The Most Romantic Destinations in the World.

by | Thursday 22nd February 2018 | blog

Finding the ideal destination in the world to escape as a couple can be challenging. With so much on offer and something that tailors all of your requirements, it can be difficult. In today’s post, we’ve collected 10 locations from across the globe to create The Most Romantic Destinations in the World.

Whether you enjoy escaping to a European city, to sandy beaches or even just want to explore something right on your doorstep in the UK then this post has that for you.

The Madives, one of the most romantic places in the world.

Photo Credit: Colin Watts

The Maldives

The beautiful Maldives is located in the Indian Ocean, a secluded area in the South West of India and Sri Lanka. It is known as one of the most romantic islands on the planet. In The Maldives, you’ll find idyllic weather all year round. Overwater bungalows along the crystal clear sea are ideal for relaxing and overlooking the horizon.

The Eiffel Tower in Paris

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Paris, France

Paris is often known as the city of love and is always on the list when it comes to most romantic destinations in the world. Whilst in Paris you can enjoy wandering the charming streets, indulging in culinary delights and taking in all of the amazing sights and sounds that the city has to offer. One of the things you may want to do is enjoy a romantic walk under the trees in the fountained gardens at Place des Vosges. There’s also the River Sine running through Paris which is lovely to stroll along or to cruise through the waters.

The canal in Venice, Italy. One of the most romantic cities in the world.

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Venice, Italy

Venice is a place that is nearly always at top of the World’s Best Cities, particularly when it comes to being one of the most romantic places too. It boasts an urban landscape which appeals to many people as a beautiful place to visit. Venice has hidden bridges, cobbled alleyways and its iconic canals, ideal for getting lost for a couple of hours with a partner. If you head over there during the Winter the city will be a lot quieter, giving you more room to explore Venice at its best and away from the hussle and bussle it usually has.

Rome Colosseum. One of the most romantic places in the world.

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Rome, Italy

Rome is called the eternal city and romance is a huge part of its heritage. Its known for its architecture and gorgeous culture, often illuminated by breathtaking sunsets. Rome offers people plenty to see and do, with Italian culinary to embrace whilst there too.

Santorini in Greece. One of the most romantic places in the world.

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The Greek Islands

The Greek Islands are irresistible when it comes to its appeal for romance. Whilst there you can swim in the balmy seas, stroll on a perfect sandy beach, take in all of the gorgeous sunsets or just enjoy sipping fine wine and dining on the local food. Out of the 227 inhabited Greek Islands, Santorini is a popular choice. The island has whitewashed cave houses and blue-domed churches that are placed down the rim of an ancient volcanic crater. The island offers incredible black, red and white beaches. This place is a top choice for many couples.

Prague. One of the most romantic places in the world.

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Prague, Czech Republic

This European city is filled with 14-century stone bridges, ancient cathedrals that make it one of Europe’s most beautiful and romantic destinations in the world. One of the must-sees whilst in this city is the Charles Bridge, commissioned by King Charles IV back in 1357. The Charles Bridge spans over 16 arches and is lined with 30 Baroque statues of religious figures or incredible views of the landscape.

The Lake District. One of the most romantic places in the world.

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The Lake District, UK

England’s Lake District is made up of 16 major lakes surrounded by some of its highest mountains, all within a 30-mile area. This romantic destination is right on the doorstep for British couples. The place is ideal for long walks through beautiful scenery that includes lush greenery, moody lakes and picturesque villages. There are so many fantastic pubs and hotels where you can enjoy a great relaxing atmosphere, good food and even live music.

Bali. One of the most romantic places in the world.

Photo Credit: @bady

Bali

Indonesian island is known for its forested volcanic mountains, iconic rice paddies, beaches and coral reefs. It’s the most popular island holiday destination within Indonesia. Bali is home to ancient culture and warm hospitality. Dining in Bali presents endless choices of cuisine too, locally and internationally.

The Empire State Building, New York City

Photo Credit: @toddquakenbush

New York

Whilst in the city is known for its hustle and quick pace, there’s something underlying that brings romance to the surface. The city always has new restaurants to try and new plays for you to see. New York offers plenty of parks to walk around and picnic in and cobblestone alleys to wander down. New York City can be the perfect romantic escape.

Wellington, New Zealand. One of the most romantic places in the world.

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Wellington, New Zealand

Wellington in New Zealand has a beautiful ambience that attracts those in search of romance. The city’s natural beauty makes it one of the most romantic destinations in the world. It’s natural beauty that makes it great for those who enjoy the opportunity to explore. Wellington offers misty hillsides, strolls along the waterfront promenades, or hike through green valleys. If you enjoy good wine a neighbouring town called Martinborough features more than 20 vineyards and is only accessible by horse-drawn carriage.

Hope this post has given you all of the wanderlust and holiday inspiration you need.

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