When it comes to romance, there are few things more wonderful than the idea of taking a private trip with the one you love. Getting away from all of the stress of daily life and just enjoying each other’s company while experiencing somewhere new, exciting and beautiful. Discovering new places together, trying delicious cuisine and absorbing the atmosphere. Of course, there are definitely some places that are far better suited for a romantic getaway than others. In fact, there are some places that would do nothing more than suck all of the romance out of your trip and leave you feeling stress out and irritable. To make sure that doesn’t happen to you and your partner, here are a few places that are the perfect location for the ultimate romantic getaway.
Paris is known as the city of love for a reason. What better way to spend some quality time with the person that you love than in one of the most romantic cities in the world. Whether you want to explore the streets together, take in the art and culture of The Louvre, or simply stand together at your hotel window and take in the sheer beauty of the city at night together. There really is something about Paris that makes it perfect for couples looking to get away for a while and just be together. Be warned, however; you may not want to ever leave!
One of the most extraordinary cities in Europe, Venice is home to what is perhaps the ultimate romantic experience. Who hasn’t dreamt of drifting through the city on a gondola, relaxing in the arms of their partner? Not only can you experience the more obvious elements of the city but Venice offers incredible cuisine as well as some truly wonderful cultural landmarks. There are plenty of places that even offer Italy tours that can take you through many of the country’s most beautiful cities, including Venice but also the breathtaking sights of Florence. It’s practically impossible not to find yourselves swept up in the spirit of romance that just seems to be in the air in Italy. Nothing could possibly bring you and your partner together than spending some time living la dolce vita!
Over the last couple of years, Amsterdam has seen a significant rise in couples visiting for romantic breaks, and it really isn’t hard to see why. From the moment you arrive, there will be no doubt in your mind as to why Amsterdam was chosen as the setting for the story of a pair of star-crossed lovers in the best-selling book and movie, The Fault In Our Stars. There are hundreds of reasons to visit the Dutch capital, but few are more tempting that the romance of hiring a houseboat and experiencing the beauty of the city from the canals. Whether you’re in the mood to take a bike ride around the city, visit some of the historic landmarks, or simply walk hand in hand under the stars, marvelling at the architecture, there really is no place better.
Prague is a city that has always been something of a hidden gem but has recently been discovered by a lot more people over the last few years. The architecture alone is enough to make is the perfect place to wander with your significant other as you lose yourself in its winding streets. But it’s also a city that’s constantly full of culture and excitement, constantly bustling with excitement and life. If you’re interested in taking a trip without being surrounded by tourists, then you should definitely visit Prague during the winter. Not only that but what could be more romantic that walking through the streets surrounded by Christmas decorations while sipping on some mulled wine?
There is romance and beauty at every turn in the Austrian capital. Once again you’ll be bowled over the by architecture, and it’s easy to feel like the only two people in the world, and you get lost in the back streets and hidden places throughout the city. But if you really want a taste of romance then you even get the chance to take a horse-drawn carriage ride through the city, perhaps even spending your evening at the world famous opera house. And, of course, no trip to Vienna would be complete without sharing an ice cream together as you take in the history while on a trip to one of the many royal residences that the city has to offer.
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