Honeymoon in Paris


After the official marriage, all newlyweds want to go on a honeymoon. Some young people can not afford the big expenses, so the dream of visiting the capital of France, the most romantic city in the world, is postponed indefinitely. But a honeymoon in Paris is not such an expensive pleasure as lovers think, especially since the impressions brought from there will be remembered by the newlyweds for life.

How to organize a honeymoon in Paris

Paris is a very hospitable city. It doesn’t matter how much time you decide to spend on visiting it: a week or a month, but you can get there in only two ways:

  1. Buy a ticket from any tour operator.
  2. Organize a trip yourself.

If Paris is the final choice of honeymooners for a honeymoon, then choosing a method of visiting it, you should know that each of these options has its pros and cons. If you buy a ready-made honeymoon tour, you will be spared the hassle associated with applying for a Schengen visa for a month, buying tickets and looking for housing - it will take more time.

The disadvantage of such a trip is that you have to go to famous places in Paris together with other participants of the tour, as well as be tied to a certain schedule of excursions. The advantage of independent travel is complete freedom of action. Moreover, now they buy tickets and rent a hotel in any country in the world on the Internet, without leaving home.

Honeymoon Trip to Paris

Places to visit in Paris

Paris leaves no one indifferent, and this city will leave unforgettable impressions for the lovers. Be sure to stroll in the evening along the shores of the famous Seine, which divides the capital of France into two parts. Climb the 500 steps of the Arc de Triomphe to reach the peak of the triumph of Napoleon and the French army. Upstairs you will see a fantastic view of Paris. Take a stroll through the beautiful Luxembourg Gardens, which is a place of pilgrimage not only for foreign tourists, but also for the Parisians themselves.

The Eiffel Tower is the place for which millions of people travel to Paris. This is the most recognizable landmark not only in the capital of France, but throughout Europe. A beautiful building - the Eiffel Tower - a symbol of the beauty of the city of lovers, which is popular with photographers, artists and directors around the world. Take unforgettable photos on her background! On a honeymoon, you can not ignore the Notre Dame Cathedral, which is the heart of Paris. At sunset, one of the oldest buildings in Europe is a stunningly beautiful sight.


Montmartre is the most interesting area of ​​the capital of France, where a couple in love has something to see for their honeymoon. If you yourself are still poorly orientated in an unfamiliar place, then it is better to take a Russian-speaking guide who will tell you about the sights of this popular place among travelers:

  1. Theater Square is the heart of Montmartre. Famous artists Maurice Utrillo and Pablo Picasso created their masterpieces here. Now it is a center of contemporary world art..
  2. Pigalle Square, which is famous for sex shops, brothels, the Museum of Erotica.
  3. Salvador Dali Museum.
  4. Cabaret «Moulin rouge».
  5. Cabaret «Agile rabbit».
  6. Montmartre History Museum.
  7. The vineyard in which Montmartre wine is world famous.
  8. The cemetery in which such famous personalities as Dalida, Jacques Offenbach, Heine, Ampère, Berlioz, Stendhal and others rest.
  9. Flea market - the most famous flea market in Paris, where everything is bought / sold.
  10. A wall of love, the stone walls of which keep the heart secrets or love dramas of lovers from around the world.
    Wall of love at Montmartre in Paris

The Louvre and the Pyramids

Although the word « pyramid» and associated with Egypt, the glass pyramid of Paris, located above the main entrance of the Louvre, is a landmark of the city. It was built in 1980 from beautiful glass, forming a contrast with the historical walls of the museum. This modern building is an excellent solution to the problem of a large flow of people. After all, the originally constructed entrance was no longer pitted with visitors who come from all over the world every year to visit the Louvre.

The ancient Louvre Museum and the modern pyramid of Paris

Latin Quarter

The Latin Quarter is a must visit for a honeymoon. This is an old district of Paris, which is located near the world-famous University of the Sorbonne on the left bank of the Seine. He was named after students who used to live here, who spoke Latin. Now the Latin Quarter is a tourist quarter, and students have long been unable to afford the price of hotel rooms.

The Latin Quarter will welcome the newlyweds in the streets that have preserved the charm of old architecture, coffee houses and restaurants, in which you must definitely try the best dishes of French cuisine:

  • onion soup;
  • frog leg soup;
  • cocotte eggs;
  • Provencal vegetable stew (ratatouille);
  • Lorraine cake with bacon and eggs;
  • clafuti fruit dessert.
    Paris: Latin Quarter

Notre Dame Cathedral

A walk to Notre Dame Cathedral will fill the lovers with positive energy, because the greatest Catholic church was built in a place of incredible strength. There are crowds of tourists near the cathedral around the clock, and the place is saturated with an atmosphere of mystery and mysticism. The dimensions of Notre Dame are astounding. Only the main premise is 130 meters long, 50 wide, 35 m high. Up to 9,000 people can be present here simultaneously.

In front of Notre Dame Cathedral there is a mark «zero kilometer», from which all distances are measured in France. There is a belief that if lovers stand at this mark and make a wish, then it will certainly come true. If the newlyweds on their honeymoon wish to see not only architectural masterpieces, but also monsters with chimeras, then they should climb the Cathedral’s North Tower at 387 steps. Here Paris will appear before them in a new and unexpected light..

Paris: Notre Dame Cathedral

Disneyland park

On your honeymoon in the French capital, visit the local Disneyland. This is the most popular place in Paris among lovers, children and tourists. Disneyland Park is a fabulous kingdom in which people, regardless of age, become its happy inhabitants. Newlyweds on a steam locomotive will travel around the entire park, making stops near the Sleeping Beauty Castle, Fantasy Country, Adventure Country, Discovery Country and Borderland. At each stop, the most unusual and interesting scenery is presented, involving visitors in unforgettable adventures..

The fantastic world of Disneyland in Paris

Estimated cost of travel

The cost of a trip to Paris with a group of 8 nights for the newlyweds will cost about 1300 euros. This includes flight, hotel accommodation, transfer, language support for excursions. Visas to France are paid separately. If the newlyweds have not decided on the date of return, and want to spend the whole honeymoon in Paris, then they should stock up on a larger amount, because living in the capital of France is not a cheap pleasure.

Visa Processing for Honeymoon in Paris

If you decide to visit Paris on your honeymoon, and do it yourself, then you need to apply for a Schengen tourist visa. To do this, you need to visit the embassy of France, and take the following documents with you on the list:

  1. Original and copy of passport.
  2. A medical policy that is issued for the entire trip.
  3. Hotel reservation in Paris.
  4. Flights.
  5. Two color photographs on a matte background of size 3.5x4.5.
  6. Certificate of employment.
  7. Documents confirming solvency.

A short-term tourist visa is issued for 1 month (30 days) or 2 months (60 days). If one of the newlyweds does not work, then the French side will require a sponsorship letter from a working person who pays for the trip. It is much easier to get a visa to France for a honeymoon and see Paris if you contact a special agency. Then the newlyweds will be able to avoid a lot of paperwork and standing in lines of the French consulate.

Video: holding a honeymoon in Paris

Paris is the best place to spend a honeymoon. Many newlyweds know this, therefore they strive to get into this amazingly romantic city. One has only to look at night Paris from the heights of the Eiffel Tower, and you will fall in love with it with the most devoted love. Even one month is not enough to see all the sights of this city, so lovers come here again and again.

The best month to travel to Paris is September. In spring, the capital of love and romance is still warm, it’s cool and damp, and in the summer it is too sultry, so the newlyweds choose early autumn for the honeymoon when the weather is beautiful. Watch in the video how a young couple spends their honeymoon, and how they saw Paris a month after their marriage: