5 Romantic Activities in Paris
For many people, a honeymoon in Paris is the epitome of love and romance. In any case, this French city isn’t hailed as the City of Love for nothing. Newlyweds and lovers who intend to spend their honeymoon or a romantic holiday in Paris will certainly experience no lack of romantic things to do. Actually, the challenge will be to fit in as many activities and sights in your vacation as you possibly can. Below are some romantic things that you and your spouse must not miss out on.
1. High Tea at the Hotel Ritz
In case you are going to do High tea, remember to do it in style in one among the most classy settings in Paris, surrounded by sparkly crystal, precious antiques, and refined silver. Your gourmet tea or remarkably thick hot chocolate will be served with a tower of mouthwatering pastries, small sandwiches, and scones with jam and cream. And of course, nobody, including the graciously efficient staff will blink an eye if you and your lover steal a couple of kisses at the table. (Image by Rose Trinh)
2. Dinner and Show at the Moulin Rouge
A night at the Moulin Rouge is a once in a lifetime experience that you’ll want to do over and over again. On arrival, you’ll be escorted to your table where you’ll be served Champaign, treated to a delicious three-course pre-show dinner and royally entertained by an amazing show, entitled “Feerie”. It’s the most well-known show in Paris and sells out fast.
3. Champagne at the Flute Bar
This small venue hidden on a small side-street just of the place de l’Etoile, was initially a gentleman’s bar and still has an illegitimately naughty feel to it. Take a seat on the velour banquette just next to the fireplace with a Champaign cocktail. Alternatively, you can find a quiet cubicle upstairs for a more intimate face to face chat. Despite the location and the quality of the services offered here, the prices are very reasonable, and if you go on Tuesday from 5pm to 8pm, you’ll get two drinks for the price of one.
4. Dinner at the Dame du Canton Night Club and Restaurant
Add a little bit of gypsy-themed romance to your evening on this antique wooden boat. Majority of people go to this place for the live world music, especially gypsy jazz, but below the deck you will find a comfortable, lantern-lit restaurant serving French delicacies. Reserve the cushion-filled corner in the back for more privacy. However, ensure that your sweetheart is not susceptible to sea sickness, or else the gentle shaking of the boat may end your evening prematurely.
5. A Chocolate Massage at the Four seasons George V Hotel
Rather than the traditional box of chocolates, amaze your sweetheart with a chocolate spa treatment at the Four seasons George V hotel. A chocolate-mint body scrub is followed by a Swiss chocolate and sweetened body wrap, and finished up with a deep tissue massage using cocoa oil. In short, you’ll have thirty minutes of pure bliss.(Image by George)
In conclusion, a romantic holiday or a honeymoon in Paris is certainly a once in a lifetime experience, so it’s important that you and your sweetheart make the most out of the trip. Also, make sure you book one of the most romantic accommodations in the area. The best part is that you can easily find the best accommodation online and book in advance your Paris Moulin Rouge tickets. However, be cautious while looking for these accommodations so as to get the best value for your money. Remember, no romantic holiday in Paris is complete without the French kiss experience. You’ll surely want to experience this amazing, out-of-this-world experience.
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