Guide to Your Next Romantic Trip

Sep 13, 2013 2 Comments by

Finding a romantic hotspot can be a great incentive to getaway. Here are some lovely ideas on planning your n ext romantic trip away 

Planning a romantic getaway can be a fun and exciting time. Whether you are in a fresh romance or in a long-term relationship or marriage there is nothing better than a sweetheart’s trip away to liven up the spark. Choosing where to go is always fun as there are so many romantic hotspots. Paris, Venice, Rome, Prague, Barcelona, the choice is yours! There are many factors to take into consideration when planning your getaway, where to go, what to do, where to eat, make sure to book travel insurance to avoid any disasters and unwanted expenses that could potentially ruin the getaway.

 

Destinations

 

Paris

Fountains of Montjuic photo credit Flickr Iveta Ivanova

So, where to go! That’s just the first hurdle. We have put together a short guide on the most romantic destinations to bring your loved ones. First, and probably the most obvious choice is Paris, the French capital. Famously known as the city of love, Paris is the most popular destination for honeymooners. Take a nighttime cruise along the River Seine before beholding the dazzling city. Steeped in history and culture, you just can’t go wrong.

 

Venice

 

Venice is not only a popular tourist destination but also one of the most romantic cities in the world. Its romantic ambience is built on the gondolas, canals and amazing restaurants. Its waterfront plazas, churches and palaces will have you feeling as if you’re walking through a movie scene. No trip to Paris is complete without a visit to the opera, the ideal romantic date. Why not treat your loved one to some nice labels, you won’t find anywhere better to shop than Piazza San Marco.

 

Barcelona

 

Barcelona is the ideal European, mini break destination. Perfect for a Night cruise Paris photo credit Flickr Iveta Ivanovacouples romantic weekend. There are plenty of things to see and do. The winding streets are lined with romantic restaurants, the more you explore the more you will find and you are guaranteed to come across some charming places to dine. Make sure to pay a trip to the Gimlet cocktail bar. Stepping in here is like stepping back in time. The friendly staff will conjure up a unique cocktail especially for you and your partner. The magic fountains of Montjuic are something every tourist must see; free shows of light, water and music take place the perfect way to end your day.

 

Prague

 

Prague is up there with the rest as one of the world’s most romantic cities. Its picturesque landscapes and central river make it a wonder to behold. Enjoy the city’s splendid artwork, famous wine and best of all the countryside retreats. If you want a break from rushing around the city, why not vacate to the 17th Century Chateau Mcely? The Chateau is in fact an award winning, luxury hotel. While you’re there make sure to book a couples massage, play croquet or stargaze at night with the hotel’s rooftop telescopes. You and your lover are guaranteed to have stars in your eyes!

 

So, why don’t you take the plunge? Go for it, book that romantic getaway, there will be no regrets. With plenty of destinations to choose from, you and your partner are guaranteed to have a holiday that you will never forget. Happy romancing!

 

 

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2 Responses to “Guide to Your Next Romantic Trip”

  1. Brian says:

    Great article. I noticed that all of these destinations are in Europe…and all of them are great choices. However, I would be interested to see a list of romantic getaways that are around the globe. Many European cities (as seen on this list) are fabulous destinations for couples, but how about destinations in Africa, Asia, and South America? I’m very keen on knowing.

    • Dating Symbol says:

      Hi Brian
      yes I agree these choices are great romantic destinations – and I also agree that it would be good to see some other areas of the world highlighted with some romantic interludes. Watch this space and we’ll see what we can do… thanks

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