Paris – a romantic city that makes you fall head over heels again for your special someone or a city that makes for the most gorgeous backdrop for the heartfelt confessions? Irrespective of how we describe it, you know that when it’s honeymoon, it’s Paris! Thanks to the famous Eiffel Tower, The Louvre, the city’s charming culture, and more, that it stays to be an eternal heaven of romance. And so, having a honeymoon in Paris is always a good idea!

From when to embark on your new journey to the most romantic things to do, we’ve got everything covered here so that you can put your mind at ease, and not over-stress about planning your trip to Europe. Have a look at this Paris honeymoon itinerary and make notes!


The Weather in Paris:

Be it the sunshine months or the breezy ones, every season brings out a unique color of Paris that only makes you love the city more. These four types of season are equally great to witness the most talked about charm during your honeymoon in Paris.


Starting from March to June, this is the best season for you to venture out and enjoy biking, skating, or strolling. The average minimum temperature stays from 4°C to a maximum of 20°C.


The summer season hits the city from the end of June and stays till September. The city experiences not only long days of sunshine but is also thrilled with concerts and films. The temperature ranges from 13°C to 24°C.


The beauty of the city is enhanced the moment there are fallen leaves all around. From September end to December, the temperature ranges from 5°C to 21°C.


The temperature during this season ranges from 1°C to 7°C, making it a perfect time to enjoy hot coffee or chocolate.

  • While nothing changes the romantic aura of the city and it stays beautiful throughout the year, thebest time to visit Paris for honeymoonis between June to August. The weather is perfect and there are long days of sunshine, making it ideally a great time for you to head out and explore the city. The only downside is that this also happens to be the peak season, so the tourist crowd is something you can’t escape.
  • However, if you’re getting married sometime in the mid-year or at the end of it, and are ready to brave the chilly winds, fall and winter are equally the best seasons to have your Paris honeymoon. With no tourists around, there is a significant drop in the prices as well.

Ideal Duration For Your Honeymoon In Paris

While the duration of your Paris honeymoon completely depends on for how long you want your rejuvenating romantic holiday to be, the ideal duration to discover the city and enjoy the most engrossing things to do is three to four days.

What To Pack For Your Honeymoon In Paris?

Being one of the ‘Big Four’ fashion capitals of the world, all that Paris asks of you is a bag full of stylish clothes and accessories. While the kind of clothes to carry would completely depend on the season during which you’re planning to go for your honeymoon to Paris, here’s a list of some essentials for your travel baggage:

  • Get copies of your important documents like tickets, itinerary, passport and visa both handy and in your baggage to avoid any last minute hustle.
  • Don’t forget to pack a pair of comfy shoes, which let you walk around freely for the whole day long. And only one pair of stylish heels, to flaunt your admirable look on a dinner date evening.
  • Pack a European universal adapter to conveniently charge your mobile phone, laptop, camera, or any other electronics.
  • Pack a detailed street map in our cabin baggage to stay abreast with the nook and corner of the city.
  • A pair of sunglasses, an umbrella, your travel hat, and a power bank are a must to carry along.

How To Reach Paris

By Air

You can reach Paris by reaching the Charles de Gaulle Airport, the main airport of the city, which is also known as Roissy. The airport is located 23 km northeast of the city and has three terminals with great facilities for the travelers. The other two airports which serve the city are the Orly International Airport, 18 km away from the city, and the Beauvais Airport.

By Sea

Commuting to Paris via the sea is a great option for anyone who’s coming from the United Kingdom. The Ferry and the Hydrofoil services are available 24X7 in all seasons, and at least four trips happen every day from Folkestone to Calais.

By Bus

Most international buses come to Paris and then go into Gare Routiere Internationale du Paris-Gallieni. The international bus passes are cheaper than the rail passes, and offers unlimited travel, letting you board a bus whenever and wherever.

By Train

The five international stations in Paris make sure that there is no dearth of entry points into the city. But, there is no central station in the city, and the stations are not connected to each other. One of Europe’s most efficient rail systems is France’s Societe Nationale de Chemins de Fer, also known as the SNCF. You can reserve seats for any destination from any station.

Getting Around Paris


Public Transport

Be it the metro, the bus or the RER suburban trains, the whole city is very well covered, and traveling to and fro here is as easy as a cakewalk. If you want to plan a Paris honeymoon on a budget, use public transport.
A single metro ticket costs €1.90 or INR 130, and can be used for one journey, including all connections. Keep your ticket safe as you may be asked to show it upon inspection. While the cost of the RER train journey is the same as that of the metro (as long as you’re in the city), you can use the same ticket to commute by bus as well.


You can hire a local to commute within the city. Or any vehicle with a driver. Their services are personalized and a fixed price is decided in advance. Out of the variety of vehicles, you are offered cars, minivans, and limousines.


You can rent a car for a day or more from the airport or the train stations. The cost for the same varies from company to company and their terms and conditions.
Apart from these, you can also rent limousines, convertibles, electric bicycle, or scooters.

Get Your Paris Passlib’

A Paris pass is a must have item for your honeymoon in Paris. The Paris Convention and Visitors Bureau distributes the Paris Passlib’, a smart item that simplifies your stay in Paris. It is available for varying durations and ages so that you can choose the one that suits your schedule and taste the most.

Being the official pass of Paris, this lets you make the most out of your stay by giving you admission to all the leading museums and monuments in Paris, as well as sightseeing tours. You also get unlimited transport throughout your stay in zone 1, 2, and 3.

The pass is available for 1, 2, 3, or 5 days, for adults, young people and children, and can be chosen as per the length of your stay and the things that you want to see and do! It is undoubtedly the best key for travelers who are short of time and helps them skip the queue.

Romantic Places To Visit On Your Honeymoon In Paris

Check out the list of romantic places you should definitely visit with your lover on your honeymoon. Keep scrolling down and read all about these Paris honeymoon places.

1. The Louvre

Irrespective of whether you both are art lovers or not, The Louvre is a place you must visit on your honeymoon to Paris. It’s not only one of the largest museums in the world, but also one of the best places to visit in Paris. Its beauty lies in its architecture and the variety of artwork displayed in every nook and corner. Some of the famous works include Greek sculpture Venus de Milo, Antonio de Correggio’s Venus and Cupid With a Satyr, Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa etc. It is the most romantic of all Paris honeymoon destinations.

2. Temple Of Love

This famous temple stands on a little island made of two branches of a river, in the middle of the irresistible beauty of the Versailles field. Out of the many honeymoon destinations in Paris, this is one of the most romantic places in Paris, and a must visit for couples. Right from its spectacular neo-classical structure to its peaceful locale, everything here is a treat to the eyes. What makes this place more special is the famous belief that kissing your loved one at the centre of the temple strengthens your love and relationship. And there isn’t any better time to experience this than your first honeymoon in Paris.

3. Notre-Dame Cathedral

While Paris does have some really beautiful cathedrals, there’s nothing that matches the charm of Notre-Dame. Being one of the first Gothic cathedrals, the sculptures and the stained glass windows speak volumes about its beauty. Ho

4. Luxembourg Garden

Surrounding the Luxembourg Palace, this garden has been a hotspot for romance for centuries. From famous couples like Napoleon and Josephine to Jean-Paul Sarte and Simone de Beauvior, everyone has been here. The beautiful statues, fountains and the flower beds only add to the beauty of this place and create the perfect atmosphere for you to romanticize on your visit here. Also, this is one of the biggest gardens in Paris.

5. Disneyland

Thanks to the magic of this place, a visit here is one of the best ways to ignite a spark in your relationship. And trust us, it’s not just for kids! You can watch sparkly shows, indulge in romantic dinner date, and even stay at the hotels to experience a fairytale honeymoon in Paris.

7. Île Saint Louis

One of the two natural islands on Seine River, Ile Saint Louis is one of the romantic places that you should visit on your honeymoon in Paris. Nothing can beat the experience of wandering in the city of love with your hands clasped with your bae. This is exactly what you should do at Ile Saint Louis. Do not forget to bring a bottle of wine, some cheese, and a blanket to lay out with your sweetheart and watch the boats go by. You ought to include this in your Paris honeymoon ideas.

8. Eiffel Tower

There are no doubts about the beauty of the Eiffel Tower and how just a glance at it can make you fall head over heels for it. And while it’s worth visiting and admiring, it is also the best spot to confess your heartfelt feelings to your loved one. Make sure you visit here once it’s dark, so that the beautifully lit tower and the stars above you can make the perfect atmosphere for you two to romanticize.

3. Moulin Rouge

If dazzling beats and romantic decor is what gets you excited, then you definitely have to experience the cabaret shows at the famous Moulin Rouge. It’s one of the great things to do in Paris for couples. Situated at the foot of the Montmartre Highland, it speaks volumes about the rich culture and the social tales of France. The place stays open from 9 PM to 1 AM and costs around € 9 or INR 620 per person. This is surely one of the most romantic things to do in Paris in winter!

Tips For Your Honeymoon In Paris

  • Do check the weather in advance before you plan your honeymoon and book your tickets.
  • Pack the right kind of clothes along with all the travel essentials. Most importantly, a map to keep track of the city and the routes.
  • Don’t forget to carry a universal charger with you.
  • Buy a Paris Passlib’ either online or as soon as you reach the city to minimize your expenses.
  • Τry to pre-book everything online, especially the ticket for Disnayland.
  • Prefer commuting by the local transport, as it not only saves your money but also gives you a taste of the local lifestyle.
  • Keep your bags and purses closed and close to you whenever you’re on the way as pick pocketing is an issue in the whole of Europe.
  • Keep your bucket list of ‘things to do’ ready, so that you don’t miss out on anything while you’re here.

Are you ready for your romantic escapade? There could not be a more romantic place to spend a lovey holiday with your other half. Make sure everything’s on point, and don’t forget to customize your honeymoon trip to Europe with @theholidaysdestination to make it an even impeccable experience!

Where else is more romantic? That’s right, nowhere. 

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