Why do people love Valentine’s Day so much?

Valentine’s Day can easily turn into something boring or irritating, but if you really want to celebrate, you should do the only thing that really makes it memorable: a trip!

Here are 22 Valentine travel ideas to spark romance and create lasting memories:

1. Paris, France:

The City of Love is a classic choice with its charming streets, iconic landmarks like the Eiffel Tower, and world-class cuisine. There so many things also to do there that you cannot get lonely or bored.

2. Santorini, Greece:

Santorini, known since ancient times as Thira, is one of the most famous islands in the world. The fact that you can sit in front of the caldera, enjoy local dishes, a drink or a coffee while gazing at the remarkable beauty of an active volcano is priceless!

The rare natural beauty of Santorini, the breathtaking caldera, the views, the extraordinary volcanic beaches and the lunar landscapes are the wondrous results of this eruption that can only be admired in Santorini. This IS romantic island paradise.

3. Venice, Italy:

What is so special about Venice? It was the greatest seaport in late medieval Europe and the continent’s commercial and cultural link to Asia. Venice is unique environmentally, architecturally, and historically, and in its days as a republic the city was styled la serenissima (“the most serene” or “sublime”).

4. Kyoto, Japan:

Kyoto is the former capital city of Japan and world-famous for its refined culture, dining, and charm of rural Japan. Kyoto City attracts millions of local and international visitors each year looking for traditional Japanese culture.

5. Bora Bora, French Polynesia:

Indulge in luxury overwater bungalows, crystal-clear waters, and pristine beaches in this ultimate romantic destination.

An overnight stay in an overwater cottage typically costs between $800 and $1,500. Hotels, guesthouses, and vacation rentals are some of the less expensive choices.

View this clear Bora Bora Cost Guide.

6. Tuscany, Italy:

Tuscany is a very romantic and welcoming land where lovers are pampered by excellent services and enjoy beautiful and refined locations.

The sea is certainly a lovely destination for romantic moments in the company of the loved one. To surprise the partner on February 14th it is enough to book an intimate dinner at Forte dei Marmi, perhaps in a small restaurant with a window where you can see the sea, in a warm and welcoming place.

If NO to the sea instead you prefer a nice walk in the moonlight in an enchanted place, they are waiting for you to celebrate Valentine’s Day in Florence, maybe at Piazzale Michelangelo where you can walk with your love and enjoy a romantic and intimate aperitif. Afterwards you can top off your evening with a truly romantic tête-à-tête dinner in one of the many typical restaurants of the city.

7. Maldives:

If you’re considering a once-in-a-lifetime trip for your significant other or a remarkable Valentine’s gift, explore the possibilities of celebrating love in the Maldives.



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