10 Places to Propose to your Bae in Paris other than Eiffel tower.
If you are planning to propose to your lady love in Paris – the most romantic city in the world, then you are at the right place. After all it’s the cosmopolitan city filled with galleries, old markets, theatres, architecture, fashion and history.
However, with the city having a lot of options on ‘where to propose’, it makes it all the more confusing to choose one. To help you with it, I have jotted down a few of the most romantic locations to ‘pop the question’ in Paris, when you are planning to bend the knee. Scroll down to know:
1. The Ferris Wheel at the Place de la Concorde :
It’s a goddamn, Ferris wheel in the middle of Paris, with a dreamy view. I mean what else could you want? Pretzels and coffee to go with? That’s totally recommended with a stunning ring! 😉
2. The Louvre Pyramid :
Image Source – The Paris Photographer
The Louvre Pyramid – being one of the most iconic spots in Paris, has to make a great proposal spot if your significant other is an art lover too.
3. Shakespeare & Co. :
Shakespeare & Co. is a small bookstore in the Latin Quarter where Ernest Hemingway, James Joyce, and other 20th century literary icons hung out. Bottom line: This is for the book lover in your life.
P.S., totally digging the staircase.
4. In a Cafe :
There’s just something so romantic about Parisian cafes, especially if your loved one loves coffee. Check out Le Petit Marcel, Le Pure Café and Le Bistrot du Peintre – all charming cafes that’d make great spots to pop the question.
5. From Behind the Clock in the Musée d’Orsay :
If you’ve been dating your bae for quite some time, there’s a good chance they’ve told you, “The clock is ticking,” or some other variation upon the theme. Thus, what better way to propose to this person than by walking up to a giant clock, letting them deliver this line once again, then responding, “Oh yeah?”
6. On the Champs Élysées, Beneath the Holiday Lights :
Most likely if you’re dating a fashionista, they’ve been talking about shopping on the Champs Élysees for months, now. Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Prada – it will be a terrifying exercise in fiscal responsibility.
Also, during the holidays, beneath the twinkling lights on the trees, it’s also a great place to propose too!
7. The Champs de Mars at Midnight :
The Eiffel Tower sparkles every hour on the hour for five minutes. The Champ de Mars is lovely to stroll after the crowds have subsided, so take your loved one there and wait for midnight.
8. The Trocadéro :
It doesn’t get more Paris than with views overlooking the Eiffel Tower and the Seine. Pro tip: Go at sunrise and hire a photographer to capture the entire thing.
9. The Wall of Love :
Located in perhaps the loveliest part of the City of Lights (Montmartre) is a wall dedicated entirely to the notion of love. Aptly titled “The Wall of Love,” it features 612 tiles made from enameled lava with the phrase “I love you” written across them in 250 different languages. Your mission is to learn how to pronounce all of them.
Well well, where are you planning to bend the knee?