They say that there is something in the air, but it is also a mix of tradition, art, fashion, architecture, food, wine and chocolate that makes this city so special.
The first thing you should do in Paris is visit the bridge Ponts des Arts where you must kiss, make a wish and hang a padlock on its railings. You should also go to Monmartre and take a ride on a merry-go-round at Place des Abbeses or hire a vintage car for a road trip around the city centre in the evening. There is a mystical connection between lovers and chocolate in Paris so don’t miss the opportunity to try delicious desserts at Laduree and Pierre Herme.
Since Paris has more hotels than any city in the world you should do thorough research and find romantic accommodation that will suit your budget. You can get a room with a stunning view if you are prepared to spend some extra money or simply find an affordable but romantic bed and breakfast in a nice location.
If you want to taste authentic French cuisine and experience that typical Parisiene atmosphere described in novels, find a bistro with tradition and reputation. It is worth all the money to have a candle light dinner and taste unique French dishes and premium wines. However, even if you are on the budget, there are some charming little restaurants around Monmartre where you can enjoy an intimate lunch or dinner.