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How to plan a honeymoon in Paris
First published: November 9, 2018

Doesn’t it go without saying that your honeymoon is going to be romantic? Unfortunately not, and you’re going to have to work hard to make sure that it is. A lot of the stress is already over, because you’ve made all the plans for your wedding. However, planning your honeymoon can still be very stressful. If you’re in need of a little help and guidance, you’re in the right place. We’ve gathered together some ideas and tips to help make your Paris honeymoon one to remember. Even if you’ve been living together for a while, your stay in the city of romance needs to be memorable.

Make it a Joint Decision

You may be very tempted to make the honeymoon a surprise for your partner but you need to be 100% sure that’s what they would like. Go ahead and book a hiking honeymoon up the Andes, but have you considered they might prefer staying in romantic Paris instead? The accommodation you choose is going to be the most important aspect of your honeymoon, so make sure you choose wisely and together. This is the beginning of your life as a couple so get things off on the right foot by making plans. It’s a chance to learn more about each other’s likes and dislikes and how you can make decisions together.

What is Your Budget

Finding the money for a romantic honeymoon isn’t always easy, especially if you’ve spent all your savings on the wedding. If you’ve got to worry about looking for additional finance, you might need to check your credit report. If it’s not looking that rosy after the wedding expenses, consider looking into the option of cash loans no credit check. While you don’t want to leave yourself in heaps of debt, you also want to be certain your honeymoon is one you remember. It is possible to have an enjoyable time while saving money. When working out your budget remember to include flights, accommodation, food, sightseeing, entertainment, transfers to and from the airport and money you can spend shopping.

Compare Prices

This is something that is really easy to do, thanks to the internet. There are plenty of comparison websites you can use. You want to find the best deal possible as you might be running a little low on cash. Spending time looking at prices will also help you find the best location, and you can also check out special offers that are only available if you book online.

Success is all in the Research

Before you finalize any of your plans you must spend some time together researching what’s available in the city. Look at different hotels, the weather, sights you can visit, and take into account other people’s experiences.

If you decide on a honeymoon in Paris, there are some very romantic sights you can enjoy. The city’s charming culture, breathtaking sights such as the Eiffel Tower the Moulin Rouge, the River Seine, Notre Dame Cathedral, the Temple of Love, and the Louvre, mean it still remains one of the number one spots for romantic vacations. It’s a beautiful city to visit whatever the time of year, but for honeymoon couples June to August will ensure the weather is perfect. The days are long and filled with sunshine and it’s ideal for spending time outside exploring the city.

Be Savvy with Your Packing

Paris is one of the fashion capitals of the world, so you might want to pack some stylish clothes and accessories. Some essentials for your flight include earplugs, an eye mask, a toothbrush and a pair of sweat socks. Keep copies of all your important documents to avoid any last minute hassles.

If you’re planning to walk around Paris a sensible and comfortable pair of walking shoes is essential. For your romantic dinner dates in the evening you can bring a pair of stylish heels.

There are certain essentials you won’t want to leave home without. First and foremost, remember to bring your passport and travel documents. You’re also going to need to carry your mobile devices because everyone back home will want to keep up with your travel plans and all those romantic selfies you post on your social media pages. Chargers, headphones, USB cables, and power adapters are also essential.

How to Get Around the City

It might be your honeymoon, but you can’t spend the whole two weeks cuddled up in your hotel room. There are too many amazing sights to see so you’ll need to think about how you’re going to get around. The city of Paris is well served by a range of public transport options. There is the metro, the bus or RER suburban trains. Taxis can be hired at a reasonable price and there’s also the option of a rental. A must item for your stay in Paris is the Paris Passlib, which gives you admission to all the popular museums and monuments in Paris as well as unlimited transport throughout your stay in certain zones of the city.

One place you must visit while you’re in Paris on your honeymoon is Le Mur Des Je T’aime, otherwise known as the wall of “I Love You’s.” It was created by Frederic Baron and Claire Kito and has become a popular meeting place for lovers. Its name comes from the words “I Love You” written in more than 250 languages.

This is your first holiday together so make sure it’s a good one and come home with memories that last a lifetime. Paris is a very popular destination for honeymoon couples and there are going to be plenty of opportunities to cuddle up together and enjoy its beauty. Don’t spend all your time visiting the local sights and remember to keep some time for each other. If you spend all day walking around the city, all you’ll want to do when you get back to the hotel will be collapse on the bed and sleep. Which is not what a honeymoon is all about.

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