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Paris, Mon Amour

Yes, urban love exists. And it can happen at any time, right around the corner.
So, unexpectedly, we fall in love with a square, a park, a view or a small street…
Hurry, discover these places that will make you fall in love with Paris. 

La rue de l’abreuvoir (Water Trough Street)

This address is one of the real treasures of Paris. And it’s also one of the most photographed places in the city. And rightly so, because it offers, by way of a small paved path, a very lovely view of the basilica and of the “Pink House.”
(For the record, it owes its name to the fact that it led to the old Montmartre drinking trough.)

A little advice, extend your walk to the vineyards below.

Rue de l’abreuvoir (Water Trough Street)
75018 Paris

La Place de Valois (Valois Square)

You might have already seen her in the series ” Emily in Paris ” because it is on the Place de Valois that the young American works for the fictitious agency “Savoir.”On this small cobbled, pedestrian square located a 10-minute walk from the hotel, you will find the Valois bistro and the Patrick Fourtin Gallery with black storefronts that fully harmonize with the decor.

Place de Valois (Valois Square)
75 001 Paris

Le square Rapp (Rapp Square)

A small secret square, perpendicular to Rapp Avenue in the 7th arrondissement, reveals a breathtaking view of the Eiffel Tower. A pretty black gate, a facade designed by the architect Lavrirotte and a green setting, plunge us into a majestic Paris, straight out of a movie.

Square Rapp (Rapp Square)
33 avenue Rapp
75007 PARIS

L’île Saint-Louis (The Île Saint-Louis)

This small island created at the beginning of the seventeenth century is a peaceful haven in the heart of Paris.

It has the distinctive feature of housing many private mansions with impressive facades and the openwork bell tower of the church gives the island a country feel.

Unchanged for nearly 4 centuries, its architecture and village atmosphere combine to make it a place of incomparable charm

Île Saint-Louis
75004 Paris

La Place des Vosges

Welcome to the oldest square in Paris (and in our opinion one of the prettiest)! It is made up of 36 identical pavilions, with the exception of the King’s pavilion to the south and the Queen’s pavilion to the north that are deliberately higher.
Feast your eyes while strolling under its arcades or along the paths of the central garden.

Is there anything more romantic? We have yet to find it!

Place des Vosges
75 004 Paris

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