字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Paris, France, is often referred to as the city of love, or la ville de l'amour. Its iconic backdrop has been used in romantic films like "Midnight In Paris," and the musical "Funny Face" starring Audrey Hepburn and Fred Astaire. There's something about the environment that brews romance on every street corner. From couples' pastry classes to evening dinner cruises under the twinkling lights of the city, here are 10 reasons why Paris is the capital of love. This boutique hotel is highly coveted for its whimsical views of the Eiffel Tower. Le Metropolitan Hotel lets you capture the beauty from the comfort of your bed. Opt for a night in and watch as the tower puts on a sparkling show each hour after sunset. The Eiffel Suite at Le Metropolitan starts at about $600. Another laid-back way to take in the scenery is by picnicking in the park. Leave the planning to the experts as they set up the ultimate gourmet picnic. Enjoy wine, small bites, and sweet treats with your loved one. You can also get wined and dined along the Seine River with Bateaux Mouches cruises. Float through the city as you soak up the exquisite architecture of Paris. Bateaux Mouches offers brunch and lunch cruises by day and romantic dinners by night. The floral selection in Paris is nothing short of spectacular. All around the city, you'll find an abundance of markets full of freshly cut flowers waiting to be made into your own personalized bouquet. Some of the most famous chocolatiers can be found in Paris, including chef Jacques Genin whose chocolate skills are out of this world. Visit Jacques Genin's dessert shop where you can enjoy decadent pastries and chocolate treats. Two hours outside of the Paris city center, discover the Champagne region of France. Stop in Veuve Clicquot Ponsardin, a Champagne house in Reims. Plan for a romantic day to explore the Veuve Clicquot cellars before popping open some bottles and tasting their famous bubbly. Paris is home to a large selection of parks and gardens. The enchanting Luxembourg Gardens has an abundance of activities to enjoy. Wander around both the French and English gardens, admire the architecture of the Luxembourg Palace, or go sailing with toy boats along the pond. Ever wondered how chefs bake up those delicious pastries and desserts you see all around Paris? Consider taking a pastry class to find out. A variety of Paris chefs around the city open up their kitchens to visitors hungry for a lesson in Parisian baking 101. Montmartre is considered one of the most romantic neighborhoods in Paris. This small village is best known for its stunning church on the hill called Sacré-Cœur, which translates to the sacred heart. Montmartre is also known for the famous wall of love, le mur des je t'aime, which features the words "I love you" in 250 languages. On the edge of Paris sits the Bois de Vincennes, one of the city's largest parks that is home to the Temple of Love. Hop in a boat and row all the way to the Temple de L'amour where you can watch the sun set over the lake.