“Paris is always a good idea” – Audrey Hepburn.  We can’t help but agree with Ms Hepburn as Paris is multifaceted and there are numerous ways of discovering it. As well as the top sights, there are many other amazing places. Its iconic monuments like the Eiffel Tower, museums like the Louvre and landmarks like the Notre Dame Cathedral are certain to dazzle visitors. However, even more spectacular than the sights is Paris’ rich culture found in its charming boulevards, cozy cafes and bustling bistros. This grand city boasts an indescribable “je ne sais quoi” that is sure to inspire an incredibly romantic honeymoon.

FCM Travel Tips

  • Michelin-starred restaurants rub shoulders with bistros offering pared-down food by big-name chefs.
  • The two main airports are Aéroport Roissy Charles de Gaulle and Aéroport d’Orly – both have rail connections to Paris.
  • Explore Île St-Louis and its tearooms; look for the ghosts of French luminaries past along the Boulevard St-Germain or in the Cimetìere du Père Lachaise; climb up to the gargoyles of the Cathédrale de Notre Dame de Paris or the Basilique du Sacre Cœur in Montmartre, and you’ll still barely have scratched the surface.

Hotels & Resorts

The Mon Hotel Paris

Ideally located 150 meters from Place de l’Etoile and the Arc de Triomphe, MonHotel is the perfect base for honeymooners. The Metro station Argentine on Line 1 is only a 2-minute walk away from MonHotel which connects numerous major Paris sites including the Champs-Elysées, Tuileries gardens, the Louvre, Châtelet, Bastille and many more.

Le Meurice hotel

With views of the Tuileries Garden, Le Meurice has been ranked among the most elegant hotels in the world.  Combining exceptional 18th century opulence with contemporary chic, including eye-catching interiors by Philippe Starck, Le Meurice embodies the perfect French palace hotel.

Plaza Opera

Located in the heart of Paris, the Plaza Opera Hotel offers accommodations in the lively Garnier Opera district, few minutes from the major department stores on Boulevard Haussmann. You can walk to the typical Parisian market on rue des Martyrs, to Sacré Coeur and Montmartre, to the Louvre and to the city’s main boulevards. Well-served by public transport.

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