The romantic celebration of love is approaching. There are just a few days left until Valentine’s Day. Here you have the most romantic cities from Europe where you can spend this special day together with your love.
Venice is considered the number one city for all true romantics, being a perfect destination for Valentine’s Day. It is famous for romantic gondolas, intimate restaurants, beautiful footbridges, fairytale like canals. Take a romantic gondola ride with your loved one and lose yourself through the canals to see the colorful houses. Wander on the streets and stop in Saint Mark’s Square.
Paris is known to be the historic city of romance. Its architecture, River Seine, bohemian cafes are just a few reasons to spend Valentine’s Day in this beautiful capital city. Head to the top of Eiffel Tower, wander on the streets of Montmartre and try some of the city’s world-famous chocolates.
Amalfi Coast, Italy
The Amalfi Coast is situated on the south coast of Sorrentine Peninsula. The winter is mild in that part of Europe, so Amalfi Coast is a perfect spot for romance. From there you can make short trips to Naples, Pompeii, Capri. Limoncello, a strong liqueur, is a must drink of the region.
Prague, Czech Republic
Another place perfect for romantics is Prague. The colorful buildings, the Gothic churches and intimate restaurants await couples for Valentine’s Day. Evenings are more romantic under the light of gas lamps in the narrow streets. Lovers are guaranteed to have a fairy-tale Valentine’s Day in the capital city of Prague.
One of the reasons why Vienna is on this list is its famous Austrian romantic waltz dance. Vienna offers also lovely cafes, parks, chocolate, horse-drawn carriage rides. The unique ambiance of Austrian capital city makes it more special for a romantic trip.
Couples can enjoy this romantic city’s art and architecture while drinking in the beauty of the Italian ambiance. Lovers will also love the traditional and authentic Roman meals which include pollo coi peperoni (chicken with peppers) and tonnarelli cacio (pasta with pecorino cheese and pepper).
Dubrovnik is romantic year-round, no matter how the weather is. Its old city, surrounded by ancient walls, offers many opportunities to get lost in the little side streets. Couples can have amazing views of the Adriatic by heading up to the walls of the city.
Hamburg it is often referred to as the “Venice of the North” because it has more bridges than Venice and Amsterdam and a lot of romantic spots where couples can view the canals and lakes. They can walk along the harbor promenade, the Landungsbrücken, and then pay a visit to St. Michaelis Church.