The Most Romantic Vacation Cities

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If you are going for a getaway with your special someone then consider choosing a romantic destination. Today we offer to your attention 5 best most romantic cities in Europe. 

  1. Madrid, Spain

There’s something for everyone in this metropolis, including bullfights, flamenco dancers, soccer games, museums, and markets. Watching a show, looking at art and buying souvenirs is even more worthwhile with the one you love.

Take a boat ride in Retiro Park, visit the Royal Palace, and of course, take a trip to the Royal Botanical Garden.

  1. Chania, Crete

You and your honey may check out Greek architecture during the day, then get dolled up for a night in northern Chania or Heraklion. Head to southern Chania and Rethymnon for the beaches and hiking. Embrace the diversity – ancient and contemporary Greek buildings, the mountains, and the tropics.

You can take a romantic stroll along the Old Venetian Harbour, step back in time at the Venizelos Family Tombs, and enjoy a picnic in the Chania Public Garden.

  1. Tuscany, Italy

The land of Toscana boasts hills, trees, and vineyards that produce wine and olive oil. You and your partner can eat, drink, and be merry.

Experience the Renaissance art revolution in the city of Florence, where you can wine and dine to breathtaking sunsets. Ponder the Leaning Tower of Pisa, or take a bicycle trip for two around the countryside.

  1. Venice, Italy

Venice is like no other because of it of its location on the water. Enjoy a gondola ride down the Grand Canal with your amore.

Should you choose to venture out to neighboring islands, check out the beach in Lido, lace in Burano and glass in Murano. When you’re done, share dining and one-of-a-kind shopping at the Piazza San Marco.

  1. Paris, France

Paris is a place of culture and romance. Ask a local to take a photo of you and your sweetie kissing atop the Eiffel Tower or on the steps of the Sacre Coeur. Take a stroll along the riverbanks of the Seine, then enjoy the Moulin Rouge cabaret. When the tourist attractions become blase, go for a rendezvous at a side-street cafe, or sit and people-watch.

Visit the Wall of Love (Le Mur Des Je t’aime), take a sunset cruise along the Seine, and stroll along Rue des Barres in Le Marais.


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