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Top 5 Romantic Getaways
March 21, 2017
You don’t need to be newlyweds to enjoy a romantic getaway with your significant other. These five places are some of the most romantic on earth. Whether you’re on your honeymoon, taking a babymoon, or just want to spend some alone time with the one that you love, book a trip to one of these destinations.
Paris, also known as the City of Lights, is one of the most romantic places in the world. Between the food, the ambiance, the historic sites, and the many things to do, it’s like heaven on earth to couples. Consider spending some time at the Louvre, the Eiffel Tower (still one of the top places for a marriage proposal) and the many bridges and walkways that traverse the city.
Florence is considered the home of the Italian Renaissance. There are few places more romantic than this city, with its interesting history (the Medici family), wonderful art (Michelangelo’s David) and the cobblestone streets. The city’s subtropical climate makes it a great place to visit year round, particularly if you hail from a place with cooler temperatures.
The Maldives consist of a small cluster of islands in Southeastern Asia. They are known for their wonderful white sandy beaches, clear blue water, beautiful coral reefs, and “hotels” made up of extravagantly appointed beachside villas (bungalows). You won’t want to go home after spending a luxuriously romantic week here.
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Buenos Aires may be the largest city in Argentina, but that doesn’t mean that it isn’t romantic – in fact, it may be the most romantic city in that entire country. The city is known for its art and culture, and is considered to be the “Paris of South America.” The food is excellent, the architecture beautiful, and the atmosphere is absolutely romantic.
Japan is a place unlike any other, and Kyoto, with its hundreds of shrines, is truly unique. The wonderful historic sites (the area has been occupied for thousands of years!) are interesting to explore, and the scenery is breathtaking. If you’re going to Japan for romance, there’s no better time than in the spring when the cherry trees are blooming.