Tour Eiffel, view from the Trocadero (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
By Steve Diffin
When asked to suggest The most romantic city in the world most people will say Paris, evoking precious seemingly long gone romantic memories. Paris with it's seductive backdrop is certain to rekindle the magic of romance of the past or indeed encourage an excitement for one to embark upon a "dangerous liaison". Experience the romance of a weekend visit to Paris where you can gaze adoringly at the Pont Des Arts from the 1st and the arrondissements. Take in the most romantic view in the world, a 360 degree panoramic view of the famous Paris sights of "Ile de la Cite", and of course "the Louvre", while surrounded by the reflective dancing colours of the river Seine. Only replacing such breathtaking surroundings long enough to lovingly gaze into your companions eyes.
No trip to Paris can ever be complete without visiting the most famous land marks in the world - The Eiffel Tower and of course Notre Dame as featured in the great movie "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" Visit the charming artists haunt, Montmartre, with its quaint, winding streets and pretty squares, dominated by the glorious Basilica of Sacre Coeur.
Make time for a magical visit to the magnificent formal gardens of Versailles, where you can almost feel the presence of the kings and courtiers. Kiss under the Pont-Marie - The Pont-Marie is known as the "bridge of lovers" and legend has it that if you kiss under the Pont-Marie and wish for eternal love, your wish will be granted. So, hop onto a bateau-mouche, the riverboats that travel up and down the Seine, and ensure that your relationship will stand the test of time with a kiss.
Magic, romance, excitement and fun, style, rich in culture and historic interest - Paris has the winning formula for a fabulous Paris weekend break at any time of year. With its seductive architecture, superb shopping, delicious gastronomic delights and a vibrant night life - Paris is a city which really does have everything!
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