One of the most popular honeymoon destinations in the city of light, aka Paris, and for a good reason. Known also as the city of love, Paris is home to plenty of restaurants, museums, and art. You can’t go wrong picking Paris as a romantic destination, but there are still some things you need to get right in the planning stage to make the most of your time there. Here’s how to plan the perfect honeymoon in Paris. 

Research Hotels

While you should look out for the best deals on Paris accommodations, you should look a little more into the places than just the price. You might be OK with a three-quarter bed to share and a tiny bathroom on your usual quick getaways, but on your honeymoon, it’s time to treat yourself. Consider the view, too – you want to spark romance, and a gorgeous view to wake up to each morning can really help with that.  

Keep an eye out for honeymoon packages, as you’ll tend to receive excellent customer service and even some freebies on the side.

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Book in Advance 

When enjoying your honeymoon, wouldn’t you prefer to focus on your other half and the beautiful destination you are in? To make sure you can relax on your honeymoon, make sure to book your hotel and flights in advance. Don’t forget airport parking – ParkOn provides the best deals for parking your car at the airport, allowing you to reserve in advance while saving money.

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Learn the Phrases 

Impress your new wife/husband and earn the respect of the local Parisians by learning some of the language. It’ll make ordering in restaurants much easier, allowing you to explore different kinds of foods and understand the waiter when they recommend a special. Don’t worry – you don’t need to speak fluent French to enjoy Paris, but a few key phrases will improve your experience. 

Indulge in the Food 

You simply can’t go to Paris without trying some of its famous foods. From croissants to macarons, make sure you indulge yourselves in a variety of French cuisine during your stay. 

Take note of a few highly-rated restaurants for the pair of you to visit, leaving some room for those nights you find yourselves wandering the streets to find a quaint little restaurant on the corner. For ultimate romance, order the oysters!

Walk Down the Champs-Elysées

The Champs-Elysées is a must for any visitor of Paris. Lined with trees, cafés, restaurants, and shops, this famous avenue will keep you entertained for an entire day. It’s the perfect place to pick up any gifts for someone back home (or for your partner), and when your arms get too tired from holding all the bags, you can sit in a bustling little café and watch the world go by. 

Picnic in the Parc Monceau 

Paris is home to many parks, so you have a lot of choices when it comes to having an outdoor picnic, but the Parc Monceau is especially beautiful. The park dates back to the seventeenth century, and the greenery allows pure escapism from the hustle and bustle of the busy Paris streets. Is there anything quite as romantic as a park picnic in Paris?

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Try Some World-Famous Parisian Desserts

Paris offers some world-famous patisseries that serve some of the most delicious desserts in existence. What better time to indulge than when you are on your honeymoon? We have created an article about The Best French Pastries You Must Try When You Visit Paris. Give them a try, you are on honeymoon only once (probably).

See the Eiffel Tower at Night 

There is little doubt that you’ll head to the Eiffel Tower at some point during your Paris trip, and while a trip to the top in the daytime is a wonder, there’s something inexplicably beautiful about visiting the tower at night. When dusk falls, the tower lights up, creating a spectacle of beauty. Just make sure you don’t take a picture, as the light display is copyrighted!  

Visit the Louvre 

Even those who know nothing about art know that the Louvre is worth visiting. It is the biggest art museum in the entire world and was even once home to France’s Kings. The amount of art there is astonishing, and while you probably won’t fit in seeing every piece, you must make sure to get a glimpse of the Mona Lisa. 

Ask the Locals for Recommendations 

Sometimes, the best spots are those that aren’t on the tourist guides. If you know a little French and you’re staying in a place with French people, don’t hesitate to ask for underrated restaurants, streets, and cafes. You might just find a spot you can call your own! 

Give Yourself Enough Time 

While the length of time spent in Paris depends on your budget and your responsibilities at home, make sure you give yourself plenty of time to take everything in. After all, it is your honeymoon, so you should let yourselves enjoy your time away as a couple for as long as possible. 

When you’re with your partner, where you are doesn’t matter, but wouldn’t it be better to be in love in Paris? By planning the perfect honeymoon in Paris, you start your marriage in the most romantic way possible.