Valentine's Day in France

Valentine's Day in France

Valentine's Day in France

In this article accompanied by a video, we present the main points of the feast of Valentine's Day (lovers’ day) in France.

To facilitate understanding, the video below presenting Valentine's Day in France, includes French subtitles:

Valentine's day in French

Below you will find some information about Valentine's Day. This is the English translation of the video transcript. You will find the French transcription on this page.

Valentine's Day is the celebration of lovers (lovers’ day). It is celebrated on February 14. The origin of Valentine's Day goes back a long way. It would originate from a pagan festival dating back several millennia.

On Valentine's Day, couples give each other gifts. The most popular are:

- A bouquet of flowers. In particular red roses, emblems of passion.
- A box of chocolates.
- A piece of jewelry (necklace, bracelet, earrings, ring ...).
- Or a watch.

Valentine's Day is also the occasion for a romantic lunch or dinner at the restaurant.

Valentine's Day is a good occasion for couples to show their love. It is also a preferred date for marriage proposals.

We wish you a happy Valentine's Day!

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