Valentines Day is less than a week away and there is no place more romantic than the city of Paris. From just walking down the cobblestone streets, to a sidewalk café or just sitting in a museum and staring at an amazing piece of art, there isn't a corner of Paris that you don't fall in love with. The City of Love, as it is called and can be validated by the many honeymooners and lovers that can be seen strolling down the street. But the French being the "language of love" in more ways the one I think has a lot more to do with it, they are very good at many languages of love.
I could post every day for a year and never run out of things that I love about Paris, but I will narrow it down to just a week of the most romantic spots in Paris and I did some intense research on this to make sure I shared only the best places.
Every morning in Paris my feet need towalk across the beautiful Pont des Arts. A pedestrian bridge over the Seine connecting the Académie Française on the rive gauche to the Musee du Louvre on the rive droite. On one side as you look to the horizon you will see the Musee d'Orsay, Louvre, Grand Palais, and of course le Tour Eiffel. As you stand there and you can hear La Vie en Rose from the accordion player, the river slowly moving below your feet and just as it gets dark on the strike of every hour you look as far as you can see and the beautiful iron lady begins to shine and sparkle through the night sky,