The best places for a classic and unforgettable Valentine’s day in Paris.
Valentine’s day in Paris? With romance in the air and the Eiffel Tower in the background, you are guaranteed to experience Valentine’s day the classical way – romantic and elegant, with flowers and chocolates. If you like to stick to the classics, Valentine’s day in Paris, will give you exactly that (and a lot more!).
It’s not a coincidence that Paris has often been called the most romantic city in the world. On the 14th of February, love is in the air more than any other day in 2020.
What to do in Paris on Valentine’s day?
Of course, narrowing down that choice can be very difficult which is why we did the research for you and found some of the best classical and romantic dinners on the river to give you the classical Valentine’s day you and your partner deserve.What can be more romantic than being on a boat, with a lovely dinner, just the two of you? All of the below-mentioned activities can be found on Viator with details and further information.
1. Valentine’s Day La Marina Seine Dinner Cruise
Not too much but not too little? The perfect romantic evening boat tour along the Seine which includes a souvenir portrait. After a glass of champagne, you can sit down for a 3-course dinner with some fantastic views of the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame, and the Louvre. Surprise your loved one with a late night dinner following a view of the Eiffel Tower at night.
2. Bateaux Parisiens Valentine’s Day River Cruise with 5 Course Dinner & Live Music
Want a bit of everything? How about making unforgettable memories with your partner in the City of Lights on a Valentine’s Day Seine River cruise with a 5-course dinner and live music. The boat will take you from beneath the Eiffel Tower and cruise onto the Seine River. Take in the beautiful waterfront and enjoy beautiful sights including the Musée d’Orsay, the Grand Palais and Notre Dame Cathedral.
3. Champagne Cruise on Seine River
If a full blown dinner is not your cup of tea – the champagne cruise might be the perfect option for you. Beginning at Pont Neuf, the oldest bridge of Paris, you will have the opportunity to see the most beautiful monuments of the capital. The Louvre Museum, Eiffel Tower, Orsay museum, cathedral of Notre Dame and the Concergrie. All of that while you enjoy the moment with your loved one and a lot of champagne!
The best properties for your stay
To end off your night we picked out our two most favorite places to stay in Paris where you can enjoy some well-deserved privacy with your Valentine this year. If they happen to be booked, we highly recommend you try them on your next trip to Paris anyway.
Close to the beautiful and famous Canal Saint Martin, this modern apartment is perfect for a Family of four or a couple who wants a bit more space. After crossing a little footbridge, you end up in this amazing ground floor flat, located in an Art Deco building. The mezzanine makes the place look bigger and lighter. Once you are settled in, you are ready to discover the 10th arrondissement and its typical Parisian lifestyle!
A spacious, chic and colorful apartment located in Bastille, the heart of the 11th arrondissement. With its two large bedrooms, it fits perfectly not only for a couple looking for some privacy, but also for a Family or a group of friends! The marble bathroom reinforces the elegant aspect of this stunning flat and after dimming the lights you will surely be feeling romance in the air. Close to trendy shops and restaurants, you will make the most of a typical Parisian district day and night! It also allows you to be in close proximity to the restaurant you pick for Valentine’s day.
Plan your trip to Paris
All the above-mentioned properties and experiences are amazing choices for your next trip to Paris. Don’t let your bags hold you back from experiencing Paris from the moment you arrive until the moment you depart. Store your bags with one of our luggage storage in + 40 locations around Paris. Also, if you would like to know more about where you can or can’t store luggage in London then we advise you to read our guide about left luggage in Paris.