Paris is arguably the most romantic city on Earth, so it’s no wonder that people go there to stoke the flames of love. But are there specifically romantic things to do in Paris? We sure think so. Here are our favorites.
Tag Archives: Paris Parks and Gardens
April 1, 2013
For being so large and at time so traffic-congested, Paris remains one of the friendliest for biking. Whether you bring your own, rent one from the city or take a bike tour, it gives even frequent visitors a fresh new look at the City of Light.
March 25, 2013
If you’re in Paris during the spring and summer, put Giverny on your list of day trips. It combines art, history, beautiful scenery and seeing another part of France – and you’ll still be back in Paris in time for dinner!
June 19, 2012
Paris is a city that hardly needs an introduction. It is the most-visited city on Earth, and its attractions are known even to those who have never left their homes. For millennia it has been a destination, an icon, and one of the most influential capitals of the world. Its mark on culture, cuisine, art, architecture and fashions has helped people everywhere live just a little bit more fabulous. From where to stay to what to see off the normal tourist track to how to find the best baguette: here is your Insider’s Guide.
April 23, 2012
The Luxembourg Gardens are one of the world’s great places. They’re beautiful and iconic of Paris, they’re full of history and contain plenty to do and see. Built along with the Palais du Luxembourg in the 17th century by a heartbroken Marie de Medicis, after the assassination of her husband Henry IV, the park is typical of the time with its formal layout of avenues of trees, the central fountain and vista of the palace.
March 26, 2012
Spring is a happy time in Paris; everyone’s emerging from their winter hibernation and venturing back onto the streets and into the parks and cafes. You might need to take a jacket and scarf but the sun will be out and the flowers blooming. Some of the best places to soak up the spring sun are:
March 16, 2012
At first sight, central Paris can seem like a city crammed with buildings. Look closer and of course you’ll discover the manicured lawns and clipped trees of large gardens like the Luxembourg and Tuileries. Tucked away though are smaller stretches of greenery …