Paris is synonymous with romance worldwide. If you plan to visit Paris with your loved one and want to have an unforgettable Parisian romantic getaway, then you should pay attention to a few things.
And yes, I am sharing these items you need for a romantic getaway in Paris based on my experience. And of what I did and didn’t have with me (and would have been useful.)
So, make sure your Parisian rendezvous is magical by packing the five essential items outlined in this couples trip packing list. With the right supplies, you can create treasured memories together in the world’s capital of romance.
From comfortable walking shoes to chic date night outfits, these Paris romance trip must-haves will ensure you and your sweetheart get the most out of exploring this iconic city together. Read on for what to pack to make your romantic Paris holiday absolutely sublime.
Reusable Water Bottle
There are many (MANY!) places to walk in Paris. You can walk for hours. For instance, you can walk through Jardin de Tuileries (when exiting the Louvre), gardens where you may stop for a while not only to admire the statues and garden arrangements but also the ducks.
Then, you will get to the famous Obelisk. After admiring it, head to Champs-Élysées and let yourself be charmed by the yellow lights (in the evening) and by the wonderful architecture.
Take a look at the Eiffel Tower (and the light spectacle each hour 8 PM, 9 PM, etc.). Head to the Arc de Triomphe.
Trust me, this is a long walk! And it is just one stroll you can take in Paris – there are many more!
Staying hydrated is vital when you’ll be on the go seeing Paris’ sights, especially during summer’s heat. Plus, water fountains around the city make refilling a breeze. A reusable bottle eliminates waste while saving money on bottled water.
Look for a sleek, lightweight bottle that won’t weigh down your bag – 15-20 oz is an ideal size. Leak-proof lids are a must, as is an ergonomic shape for comfortable carrying all day.
Plus, a reusable water bottle is a good way to save some money in Paris – a wonderful, but not cheap city!
Dependable Walking Shoes / Footwear
As I have an operation to my knee, I always wear comfortable footwear. I am tall enough to not need high heels, but even if I was shorter, I wouldn’t be able to walk with high heels.
Anyway, as I already mentioned, Paris is a city you can enjoy on foot. I actually got a bit lost – but in fact got to discover another part of the…