France is the place to be when you want to take your loved one on an intimate date. Its capital is affectionately named “the city of love,” which is one of the most perfect destinations for Valentine’s Day. But with so much to see and do in a big city, you might fall short on time. So why not narrow down your options to the best possible date ideas? Here are the top 5 most romantic things to do in Paris for your hearts day itinerary.

 

Top 5 Most Romantic Things to do in Paris in Time for Valentine’s Day

 

1. Watch Romantic French Films at Studio 28

Studio 28

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Looking for a movie to watch in the city best known for its romantic films? Studio 28 is one of Paris’ oldest cinema to date where you can do just that. You and your loved one can spend a day going through hours of old and new French films. The cinematic beauty and storylines of movies are what the French are known for. The famous cinematic landmark is located in Butte  Montmartre 10 Rue Tholozé, 75018.

2. Check Out the Marché-Saxe Breteuil

Marché-Saxe Breteuil

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No trip is ever complete without going to a local market to get a glimpse of their produce. In Paris, the Marché-Saxe Breteuil is the place to go to. French farmers and local food artisans set up this flea market on the streets to sell their fresh products. They sell anything from flowers, bread, and greens all the way up to fish and meat. Each stall has something worth checking out, so take your time walking down. The market sets up in Avenue de Saxe on Thursdays and Sundays from 7 am to 3 pm. 

3. Go on a Boat Ride in Bois de Vincennes park

Bois de Vincennes

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Take your date on a romantic boat ride in Bois de Vincennes, a park for lovers everywhere. And when you’re done rowing across the beautiful lake, you can take a stroll down the rest of the park. Soak up the sun on the grass and enjoy each other’s company. You can also check out the wildlife creatures around the area. 

4. Take a Stroll Down Le Clos Montmartre

Le Clos Montmartre

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Le Clos Montmartre is Paris’ only vineyard in Sacré-Coeur, Paris. This beautiful secret garden is home to old yet incredible architecture and mesmerizing greens. There are tours you can book ahead of time where you get to see the majesty of this hidden gem. 

5. Have a Picnic at the Luxembourg Gardens 

Luxembourg Gardens

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The Luxembourg Garden is where you want to be when watching the sunset. The golden hour shines beautifully across the many floral trims around the area. You can also visit the Medici Fountain, check out the statues around the area, and visit the Palace grounds. 

There is a lot more to Paris than just the Eiffel Tower. When you go around this city, you’ll find many hotspots to take your loved one on an experience they’ll never forget. So take note of these cute and inviting itinerary ideas and

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