Are you planning on proposing and looking for a gorgeous place to do so? Let’s face it, it’s easy to get overwhelmed with a bunch of locations, and choosing the right spot may be a daunting task.
Don’t worry though as we’re going to provide you with a detailed guide on the top 5 romantic places in France to propose.

Well, read on to find out.

1. The Eiffel Tower

The Eiffel Tower is a classic place to use as the backdrop of your proposal, hand downs. The tower was built for the 1889 Exposition Universelle in Paris and has become one of the most renowned symbols of love in the world.

Millions of visitors quickly fall under the spell of city’s magic, and a good number of them take advantage of the moment to kick off a lifetime of joy and happiness simply with an offer of marriage to their lovers. 
Champ De Mars, which is the green park that stretches below the great structure, is one of the best spots to capture your lifetime of romantic memories. Just look for a place on the grass, or simply position yourself right beneath to be framed by the sophisticated ironwork.

You may want to check in the 58 Tour Eiffel—great restaurant with professional and friendly staffs that will help make your proposal unforgettable.

Passerelle Debilly is also another perfect spot, especially for those couples looking for more privacy while still enjoying the fantastic rewards of the Eiffel Tower views. It is a real unsung gem in Paris. This small footbridge is convenient because it is away from vehicles and heavy pedestrian traffic.

2. Monte-Carlo Casino Gardens

If you really want to get the most out of your visit to France, consider making your proposal in front of the Monte-Carlo Casino—which is purely a fundamental part of Monaco’s past as well as the present. Without a doubt, you’ll fall in love with the attractive gardens and water fountains next to it, and of which are great both day and night. But it’s more gorgeous at night as all of the fountains are lighted. 
Although the gardens are not too big, it is a beautiful place to walk through and hide away from the crowd. However, for those who love being amid the bustle and hustle, Café de Paris is extremely hard to beat. It is in the opposite Monte-Carlo Casino, a spot where the sun shines bright and people watching, therefore, it is worth kneeling and slipping that ring into her finger.

3. Le Pont Alexandre III

The Le Pont Alexandre III is the most elegant, grandiose, and sumptuous deck arch bridge in Paris City. No wonder it found its way on to our list of the most romantic places to propose to your sweetheart! This famous bridge connects the Champs-Elysees with the Invalides and Eiffel Tower. Built in 1900, Le Pont Alexandre III is adorned with water nymphs, cherubs, Catskills, and aquatic life. There are four columns topped in gilded Fames restraining Pegasus, ensuring that everything is well guarded.

The bridge’s beautiful ornate street lamps and the golden statues will certainly create a truly romantic atmosphere that both of you’ll surely love. For a memorable experience though, you’ll want to propose at sunrise or sunset. Why? Well, it’s because the city lights along with the shades of the sky add a magical touch to the view.

For the most romantic angle, we’d recommend that you approach it from the right bank, in the Grand and Petit Palais’s shadow and with the spectacular view of the golden dome of Les Invalides straight ahead. If you find that there’s a lot of traffic and it’s too noisy on the street, the best course of action would be to take the stairs down to the riverbank level. It is equally a romantic spot to propose to your lover.

4. Temple of Love, Bois de Vincennes

Bois de Vincennes guarantees visitors an adventurous and thrilling experience each time they visit. It is popular for its four lakes, a zoo, an arboretum, and Parc Floral—which provide an idyllic setting for romance.

In a nutshell, it is a perfect place where you can rest, rejuvenate, picnic, and play while enjoying the pleasant sunshine. There’s bound to be plenty of amusement for the both of you. Just rent a little boat on the Lac Daumesnil (one of the man-made lakes) to reach lîle de Reuilly, the little-visited island. The loop can take a leisurely 40 minutes, meaning you’ll have more than enough time within the hour rental to view the entire lake and, of course, spare some time to people-watch, mellow out, and observe the swans and ducks.

You’ll get to see the beautiful landscapes around the lake and the secluded Temple d’Amour, which is the perfect destination to surprise your girlfriend. There’s no doubt that you’ll have it all to yourselves for your declarations of love.

5. French Riviera Resorts

You could also make your proposal on a resort for honeymoon. And in that case, you’ll want to check in one of the best French Riviera Resorts, notably the Hotel Byblos, Monte-Carlo Bay Hotel& Resort, Château de la Chèvre d’Or.

Well, there are a whole lot of resorts in France, where many couples and even Hollywood stars flock, not just during the international festivals. You’ll be amazed at the great and welcoming environment and, of course, friendly staffs that will help you set a romantic platform for an unforgettable ceremony. 
You’d expect the price range to vary from one resort to another; therefore, it is important to first determine the one that’s within your budget.

For those new to France, French Riviera is basically the Mediterranean coastline of the southern corner of France. Although there’s no boundary certified as official, it is typically deliberated that it extends from the Italian border (Italian Riviera) that is in the East to Saint-Tropez, Toulon, or Cassis in the west. I know mentioning Italy has awakened that feeling of wanting to travel to Rome, right? Sure Rome is another great city to be and propose to your sweetheart.

Now, it’s yours to choose!

I hope you enjoyed reading our top 5 romantic places in France to propose. If you have any other exciting places to add to the above list, please feel to share with us.

Ryan Smith

Ryan Smith

Ryan Smith is a full-time traveller and founder of MrAbroad.com, where he turns his passion into interesting information for travel lovers. MrAbroad focuses on travel destinations, helpful tips&tricks. It is built to inspire you to live a life full of adventure, joy and experience.
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