Le Pont Bir Hakeim
Bounding the 15th and 16th arrondissements of the French capital, Le Pont Bir-Hakeim is a symbol of the city of love. Used by many international brands as the background of commercials and iconic photo shoots, this bridge enables its visitor to appreciate a unique view of the Eiffel Tower and the Statue of Liberty simultaneously. This bridge offers an exclusive perspective on the capital.
Le Pont Neuf
The literal transition of Le Pont Neuf is ‘The New Bridge,’ and is the oldest bridge in Paris. Located in the 1st arrondissement of the French capital, this bridge is now considered a world heritage site. Surrounded by a typical Parisian landscape, this bridge enables the cultural traveler to enjoy the traditional french atmosphere and the view overlooking the Haussmanian buildings, the french shops and La Seine.
Le Pont Alexandre III
Built during the 19th century, Le Pont Alexandre III is located in the heart of Paris, creating a bound between the 7th and 8th arrondissement of the French capital. This bridge is one of a kind, gathering exclusive statues, candelabras and decorations as symbol of the French refinement. Situated next to Le Grand Palais and other museums, this bridge is a emblem of French art and culture.
Le Pont des Arts
Located between the 1st and 6th arrondissements of Paris, Le Pont des Arts has been gathering international lovers from the two past centuries. Every day, couples express their love to each other on the bridge. People come from all over the world to put a lock on this bridge with their soulmate. Afterwards, tradition says that you throw the key of the lock in the Seine. The lock will never be opened and love will last forever.
Le Pont de L’Archevêché
Similar to Le Pont des Arts, Le Pont de L’Archevêché is a place where lovers from all around the world come everyday to put a lock on the bridge. Located between the 4th and the 5th arrondissement of the city, this bridge is a wonderful place to admire Paris’ beauty. The bridge crosses the Seine River, where tourists can take in views of the city, its architecture and its symbolic monuments.