1 – Louvre Museum

At Café Marly, you can sip your café au lait overlooking the Pyramid entrance to the Louvre museum.

At Café Marly, you can sip your café au lait overlooking the Pyramid entrance to the Louvre museum.

 

2 – Paris Kiss

A kiss in a café on Île Saint-Louis draws hardly a glance from locals used to romance in the City of Light.

A kiss in a café on Île Saint-Louis draws hardly a glance from locals used to romance in the City of Light.

 

3 – Vintage Citroën Car

Although Paris is getting more bike-friendly, a vintage Citroën parked along a Paris street still makes for a classic image.

Although Paris is getting more bike-friendly, a vintage Citroën parked along a Paris street still makes for a classic image.

 

4 – Brasserie

Compared to Paris’s temples of haute cuisine, brasseries are cozy places for good, homey food and snatches of music.

Compared to Paris’s temples of haute cuisine, brasseries are cozy places for good, homey food and snatches of music.

 

5 – Fashion

In the city that invented fashion, women effortlessly display a sense of style, even merely leaving a Métro station.

In the city that invented fashion, women effortlessly display a sense of style, even merely leaving a Métro station.

 

6 – Couple on Bridge

Rodin’s famous sculpture “The Kiss” (on view at the Musée Rodin) finds an echo here on a bridge across the Seine.

Rodin’s famous sculpture “The Kiss” (on view at the Musée Rodin) finds an echo here on a bridge across the Seine.

 

7 – Man Playing Accordion

Leaning on a vintage car, a man plays the accordion outside a brasserie on Île Saint-Louis.

Leaning on a vintage car, a man plays the accordion outside a brasserie on Île Saint-Louis.

 

8 – Fishermen on Île Saint-Louis Waterfront

Along the Île Saint-Louis waterfront, fishermen drop their lines into the Seine.

Along the Île Saint-Louis waterfront, fishermen drop their lines into the Seine.

 

9 – Brasserie on Île Saint-Louis

A young woman has a drink at the bar counter of a brasserie on Île Saint-Louis.

A young woman has a drink at the bar counter of a brasserie on Île Saint-Louis.

 

10 – Romantic Couple

“Public displays of affection are as common as croissants,” writes author Elizabeth Berg of Paris, as this couple proves.

“Public displays of affection are as common as croissants,” writes author Elizabeth Berg of Paris, as this couple proves.

 

This feature originally appeared in NG.



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