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Paris Honeymoon Package

Paris is the capital of France and considered to be the most cost-high city of Europe, as it stands high with grace due to its booms in the field s of politics, commerce, education, entertainment, media, fashion and arts. It is located in northern France on both banks of the Seine River. Alternatively, it has also been called `La Ville-Lumiere or `The City of Light’, thereby illuminating  hope of bliss  amongst the newly-weds on their Paris Honeymoon Package, as they reach the  Pontoise Airport, the beatific international airport of Paris.

Tourist Attractions:

It is quite possible that the honeymooners would rush to the Eiffel Tower, just to ignite the essence of romance towards the start of their vacation! The Eiffel Tower is considered to be the most delightful, amazing and tallest monument in the world, tintillating visitors from across the globe!  Louvre Museum is one of the largest museums in the world displaying works like the Mona Lisa from Leonardo da Vinci, Venus de Milo statue and Winged Victory, with the latest addition being the glass pyramid, encouraging the couples tied-by-the-knot, to dwell in their mirror of emotions, away from the hustle and bustle of normal routine. Works by Pablo Picasso and Auguste Rodin are found in Musee Picasso and Musee Rodin respectively, which is surrounded by a beautiful garden with some of his most famous sculptures on display in the garden such as: The Burghers of Calais, The Thinker, The Gates of Hell and Balzac. The indoor exhibits include numerous works, marble sculptures, plaster casts, reproductions, originals and sketches.

A visit to the Notre Dame Cathedral located on a small island in the heart of the city and being its religious centre, would shower enough blessings! A walk in the Jardin du Luxembourg, located near the Sorbonne University and the most popular park in Paris, would serve as a healty meal, any time of the day.  At the centre of the park is an octagonal pond, known as the Grand Bassin, which has two  most famous fountains, one is the Fontaine de Medicis and another fountain is Fontaine de l'Observatoire. The Gare d'Orsay is a museum housed in a grand railway station, by the same name but converted into a monument, containing paintings and different art forms, including sculptures, engravings, photos, film, architecture and urbanism. Ra de Paris Garnier, a small lake still exists under the opera building, which has a massive seating capacity for the largest theatres in the world. The largest opera houses of Paris are the 19th century Opera Garnier (historical Paris Opera) and modern Opera Bastille, as the former tends towards the more classic ballets and operas, and the latter provides a mixed repertoire of classic and modern.  An earnest dramatic and artistic experience on the Paris Honeymoon Package!             

Montmartre is a historic area on the Butte, home to the Basilique du Sacre-Coeur, and is an amalgamation of studios, cafes and many great artists in the area. Montparnasse is a another famous Left Bank area known for artists’ studios, music halls,  cafe life,  the  large Montparnasse-Bienvenue metro station and the lone Tour Montparnasse skyscraper. A symbol of the Revolution period is the two Statues of Liberty located on the Ile aux Cygnes on the Siene and in the Luxembourg Garden.  Disneyland Paris, flows in visitors to not only Paris but also the rest of Europe.

Art and artifacts from the MiddleAges and Impressionist eras are kept in Musee de Cluny and Musee d’Orsay respectively, the former with the prized tapestry cycle, The Lady of the Unicom Paris’ newest museum, the Musee du Quai Branly,opened its doors to visitors and houses art from Africa, Asia, Oceania, and the Americas. Starkly apparent with its service-pipe exterior, the Centre Georges Pompidu also known as Beaubourg, houses the Musee National d’art Moderne.


Saint Oueen Flea Market, Porte de Vanvesand Porte de Montreuil are some popular markets for bargaining and shopping in France. Au Bon Marcandeacute, Au Printemps Galeries, Lafayette Marks and Spencer and La Samaritaine are some departmental stores to buy various goods. Fauborg Saint-Honore is one of Paris' high-fashion districts, home to labels such as Hermes and Christian Lacroix. Saint Oueen Flea Market, Porte de Vanvesand Porte de Montreuil are some popular markets for shopping in France.  The couples would find neoclassic art, rare ornamental jewellery and designerware clothing at Nearby Place Vendome wherein many famous fashion designers have their salons located. Champs-Elysees is a garden promenade turned avenue connecting Place de la Concorde and Arc de Triomphe, a tourist charm and an important shopping street of Paris. Avenue Montaigne next to the Champs-Élysées, is home to luxury brand labels such as Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Dior and Givenchy.  An entreaty to shop on the Paris Honeymoon Package!


There are many restaurants which serves you delicious food. La Luna popular for its seafood, Nouvelle Viet Nam famous for Thai and Vietnam food, Sale e Pepe is an authentic Italian restaurant, Youlin, a nice Japanese restaurant. Le Pre Catelan, L'Arpege, Le Bistrot Papillon, Les Ambassadeurs are some restaurants which offer French Cuisine. Anyone wanting a grand-slam experience of Gallic gastronomic grandeur won't do better than the glamorous dining room at the Hotel Meurice in the heart of the city. Mosaic floor, crystal chandeliers, heavy damask curtains at the windows overlooking the Tuileries Gardens across the street – and the magnificent space is animated by old-school but friendly service that's as precise as a minuette.At  L'Astrance, despite the vertiginous prices of Paris haute cuisine, a meal at one of these nec plus ultra tables is an investment that just  would enthrall the appetite, and snagging a sought-after table at chef Pascal Barbot's three-star restaurant on a cobbled side street  is well worth persistence. 

The oldest Indian restaurant in Paris, Annapurna offers a sumptuous variety of gourmet and is a favourite of celebrities and business persons alike, whereas, undoubtedly rated as the best Indian restaurant, `Indra’ has been listed for over 30 years in the prestigious Guide Michelin as fourchette d’or.

Come back from this tantalising paradise with a gleam in your heart, mind and soul, as you return from the Paris Honeymoon Package!