The city of lights is without a doubt the most luxurious and romantic in all Europe. Many couples come here to admire the scenery, visit the museums, and relish in the breathtaking architecture and soothing vibes. Some people say it’s cliché to come to Paris for a romantic getaway; others are convinced that no other city compares to it. Spend quality time exploring the Eifel Tower. Then head to Champs Elyse, the Louvre, Place de la Concorde, Sacre-Coeur and Jardin du Luxemburg. Notre Dame de Paris is a must-see as well. All around the city you’ll come across a wealth of romantic bistros and summer terraces. The months of June and August are ideal to see Paris because the gardens are in full bloom and the weather is warm and pleasant.
Some say Copenhagen is the world’s happiest city in Europe. To make your romantic trip memorable, take a boat tour and explore the Christianshavn canals. This maritime area of the city is breathtaking. Packed with a very special nostalgic charm, this place will exceed all your expectations. The candle-lit cafes and urban vibe of Copenhagen is all you need to enjoy a relaxing getaway without breaking the bank. Tivoli Gardens is a place of interest that packs lots of entertainment. In the evening, the ambiance gets more romantic and intimate, which is just what couples want and need to make the most of their European city break. There’s an open-air pantomime theatre you can check out, and lots of gardens filled with the most beautiful seasonal flowers.
Located on the coastline of the Italian Riviera, the fishing village of Portofino is also an outstanding romantic destination for couples. Everywhere you look there are pastel-colored houses, sea food restaurants, high end boutiques, and a small but nice cobbled square that overlooks the harbor. The serene vibes of Portofino should convince you that this is the best place to relax and enjoy quality time with your loved one. There’s a hidden path that leads from the main Piazzetta to a 16th century museum and fortress, also known as Castello Brown. Onsite there are great art exhibitions you can admire, as well as panoramic view of the Lingurian Sea and the village of Portofino. Even though there aren’t that many things to do and see here, couples care most about the quietness and relaxing vibe of the village.
Barcelona exudes romance through its beguiling streets that lead to the Gothic Qarter. Everywhere you look you’ll see cafes and bars near the beach. The locals are extremely relaxed, and the weather is nice and pleasant throughout the year. What’s not to like about Barcelona? In the Raval district make sure to check out CarrerdelsPetons, and seal the escapade with a trip to the cozy CasaXica; a place that blends far Eastern flavors with Catalonian insights. The city’s architecture is striking, and travelers are often spellbound by Barcelona’s allure. Several places of interest you can’t miss out on are Basilica La SagradaFamilia, Barceloneta Beach, Font Magica, and the Picasso Museum.
Finally, we have Sweden. The country’s city of Stockholm is sublime. Relaxed and laidback, the capital boasts with amazing attractions and places of interest for travelers hunting for sheer romance. Begin a memorable journey with the Old Town; dating from the 12th century, this place is packed with picturesque boutiques, authentic bistros, and ancient frescoes.
The Royal Palace is a must-see. With hundreds of rooms and 5 amazing museums, you’ll have the best time finding out more information about the city’s culture, customs and traditions. Make your romantic holidays in Sweden memorable, and include Vasa Museum on your itinerary. For some more relaxation, explore the islands. Stockholm’s islands are numerous, and each of them has unique sights that will make your trip memorable.
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