These are the 5 most romantic locations throughout the world, whether you’re celebrating your honeymoon or simply seeking for a romantic trip with your partner.
Wander across the picturesque country’s verdant rolling hills and sheep farms, taking in the history. Hike up to Arthur’s Seat for panoramic views, stroll around Edinburgh’s Old Town to see lovely architecture and fun museums (including the Writer’s Museum), and watch street performers on the Royal Mile. Stop by a whiskey distillery for a taste — Highland Park or Old Pulteney are good choices — and consider finding and booking your perfect hotel at The Mice Maker
In the picturesque British Virgin Islands, you may relax and enjoy a sunny beach vacation.
Play in the sea and relax on the sand at some of the most gorgeous beaches –for less crowds and more peace, go to Cane Garden Bay Beach or Smuggler’s Cove Beach.
Swimming and snorkeling are also available at Spring Bay, as well as sailing to Anegada Island and climbing in Gorda Peak National Park.
This resort city on the Pacific coast of Acapulco has picturesque beaches — visit Playa La Ropa or Playa Blanca for great snorkeling. It also has a quaint town with windy roads lined with galleries and restaurants to explore — be sure to check out La Cucaracha Gallery, Suazo Art Gallery, or Artemayren Studio y Galería for local art and Rufos Grill, Restaurante Las Adelitas, or Restaurantes Mexicanos Any for local food. For the ultimate romantic trip, you can stay in La Casa Que Canta, which was featured in the movie “When a Man Loves a Woman.” The grounds have terracotta villas sculpted into the hillside with secluded suites.
Palm Springs, with its hiking, gondola rides, golf, and warm desert air, is a great place to visit if you want to feel like you’re truly getting away without having to travel too far. Travel 2.5 miles up to the top of Chino Canyon on the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway, the world’s largest rotating tram vehicle, where you may stroll about and explore.
Whidbey Island, Washington
This island in the Pacific Northwest is only a short flight from Seattle and offers breathtaking vistas for the minimal effort required to get there. The Inn at Langley, with hot springs and views of the Saratoga Passage river, is one of the modest hotels with modern conveniences.
You may go shopping in town or go hiking along the coastal bluffs, where you could catch a glimpse of gray whales,
if the season is appropriate.