Honeymoons in France

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France Overview

The vineyards, wines, fine cuisine, and idyllic settings have made France synonymous with romance. The upscale and ritzy Monaco is an impressive sight with its multi-million dollar yachts, while nearby villages sport a very medieval feel. The old and new clash all throughout France, as chic restaurants and casinos stand side by side with small outdoor cafes and street performers. The bustling Paris is a popular destination with its infamous landmark of love the Eiffel Tower, while the countryside is home to ancient castles and monasteries alike.

Key Facts for France

Currency: Euro

Capital: Paris

Language: French

Flight time: 2 hours from London

When to Honeymoon in France

When to go:
The Côte d’Azur is at its hottest in July and August. Spring and autumn are the most pleasant months to visit.

Flight Information:
The Côte d’Azur is approx 1 ½ hours from London with direct flights operated by British Airways


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Getting Married in France

If you want to get married abroad but don’t want to travel too far then why not consider flying, or driving to France for your wedding.  France is a beautiful country with an excellent transport system that has a location for every type of bride and groom.  From the luxurious capital city of Paris, to the beautiful countryside of Aix en Provence; you will have plenty of different options available to you when it comes to planning your wedding abroad in France. Getting married in France means that you can travel on to explore more of Europe, or you can travel to various different French cities and experience the wonderful French culture.

Marriage Requirements


Irish citizens getting married in France will need to obtain a "Certificate du Coutume", as well as a "Certificate de Celibat". You may be required to present these documents to the local registry office before the marriage takes place, as well as on the day of the marriage. http://www.embassyofireland.fr/home/index.aspx?id=274