wedding photographers and they will point you to the Bir-Hakeim Bridge, with its stunning view of the Eiffel Tower, providing the perfect backdrop for the perfect photograph.

In conclusion, whether you find yourself in Paris by chance, or to celebrate a special Valentine’s Day, one thing is for sure: the days you spend in the city of light will be forever etched in your memory.

Where is the Mur des Je t’aime? Address

Address : Square Jehan Rictus, Pl. des Abbesses, 75018 Paris
Horaires: 8h – 17h30

Where is Amélie Poulain’s café? Address

Café des Deux Moulins
Address: 15 Rue Lepic, 75018 Paris
Opening hours :
Monday 7am-2am
Tuesday 7am-2am
Wednesday 7am-2am
Thursday 7am-2am
Friday 7am-2pm
Saturday 9am-2am
Sunday 9am-2am

Musée de la Vie Romantique, The Museum of Romantic Life address

Address: 16 Rue Chaptal, 75009 Paris
Thursday 10 AM–6 PM
Friday 10 AM–6 PM
Saturday 10 AM–6 PM
Sunday 10 AM–6 PM
Monday Closed
Tuesday 10 AM–6 PM
Wednesday 10 AM–6 PM

Where is the windmill Paris montmartre?

Le Moulin de la Galette
75-77 rue Lepic – 75018 Paris