The Square du Vert Galant
It splits the Seine like the prow of a boat, a weeping willow bends to its branches into the water, at night you could imagine in a film of Clouzot … Unfortunately, you will not be alone in having the idea of a picnic, or just song you, on sunny days.
If the density of the love square meter is too high, take the tangent and go on the side of the Notre Dame Cathedral Square Jean XXIII, or the Quai de Bourbon on the tip of the Ile Saint-Louis, places less known … and less crowded.
Even if the Caveau de la Huchette remains a very nice, small streets of the Latin Quarter are impassable, and it can be a little disgusted at skewers displays or want to flee the willingness of patrons of restaurants Greek us into their taverns …
The solution is, again, a few steps away: soon passed the boulevard Saint-Jacques Street Galande, in the garden of the church of Saint-Julien the Poor (where the oldest tree in Paris planted in 1602!), or in the bar-cabaret Les Trois Mailletz you will find a medieval atmosphere equally, but much more conducive to romantic stroll!