The sights and the basilica may inspire you to propose to the one you love. Parc des Buttes Chaumont is unquestionably one of Paris’ most romantic settings.It has all the ingredients to qualify it as romantic, including cliffs, grottoes, waterfalls and a lake.

The Louvre is a great tourist attraction for art lovers, with a variety of artwork, including the Greek sculpture Venus de Milo, Antonio de Correggio’s Venus and Cupid With a Satyr, Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa and Paolo Veronese’s The Wedding at Cana.

Le Marais’ Place des Vosges, originally known as the Place Royale, is the oldest planned square in Paris.

The Eiffel Tower is the perfect place to propose, but you may have to wait in a long line to take your love to new heights, especially during the spring and summer.

Avoid the crowds by packing a basket for a nice picnic in the park below the towering tourist attraction.

(Ifop) and the X-rated dating site CAM4 found that 43% of adults living in the capital are single, compared to a national average of 33%.

The city is also home to relatively large populations of sexual minorities, with 12% self-identifying as gay or bisexual compared to 7% nationwide.

Louis, but make sure you bring a blanket, a bottle of wine and some cheese with you.

Lay out with your sweetheart, and watch the boats or foot traffic go by.

Salvador Dali, Claude Monet, Pablo Picasso and Vincent van Gogh were just a few well-renowned artists who had studios or worked in the Parisian neighborhood.

Couples can take a romantic stroll down the tree-lined Champs-Élysées, the most famous street in Paris, to the Arc de Triomphe.

As far as sex is concerned, Parisians are significantly more adventurous than their provincial counterparts.