Discover the prettiest photo spots for beautiful Eiffel Tower couple pictures. Plus, learn how to pose, what to wear, and which props work well.
Every year around 6 million people travel the globe to experience the Eiffel Tower. And for a good reason: the 300-meter-high iron masterpiece is one of humankind’s most instantly recognizable and distinctive attractions.
So, it’s of little surprise then that so many lovebirds pilgrimage to Paris for romantic Eiffel Tower couple pictures.
Browse the gallery below to discover fantastic Eiffel Tower photo spots—the famous and the lesser-known.
Now, suppose you happen to be pressed for time and are after maximum photo variety. In that case, we’d recommend starting with an Eiffel Tower photoshoot at Trocadéro, where you’ll find some of the most awe-inspiring views of the Iron Lady.
Trocadéro offers countless opportunities for epic couple pictures as you make your way down from its main square (Palais de Chaillot) toward the Seine River.
If it happens to be raining or you’re worried about the potential for rain and need an excellent Plan B, go with Bir-Hakeim Bridge.
It continues to be a favorite setting for blockbuster films and allows for a sublime perspective of the Eiffel Tower—notably during the Blue Hour and for nighttime pictures.
For more nuanced views of the 108-story monument, we love Pont Alexandre III—the most elegant bridge in Paris. Like Trocadéro, it offers exceptional variety. In addition, Alexander III is quite central when you intend to commute to multiple shooting settings.
As you may imagine, there are many other phenomenal places with Eiffel Tower views, including jaw-dropping residential and private rooftops seemingly made for marriage proposals.
There are numerous luxury hotels with fantastic Eiffel Tower views. You’ll probably need to splurge a little in return for such exclusivity, but we think the experience and photos are well worth the investment.
Images for Eiffel Tower Couple
- LOCATIONS: Trocadero, Peninsula Paris, Bir-Hakeim Bridge, Alexander III Bridge, Copernic Rooftop, and Café De L’homme.
- PHOTOGRAPHER: Vincent, Scander, Laurent, and Cengiz.
- TIME OF DAY: Sunrise, daytime, and evening.