Known as a romantic country, France is filled with the most romantic spots in the entire world. For this video, we’ll be listing down 5 of the most romantic destinations in France.
Known as the city of love, Paris is a no-brainer for this list. Whether you take the usual route of the Eiffel Tower, Museums, and Cafes or look for entirely new gimmicks, the city of love won’t disappoint.
Of course, if you’re looking for something more exciting in Paris, new destinations always find a way to pop up every so often.
Sancerre is a good destination to consider if you’re into wine and fine dining.
Combining both a great selection of cafes and other tourist destinations, as well as the exquisite white wine grown and brewed by the locals.
Pair that with their equally amazing cheese and the view from 312 meters above sea level, and you’ll be more than in love.
3. Pont Des Amor
The Pont Des Amor, also known as the Venice of the Alps, is one of France’s more underrated romantic destinations.
One glance at the place, and you’ll feel like you’re in a fairytale with how out of this world it feels. Filled with canals, bridges, and a crystal-clear lake, Pont Des Amor is as romantic as it gets.
Lille is the place to go if you’re looking for an assortment of things. From the wonderful art collection of Napoleon to the secondhand book market in Vielle Bourse, the old Stock Market, there’s plenty to explore.
You won’t have to spend much in Lille to enjoy a lot. Walking along the streets and enjoying a bite or two will make for a great vacation.
Tango dancing under the stars is also one of their special activities you can partake in on Sunday nights during summer.
Last but definitely not least is the charming medieval city of Troyes. Troyes has everything you’d look for in a romantic getaway.
Contrary to some destinations on this list, Troyes’ affinity for romance is rooted in its history. It’s home to Abelard and Heloise, one of France’s most iconic and probably the most tragic couple. At the same time, it also happens to be the location of the church where King Henry V married a French princess.
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