1. Le Mur Des Je T’aime
Situated in the picturesque Montmartre, the “Wall Of Love” comprises 612 tiles of enamelled lava with the words “I love you” written in 250 different languages. See how many you both can pronounce, then perch in the garden to watch tourists and couples gaze at this wonder wall.
Square Jean Rictus, Place des Abesses
2. Square du Vert Galant
The Square du Vert Galant is a small public park on a natural island in the middle of the river Seine. To get there, walk across the Pont Neuf bridge and take the cobbled steps down to the park. It is the perfect place to enjoy a picnic or a bottle of French wine while watching boats cruise by. Views include the Eiffel Tower ahead and Notre Dame Cathedral which is lit up in the evening.
1 Square du Vert Galant
There’s nothing more quintessentially French than an afternoon of tea and macarons. Ladurée is a dessert icon in France, created in 1862. It is obviously best known for its double-decker macarons but also sells a wide range of sweet treats. This boutique in the Avenue des Champs-Élysées is the perfect chic setting for a sugar-loving couple.
75, avenue des Champs-Élysées
4. Pont De Bir-Hakeim
This stunning bridge was made famous by the Leonardo DiCaprio movie, Inception, and many now know it as the “Inception Bridge”. Spanning the river Seine, it is made of steel and was designed by architect Jean-Camille Formige. Take a walk under the marvellous shapes which, from some angles, look like they run for an eternity.
Quai de Grenelle
5. The Musée Rodin garden
Feel like you’re stepping back in time while enjoying the detailed works of French sculptor Auguste Rodin at the Musée Rodin. The gardens are like a setting from a Marie Antoinette movie. We recommend packing a picnic from Marché Bastille, and spending the afternoon among acres of greenery and sculptures.
77 rue de Varenne