Everybody loves Paris. Those who have visited and those who haven’t. And it’s not just the Eiffel Tower that fills them with love, it’s the city’s very spirit.
And that spirit just turned into a beautiful landscape of white when the City of Light received its biggest snowfall yet.
The snow has been falling for some days now and with each passing day, Paris is becoming more beautiful. Who would have thought, right? From Montmartre and Notre Dame to the Eiffel Tower, everything was covered in a pristine layer of white.
It was the largest snow accumulation in the French capital since 1987, as reported by Mateo France. Much of northern, central, and eastern France were on alert for snow and ice on Monday as a cold wave spread across the country. And the country isn’t done receiving snow.
People and organisations alike have been quick to share pictures on social media.
— Paris Je t’aime (@ParisJeTaime) February 5, 2018
La neige est arrivée à Paris, et, doucement recouvre la ville. Magnifique ! ❄️ pic.twitter.com/IkR8vyzpB4
— Benjamin Buffault (@BBuffault) February 5, 2018
— Laure Narlian (@Nijikid) February 5, 2018
— Stéphane GRAND (@Stephane_Grand) February 5, 2018
La neige est arrivée sur Paris ❄️ pic.twitter.com/8oJ9Qc9rW0
— Québec en France (@Quebec_FR) February 5, 2018
— Fred (@FredBC77) February 5, 2018
Breathtaking scenes, aren’t they? We are itching to go to Paris to breathe in its mesmerising beauty. Really, who knew that the city could look even prettier in white?