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Paris is the city of light seems to be synonymous with romance, so finding things to do for this special occasion will leave you spoilt for choice. For many lovers all around the world, February is the month the holds the most romantic day of the year, Valentine day, the 14th. This year, for the fourth time, Paris offers Valentine lovers 28 more ways to swear eternal love to each other through four different tours - “A day in Paris”, “Weekend escapade”, “Unforgettable holidays” and “Special occasion”.
Top of Eiffel Tower - the symbol of romance, the perfect proposal place
Pont-Marie (Bridge of Lovers) - kiss at the bridge with a wish for eternal love will be granted
Pont des Arts - 360 panorama of famous Paris sights such as Ile de la Cite, Notre Dame, the Louvre
Wall of Love - a beautiful mural wall that has the words “I Love You” inscribed on it in 311 languages!
Hotel de Ville - location of one of the most romantic images captured on film "The Kiss on the Sidewalk"
Tuileries Gardens - gardens outside of the Louvre have been a popular rendezvous place for lovers of all classes throughout history
What schoolboy has not carved in his desk with his penknife the name of his first love? What teenager has not confided to the stone wall of his neighbourhood the secret of an "I love you"? What couple has not engraved its initials in a heart pierced by an arrow on the bark of a tree?
The initiative of Frédéric Baron is engraved in this long chain of silent passions. Lovers have their day of celebration, St Valentine's day. It is now time for them to have a meeting place; a space where love comes together in every language: LE MUR DES JE T'AIME (I love You: The Wall).
As disciple of Philéas Fogg, Frédéric Baron dreamed of a trip around the world in 80 "I love yous". He did not leave. He asked his younger brother to write the magic phrase. Then he turned to a neighbour who was Arab or Portuguese or Russian… and so on. He opened many doors, particularly those of Embassies. Each time, it was the same mechanism, the same heartfelt fervour. In order to reap the most beautiful harvest of words of love, three large notebooks were filled with "I love you" written 1000 times in more than 300 languages.