5 MOST ROMANTIC CITIES TO VISIT YOUR VALENTINE
While most of us will admit that 14th of February is just another regular (and why not, fantastic) day with our partner, who surely doesn’t need a made-up date to remind them of our love; St Valentine is around the corner and, deny it or not, we have all turned to Google Search hoping to find a good plan to surprise our loved ones.
Take a deep breath. Finding the perfect gift idea among thousands of results can be overwhelming, and especially tricky if the two of you haven’t been dating for long. Ready to give up? Don’t!
With a bit of time, and a closer look at your partner’s Pinterest, you will find the perfect present to make him or her feel special, home decor is also among our own favorite gifts to make (and to get!), and if everything else fails, here is a list of the most romantic cities to visit with your Valentine, because nobody ever said no to a little getaway treat!
Filled with piazzas, fountains and hidden-away corners, the eternal city is undoubtedly one of the world’s most romantic cities.
The perfect setting for your love story, make this trip extra special by booking a room in Palazzo Dama, an exquisite palace just a few steps away from Piazza del Popolo.
Located near the banks of the Tiber, this Roman villa combines its magnificent service with delightful decor.
Known as the city of thousand spires owing to its large number of churches and towers, Prague is a hidden jewel on the Vltava riverside.
The former capital of the Kingdom of Bohemia wows visitor after visitor with its world-class museums, such as the Kafka and Alfons Mucha, its narrow cobblestone streets, and its amazing landmarks.
Add an extra layer of romance by booking a suite at the Mandarin Oriental Prague Hotel. Located in the picturesque neighborhood of Mala Strana, this sophisticated hotel combines Asian vibes with Czech charm.
Moreover, the hotel has some of the best-rated spas in the city.
Immerse as we are in this cold winter, It is hard not to be enticed by this city’s old Southern charm and its milder weather.
Voted America’s Most Romantic City by Travel & Leisure, Charleston is bursting with romantic activities and dream-like spots to discover with your dear one.
Charleston’s rich history is only one of the many perks of this majestic city, set on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean, whether you are planning on a candle-light dinner on the harbor, a tour on a horse-drawn carriage, or a fun night out with your better half, this is the town for you.
There are plenty options for accommodation, but if you are hoping to make this a memorable trip consider booking a room at The Spectator Hotel.
The hotel not only blends art deco and jazzy vibes, it also evokes the grandeur of the Old South.
We have all dreamt of a romantic getaway in Paris. Considered the utmost idyllic destination for couples, Paris is not only the mecca for art lovers but also home to some of the best vintage markets in Europe, not to mention the beautiful gardens!
From Notre-Dame Cathedral to the Sacred Heart Basilica of Montmartre, every street in Paris holds a love story and secret tales of its opulent past. If you are planning on making this trip a once in a lifetime experience we suggest making a reservation in the best hotel in town: The Providence Hotel.
Located in the heart of the eastern district in Paris, The Providence shows an exquisite taste for decor and design.
Boasting its own bar and restaurant, the hotel is equipped with 18 rooms each of which features a unique style and personality all of its own.
Perfect getaway for beach and sea lovers, whether you know it by its Spanish name San Sebastian or its official Basque name, Donostia, once you have visited it there is no forgetting it.
Famous for its film festival, the city has all the ingredients to be the perfect destination for couples: sandy beaches, amazing food, and nearby mountains and nature.
Although a hotel a bit further out of the city can be tempting for countryside-lovers, if you want an excellent service we recommend you make a reservation in Villa Soro.
The hotel was built in the late XIX century and it has been carefully restored to maintain its historical value while adding a distinguished character that melds elegance and modern design.