There are many romantic destinations in the world but if you want a special Valentine’s Day for you and your partner, there are cities that can be more romantic than others. Today we’re taking a look at what you can do in these cities for the day of love.
The 120 bridges connecting the islands of Venice enclose the magic of one of the quintessential romantic destinations. These include flow channels through which thousands of lovers hold hands as they stroll along the gondolas listening the songs of the Gondoliers. However, Venice offers a wide range of possibilities beyond its gondola rides.
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It speaks for itself that Paris is number one destination of thousands of couples for Valentine’s Day. If you decide to spend Valentine’s Day in the capital of love, you must visit the Eiffel Tower, the Moulin Rouge and the Louvre.
Its hidden corners and beautiful architecture are two of the many reasons that make Granada one of the most beautiful cities in Spain and one of the most desired destinations to celebrate Valentine’s Day. Discover the Albaycín, spend the afternoon at the Arab baths, visit the Alhambra or relax in one of the tea shops of Elvira Street are some of the best plans for the time spent in this city.
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4. San Francisco
San Francisco is one of the most beautiful romantic destinations to spend with your partner on Valentine’s Day. Known as The Bay area, this city on the West Coast of the United States offers spectacular moments for couples in love: the views of the Golden Gate at sunset, a walk through the corridors of the Palace of Fine Arts or dinner in the restaurant Top of the Mark, where thousands of couples meet for romantic rendezvous.
The capital of the Czech Republic oozes with romance during all seasons and that makes it one of the top ten charming cities for Valentine’s Day. This city on the banks of the Vltava river delights visitors with the culture and art of its corners and cobbled alleys. The magic of the old town, overlooked by the monumental fortress of the Prague Castle, offers mysticism to lovers who visit this city.
6. St. Petersburg
St. Petersburg is an excellent choice to enjoy a break with your partner on Valentine’s Day. It is the Russian imperial city, with stunning architecture that embodies its long and turbulent history. Traveling to the era of the czars admiring the palaces and splendid gardens that invade the city and enjoying a magical sunset stroll on the frozen Neva river make it a perfect choice.
Bruges is an example of medieval romantic European city and one of the destinations that will captivate you in the day of lovers. The beauty of this small town, which in the past was the business center of Europe, is palpable both day and night. When the sun rises and the mist clears, the streets come alive and begin the bustle of the central squares of Markt and Burg. At dusk, the city is dressed in blue hues and ready to teach all romance hides.
Valentine’s Day is one of many excuses to easily reach the eternal city of Rome. Throwing a coin into the Trevi Fountain and marveling at the lights of the National Museum reflecting the Tiber at night are a classic among lovers.
Bali, dubbed the island of a thousand gods, is a small island south of Indonesia that in recent years has become a popular destination for Western tourism. It’s not surprising since the beauty and exoticism of its landscape are no secret. This paradise will be an unforgettable experience for Valentine’s Day. It is perfect for lovers to walk around deserted gorgeous beaches.
10. New York
As a cosmopolitan city par excellence and meeting point of cultures, New York offers a wide variety of plans for lovers. Skyscrapers represent this city where beauty and diversity go hand in hand. Take a stroll through the legendary 5th Avenue or watch a play on Broadway. You can also explore Central Park and feel like a star visiting the places that hundreds of filmmakers have chosen to shoot their romantic comedies in.0