This product was recommended by Clement Taquet from Latin America For LessExploring the longest mountain range in the world with your special someone can be quite a majestic experience. Among all of these snowy peaks and green valleys exist an abundance of luxurious hideaways and romantic quests for couples of all types.
This product was recommended by Peter from France Travel BlogParis is the ideal location for lovebirds to celebrate their love! Pay a visit to the Pont des Arts to leave a locker with your initials engraved on it or have a romantic dinner with a view of the appropriately lit Eiffel Tower. The options are truly endless in Paris.
This product was recommended by Nancy Osoro from Travel NancyZanzibar is an island located in Tanzania. It is a very exotic place with a mix of cultures. During valentine’s, they offer special packages and very affordable. The good thing about Zanzibar you will not spend the entire day laying on the beach there are a lot of things to do such as taking a walking tour of stone town, experience Swahili culture, etc. Also, there’s an affordable luxury hotel and if possible you can take a trip to the safari.
This product was recommended by Samantha Moss from RomantificOne of the best places I’ve been is Veligandu Island in Maldives. Maldives is known for its beautiful nature especially for its crystal clear beaches. It’s a perfect getaway for couples who want to watch the sunset together with a heart-melting view of the Indian Ocean waters. How about star gazing while lying on the sand and enjoying a glass of champagne? You’ll surely love the place and will love to travel back again to this paradise.
This product was recommended by Samantha Moss from RomantificQueenstown has lots of must-visit attractions as it is known for breath-taking activities. Valentine’s Day can also be celebrated by trying nature-loving adventures like bungy jumping in the Nevis Valley and water rafting in Kawarau River. Spending the special day together plus some challenge doubles the fun!
This product was recommended by Katie Dames from Feely FeelingsNo place says vacation, relaxation, and romance quite like Jamaica does. With its sunny beaches, fun culture, delicious food and beautiful resorts, you and your partner will have plenty of opportunities to fall even deeper in love on your Valentine’s trip. Having a cocktail in your hand while watching the sunset on the beach is all you two will need to feel that “One Love”.
This product was recommended by Norhanie Pangulima from HernormFrom their picture-perfect architecture to their white and blue painted villages, to the beautiful white sand beaches and the breathtaking view of cliffs and stunning sunsets, Santorini is a paradise on earth. This is why Santorini is an ideal romantic getaway on Valentine’s Day. This Greek island is known for romance. There you will find the tranquility, peace, and privacy that you are looking for in your trip with your beloved.
This product was recommended by Norhanie Pangulima from HernormThis magical city is the capital of culture in Japan. The place is filled with history and tradition. The bright-lit cities and their visually appealing skylines, gentle mountains and coastline beaches are all such a romantic setting for your love-filled getaway vacation with your partner.
This product was recommended by Norhanie Pangulima from HernormStay in majestic hotel-like palaces and enjoy your days in spa-filled massages. You can also enjoy the night watching acrobats, dances, and musicians. Marrakech is an ideal destination to spend your special moments with your loved ones.
This product was recommended by George Hammerton from Hammerton BarbadosUndoubtedly the most romantic island in the Caribbean. It has the most gorgeous beaches for a romantic early morning stroll, English is the official language and locals are incredibly warm and friendly. Home to the rich and famous, you can wine and dine at incredible restaurants like The Tides or The Cliff, and the next day awake at your stunning beachfront villa rental, looked after by your own private butler, ready for a swim with the turtles during a sunset catamaran cruise. Don’t believe Barbados is the perfect romantic getaway for Valentines Day? I tested it myself and proposed to my (now) wife during an early morning walk along the beach in Barbados, she said yes and we love returning to the same spot whenever we travel back to Barbados.
This product was recommended by Christian Antonoff from ExcelTemplateThe former Spanish colony became widely known around the world thanks to Breaking Bad and its spin-off. It offers a rugged charm and breathtaking sunsets nestled among gorgeous mountains and desert valleys. The city of Albuquerque has a lot to offer to people looking for a romantic getaway. It has everything you need for a city escapade, but the real beauty is outside the city limits, where countless adventures await the curious at heart. When we were first there, we rented a room at a picturesque inn near the Jemez river, and it was magical. Hot natural springs, a great mountain view, and a crystal clear night sky were just some of the things that left us mesmerized. The food and wines there were to die for, but what we really loved was the nature and the serenity of the place. Strolling through the Old Town is something I’d recommend to anyone spending St. Valentine’s in Albuquerque. Fans of “Breaking Bad” will surely enjoy the aptly named RV tour, and those that prefer to view things from a different angle can take the Sandia Peak Tramway, which offers a spectacular view of the city and the nearby Sandia Mountains.
This product was recommended by Imani Francies from CarInsuranceComparisonSan Juan, Puerto Rico is the best place to visit for Valentine’s Day because it is a great place to take a romantic beach vacation in the middle of the winter. Puerto Rico is the U.S. territory so you do not need a passport and travel expenses like rentals, hotels, and insurance may not be as expensive unlike if you leave the country. Flights can be inexpensive ($300-$400 for a roundtrip from the East Coast) and you can normally take a direct flight. The dominant language spoken in Puerto Rico is Spanish, and with the Spanish language originating from Latin, the language of the Romans, it makes it one of the most romantic places in the United States. Romance languages are considered the most romantic languages. The Spanish language consists of softer consonants, longer vowels, and verb conjugations, which makes their words flow together easily. It also makes it easier to recite songs and poetry in their language. The combination of the beautiful Spanish accents and dialects with the historic architecture of Puerto Rico’s city, it is easy to get lost in your love there. Without leaving the country you experience an entire romantic culture.