Ten Romantic Getaways To Fall In Love (With)

By chili, August 29th 2009 in Travel Destinations Comments (121)

Believe it or not but Paris, Rome, Prague or Venice are out of this list. There are heaps of other love-is-in-the-air places around the globe, where dramatic landscapes, romantic architecture and tender atmosphere create a perfect scenery for passionate affection.


10. The Canadian Rockies. Canada

Canadian Rockies. By paulhami


If restaurant candle light dinner with champagne cracking and smart clothes on is not really your definition of being romantic then the majestic landscape of the remote Canadian Rockies, far from crowds and tawdry tourist attractions, might be your perfect location for an adventurous romance getaway. With five National Parks declared UNESCO World Heritage Sites located within the Rockies, there are plenty of space, wilderness, and nature to explore and admire hand in hand with your admirable. Perfect for skiers in love, hikers in love, or cyclists in love...


Canadian Rockies. By Medmoiselle T


9. The Seychelles.

Praslin Island in Seychelles. By Y.Ballester


If dramatic landscapes of wild mountains are not convincing then you should try something more exotic. The Seychelles, 115 stunning islands, located in the middle of the Indian Ocean, around 1,500 kilometres (930 miles) of mainland Africa, are an excellent spot for couples looking for relaxing and calm surroundings. The tropical vistas of white sands, turquoise water, and lush forests are the ideal setting for romance. Moreover, the islands are not as invaded by tourists as other exotic destinations so you will be able to enjoy your moments with no crowds in the background.


Seychelles. And only you two. By /kallu

Seychelles' remote beach. By nicogeni


 8. Tokyo Bay. Japan.

Tokyo Bay. By JanneM


How to find a romantic getaway in overpopulated, vibrant and busy Tokyo? If you and your second half are in the mood for love, and there is no time to head for Kyoto or Okinawa, then try a cruise around Tokyo Bay. Magnificent views of city night lights, dazzling Rainbow Bridge, and Odaiba's modern architecture set quite splendid a scenery for lovers. You can try one of the Tokyo's cruise ship companies that can arrange a romantic French or Italian dinner or a sunset cruise for the two of you.


Tokyo Bay. By Stefan


7. Meersburg. Germany

Meersburg, Bodensee Lake. By mattwyn


Meersburg, a tiny town located adjacently to Lake Constance in Baden-Württemberg in Germany, is as romantic as a fairy tale. If you and your loved one need kind of a time-stopped-here place then Meersburg, with its unique, colourful architecture, filled with cafes, bars and restaurants, and surrounded by vineyards and apple groves, is definitely a place you are looking for. The best time to go on your romantic trip is spring when the whole area is covered with flowers. Fall is also great, especially if you want to visit wineries and sample some quality domestic wine.

See more: Things to do in Germany


Meersburg's castle. By db

Meersburg's castle. By db

Spring in Meersburg. By juergen.mangelsdorf


6. Big Sur. California. The USA

Big Sur. California. By vgm8383


A 90 mile (145 kilometres) long drive along Big Sur coastline may seem not to be very long but if you stop a few times for a kiss, then a few times for hugs, and then several more times to admire the gorgeous views, you can significantly stretch your time together. The beauty of this place is breathtaking. There are no shopping centres, no tourist attractions (besides stunning views), no street lights. An ideal spot to propose, and to say "yes".


Big Sur. California. By vgm8383


5. Saint Paul de Vence. Provence. France

St Paul de Vence, France. By freefotouk


Unfortunately jam-packed, touristic Paris cannot be called the world's capital of romance any longer, but there are several others places in France where the scent of love can be felt in the air. Provence, the land of colors and fragrances, has always been a heaven for artists, and of course, lovers looking for inspiration and passion. Among the most beautiful spots of the region is St Paul de Vence, an old town filled with great restaurants, charming cafes, romantic cobblestoned streets, and beautiful architecture.

See more: Things to do in France


Lavender fields in Provence. By SansPretentionAucune

Lavender fields in Provence. By SansPretentionAucune

St Paul Vence. By  ollis58

St Paul Vence. By ollis58


4. San Francisco. The USA

Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco. By JBlaze B

Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco. By JBlaze B


San Francisco, a liberal city of love, birthplace of hippies and gay communities, revolutionizes the definition of love. Today the town is recognized for its laid back atmosphere, tolerance, and acceptance. Be it for romantic sunset over Golden Gate Bridge, smart cafes and restaurants, or simply a stroll along its streets, this place is filled with romantic and positive vibrations. 


San Francisco Heart. By Rev Dan Catt

San Francisco by night. By Kevin Labianco


 3. Lisbon. Portugal.

Lisbon by night. Portugal. By Fr Antunes

No capital is more romantic than Lisbon. The warm atmosphere of the town, bathed in golden sunlight during the day and filled with dramatic sounds of jazz and fado at night, make the place an ideal spot to spend passionate time with the loved one. You can take a romantic stroll around the town wandering its narrow streets, take your sweetheart for a ride on a historical yellow tram, or go crazy in Lisbon's countless bars and clubs. Spring and fall are the best seasons to go - there are fewer tourists and days are pleasantly warm.


Lisbon's tram. By wili hybrid

Lisbon's tram. By wili hybrid


Alfama in Lisbon. Portugal. By Michael

Alfama in Lisbon. Portugal. By Michael


2. Faroe Islands. Denmark.

Faroe Islands by WildVanilla


Imagine wide open spaces, dramatic cliffs, splendid sea, infinite fields of grass and moorlands... If this sounds like a perfect setting for a next romantic trip for you then you should head to Faroe Islands, located halfway between Scotland and Iceland. The islands are slightly forgotten by travel agencies, holiday makers and even backpackers, which makes them an ideal place for lovers searching for privacy and seclusion in enchanting surroundings. The best time to go is from June to August, but don't forget the days are super long, and nights disappointingly short.


Torshavn, Faroe Islands By -Kj

Faroe Islands. By the spug


1. Santorini. Greece.

Santorini. By marcelgermain


Everything is romantic on Santorini. The white walls of the archipelago's houses, charming little streets, beautiful gardens, excellent cuisine, domestic wine, dazzling sea, golden cliffs, spectacular sunsets and fantastically relaxed Mediterranean atmosphere...Santorini is our planet's most beautiful jewel and truly a paradise for lovers.

See more: Things to do in Greece


The Heart of Santorini, a hole in the volcanic rocks of the caldera. By Klearchos Kapoutsis

Romantic dinner on Santorini. By psalakanthos


It is true that with whom you share life is a lot more important than where you do it, but just as a fire dies down after some time and needs another sparkle to explode ablaze again, your relationship will, too, benefit from such passion-kindling, get-away-from-it-all therapy applied from time to time.


  1. dorela.com Sep 8, 2009 9:11 AM

    Amazing! thanks for share!

  2. welovecroatia.com Sep 8, 2009 9:59 AM

    And Croatia of course! Dubrovnik, Plitvice Lakes...

  3. allsmiles12 Sep 8, 2009 2:23 PM

    these are amazing!! i especially love the pictures of santorini!

  4. gzzzmmm Sep 8, 2009 4:27 PM

    Istanbul should have been on this list instead of greece!! Santorini isn't as beautiful as it is advertised.

  5. vinikey Sep 8, 2009 4:40 PM

    What a racist!!!

    And all the great monuments of Konstantinoupoli ( Istanbul ) are of the Byzantium - Greek era

  6. 5654521 Sep 8, 2009 6:00 PM

    vola de pendejos they r all beautiful faggotts

  7. marco polo Sep 8, 2009 6:04 PM

    Come on Istanbul has to be the biggest dive in the world - easily the worst city I have been to. No atmosphere, full of people wanting to take your money - yeah thats real romance.

  8. Ben Sep 8, 2009 8:04 PM

    Helloooo.. what about all of Mexico or Brazil, Argentina and um New York ??

  9. Not U Sep 8, 2009 8:16 PM

    I second Croatia, by far one of the most romantic places I have been

  10. OakmanNZ Sep 8, 2009 8:22 PM

    Where was Prague? Nothing more romantic that snow covered Prague at Christmas

  11. piickle Sep 9, 2009 1:58 AM

    @ vinikey
    How the hell is that racist? They were just saying the place wasn't as nice.

  12. vinikey Sep 9, 2009 2:45 AM


    "Istanbul should have been on this list instead of greece"

    Are you kitting me piickle?!?
    Ok, this isn't 100% a racistic comment,
    but it's an intolerant comment for sure!

    Always tha same 'something is better just because its ours' that is so naive

    And he's comparing Instabul with Greece! Only with Greece!
    Up there are 10 other beautiful places and he is using for the compare only Greece!

    Come on!

  13. Piickle Sep 9, 2009 11:22 AM

    No it's no racists. You're the one that can't appreciate other cultures. If I said "Newfoundland in Canada should have been on this list instead of Greece" would that be racist too? And no there are NOT only 10 other beautiful places in the world. There are countless places. Bora Bora, New Zealand, Ireland. This list isn't exclusive. It isn't set in stone for eternity. Beauty AND romance is in the eye of the beholder.

  14. vinikey Sep 9, 2009 4:28 PM


    First of all lets talk about the things I DIDN'T say!
    I DIDN'T say that "there are ONLY 10 other beautiful places"!!!
    Oh my God... Do you really read the comments?!
    "Up there are 10 other beautiful places"
    Where the hell did you read the word ONLY!!!

    Secondly, you said that I don't appreciate other cultures!!!!
    Jesus!!!! Where in my comment did I say something against any culture?!?!?!?

    And finally, he made clearly a comparison between 2 places without any valid point!
    Of course beauty is in the eye of the beholder!
    But when you compare, you must give valid points!
    If you don't, the motivation of the comparison will be under question and open to challenge!

    That's for now.

  15. moose Sep 9, 2009 8:05 PM

    vinikey I believe his point was that "Santorini isn't as beautiful as it is advertised." He didn't even go so far as to say that Istanbul is better than Greece. He only gave his own opinion which was that he would place Istanbul on the list had he the power to do so. This is most likely based on his own experience of Santorini. Are you perhaps Greek and/or touchy about the subject of racism? Racism has to do with a prejudice against the people of a certain, well, race. Had he said, "Greeks suck" I would agree with you. That, however, is not what he said at all.

  16. Elk Sep 9, 2009 9:38 PM

    I had to write something, given this nonsense with Vinikey... and then saw that moose has already said about all there is to say.

    Amazing, Vinikey, how could you possible interpret those comments as being racist or intolerant? Honestly!

  17. deepa Sep 10, 2009 12:28 AM

    all of them are so amazingly beautiful.....oh my GOD ..I want to visit them all

  18. pradeep Sep 10, 2009 1:15 AM

    all of them are awesome lookin.....

  19. Lesley Sep 10, 2009 1:21 AM

    You forgot Bonnie Doon. "Ahhh ... feel the serenity!"

  20. imthewalruss Sep 10, 2009 1:33 AM

    very nice..now i just need to come up with some traveling money

  21. vinikey Sep 10, 2009 3:02 AM

    @ moose
    well, I didn't like the word "racism" too
    and this is the reason that I changed it with the word "intolerant"

    When you compare, you must give an explanation about it!
    He said "Santorini isn't as beautiful as it is advertised" and that my friend it isn't an explanation, I can't find the word "Why or Because" in this sentence!
    And probably this is the reason that I have doubts on his motivation!

    @ Elk
    I have learned to give always a reason ( including because ) about my comparisons!
    Anything else can set my opinion under questions!
    Hmmm... I like the word "nonsense"
    and it's really strange, because I gave a reason for my opinion! I never said that someone is something without any explanation about it!

    And this is nothing to do with those 2 countries!
    Both of them have a great History and I respect them both.

    Never mind, I believe that was my mistake the use of the word "racism",
    but it's my opinion that his motivation ( about that comparison ) is based on the
    "something is better just because its ours"
    and only on that.

  22. twig Sep 10, 2009 3:18 AM

    "Santorini isn't as beautiful as it is advertised" is, in fact, an explanation for why he didn't like it. The reality of the location didn't live up to its enhanced reputation. Since you seem to be focused on the use of the word 'because' we could simply rephrase what he said as "I didn't like Santorini because it isn't as beautiful as it is advertised." There you go.

  23. vinikey Sep 10, 2009 4:14 AM

    ok, probably I am the weird and the touchy.
    sorry about that.

    Probably I want more explanations than a comment of a blog can contain.

    I hope that he will explaine with more details his opinion somewhere else, because this explanation isn't enough for everyone.

    And don't forget that the owner of this blog advertises all the above places ( including Santorini ) and I trust him.

  24. Steve Sep 10, 2009 8:01 AM

    @vinikey: You need to calm down BECAUSE you are taking an innocent comment way too personally. This is the internet. People are going to say shit without backing it up ALL the time.

    Also... why the hell is Italy not on this list?!?

  25. Pol Sep 10, 2009 11:31 AM

    What about Italy?!?!?!

  26. The Taxman Sep 10, 2009 5:35 PM

    It was a racist comment. The Turkish and the Greeks (especially around Cyprus) have a historic enimosity. Any Turkish or Greek person would know that it was a comment borne of these prejudices, not because it is true - in fact the author was being sarcastic by comparing Santorini to Istanbul, which is actually a very dirty city, nothing like the tranquil beauty of Santorini. So if you arent Turkish or Greek, then you probably didnt get it. But now you do.

  27. BellaLunaSuzyQ Sep 10, 2009 5:39 PM

    No mention of London... the Thames River at night, or the skyline as seen from the London Eye. And no mention of Hawaii, a very romantic destination indeed...I fell in love in both places.

  28. haywardt Sep 10, 2009 9:37 PM

    I hate these stupid list posts. I think it is a cheap blog post, but 10, 9 , 6 and 1 are hugely correct. If you hadn't put numbers in front this would have been excellent. Of course now with your readership these place are all crowded with McDonalds and SUV taxis.

  29. Afrika Sep 11, 2009 3:01 PM

    What about South Africa... The garden route is still one of the most spectacular places on this planet!

  30. Pablo Sep 12, 2009 12:31 AM

    While many of these places are very nice and should be on several "lists", romance is more related to the person you are sharing it with. Also, yes, the Seychelles are way nice, but also insanely expensive (which I somewhat feel it disqualifies it from lists such as these, IMO).

  31. rex Sep 12, 2009 12:35 AM

    amaZinG.ThanX fOr The sHaRe.KeeP it UP

  32. Divian Sep 12, 2009 1:43 AM

    I thought Bruges would be on the list...

  33. wow Sep 12, 2009 2:03 AM

    how do you even know that person was Turkish? And not all Turks and Greeks have animosity towards each other. Maybe the person went to both on the same trip, and thought Istanbul was a lot nicer. The only ones who are intolerant, are those who see through those sorts of comments (because deep inside they can't stand any kind of negative remark about a country they were originally from, like as if it an insult to their person). If you don't like a comment, just ignore reading it... don't call people racists based on a blog about their own opinion of a piece of land.

  34. wowmore Sep 12, 2009 2:05 AM

    And if you are going to tear down someone else's comment, make sure you can spell...

  35. vinikey Sep 12, 2009 6:17 AM

    Your opinion, our opinion....

    you are based on he isn't Turk and he hasn't animosity towards Greeks and the motivation of his comment doesn't have to do with all those

    and we are based on that animosity is a fact.

    If he is exactly as you say ( and I hope ), I'm totally sorry. But based on the history between those countries, I have my reasonable doubts.

    Ha, and if you don't like the way I write, just ignore reading me...

  36. Tokkeloshe Sep 12, 2009 6:35 AM

    There are a few romantic spots in South Africa too: the Kruger National Park where you can hear the lions roar while you're braaing your supper on the coals or the scenic drive on the Wine Route in the Cape with stops at the ever-so-many wine and cheese farms on route. Or the ever so romantic drive down the scenic Garden Route - South Africa is the the ideal venue for the honeymoon of a lifetime.

  37. Collage Diva Sep 12, 2009 9:36 AM

    What gorgeous photos. I have a new list of places to visit. Many thanks. Love it!

  38. E's Mommy Sep 12, 2009 10:08 AM

    Vinikey: It's very hard to "ignore" your comments when you continue to go on and on; Just drop it!

    The list is great! Obviously it's the author's opinion but I'd say most of these places are right where they should be!

  39. vinikey Sep 12, 2009 6:09 PM

    E's Mommy: No my friend! I'll not drop it!
    It's my opinion and I'll continue to support it!

    Live with that!

  40. Tom Johnson Sep 13, 2009 12:25 AM

    Very nice, great pictures. I wish I could be at one of those locations right now. But looking at the pics makes it almost feel like you are their.

  41. Daniel Sep 13, 2009 2:50 AM

    Actually I agree.. #1 is Santorini.

    The atmosphere and experience on that island was something from a dream. There are parts of the island that are just unimaginable. Magic is an understatement and once you leave, you start getting depressed. A true wonder.

    I travel all around the world and that has to be my absolute favorite.

    I also love Ireland and of course your list is well appreciated.

    Kindest Regards

  42. sofoklis Sep 13, 2009 7:55 AM

    Greece is by far the most beautiful place in the world..Fuck Turkey..And the difference with the other places is that we dont have only one place but 3000 amazing places to see..and i am not refering only to islands..

    People who have travel around the world can understand me..and i am one of those..

  43. Jesoph Sep 13, 2009 9:14 AM

    the photos are very nice.I also show you some photo slideshow videos here.

  44. Jane Sep 13, 2009 2:27 PM

    Lake Garda in Italy is one of the most romantic places i have been although i also loved Venice. Italy should def have been on this list

  45. random observer Sep 13, 2009 11:59 PM

    this is the most ridiculous conversation i have ever read and vinikey you're an idiot

  46. neha Sep 14, 2009 3:17 AM

    whats the best place for honey moon in all of them.

  47. vinikey Sep 14, 2009 3:49 AM

    @random observer

    Always the same!
    If you don't like something or you are not agree with someone,
    automatically he is an idiot!

    Ahaha, nice man!

  48. kps Sep 14, 2009 10:09 PM

    banos equador

  49. Bryon Black Sep 14, 2009 10:21 PM

    Beautiful places. But, I think Minocqua, Wisconsin should have made it.

  50. Liz Sep 14, 2009 10:33 PM

    nice list, i wish italy was up there as well its amazing. same with many places in the UK :)

    Vinikey stop being silly and move on he must have went to a bad area and not liked the place. grow up.

  51. hermes Sep 14, 2009 11:47 PM

    all your base are belong to us. bwha ha ha

  52. thodoras Sep 15, 2009 3:14 AM

    I m from Greece and Santorini is a magical island.But i believe that it s not the most beautiful place on earth.But as the tiltle says"Ten Romantic Getaways To Fall In Love (With)" i can say that Santorini might have the best sunset in all over the world.So it has to be in the list.

  53. eugene quartey Sep 15, 2009 6:47 AM

    i everyone has submit his/herself to Christ Jesus because He is the saviour of the world

  54. Jesus Christ Sep 15, 2009 7:19 AM

    Please ignore eugene quartey, I'm far to busy for all those submissions, and eugene is constantly giving father a earache, moaning all the time !
    I feel like taking my own name in vain.

  55. abby Sep 15, 2009 8:27 AM

    gorgeous, particulalry Faroe islands - come to Shetland - also very romantic, especially during the Simmer Dim - see shetlandmylove.blogspot.and discover how amazing it is!

  56. shezacwgrl Sep 15, 2009 7:38 PM

    Beautiful! Im sending this to my BF, think he will get the hint?! Heehee!

  57. Turk squasher Sep 16, 2009 2:15 PM

    Vinikey you're a douche bag. Shut your face. Istanbul is dirty and unromantic. The only thing going for it is it's Formula One race.

  58. me Sep 16, 2009 3:02 PM

    you forgot guanajuato, mexico

  59. B Sep 16, 2009 9:07 PM

    Agreed about Santorini- absolutely SO romantic. I fell in love there.

  60. Dave Sep 16, 2009 11:03 PM

    You left off Detroit!

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  62. riza carpio Sep 17, 2009 11:49 PM

    i wish i can go there too...and experience the beautiful sights...very nice place to visit....

  63. please tomato vin Sep 18, 2009 5:27 AM

    @ ven what ever your name is,

    guess what

    NO ONE CARES that you want an explanation.

    WwaWwawawawawa. pls keep crying about this. I love seeing people rip you a new one. Its really amusing.......

  64. Soul0 Sep 19, 2009 6:49 AM

    @vinikey you're a butt pirate, and a pig rapist.

  65. George Sep 19, 2009 11:22 AM

    I want to thank all the people who appreciated the photos for what they were, just 10 photos of romantic places, never mind if they were the MOST romantic. I am sure there was room for other romantic places and may be they should have been there. Maybe there should have been 50 or 100 most romantic places, preferably not ranked (as one reader mentioned already). I just really feel thankful for those who had positive things to say.

    For those who are not aware, please allow me to share some of the history behind Constantinople. It was built by Emperor Constantine, a Roman general who was the founder of the Eastern Roman Empire that was later renamed Byzantium. He named the city after himself, adopted the Greek language in place of Latin and adopted Christianity as the official language (very visionary in light of the fact that Christians had been prosecuted till then. He couldn't beat them so he joined them. Today he is a saint in the Orthodox Christian religion). The Byzantine empire with Constantinople as its capital lived for about 1000 years. The Greeks consider it as a continuation of their own history and nation even though it was initially the Eastern Roman empire. Constantinople fell to the Venician crusadors around the year 1000 and stayed under Venitian rule for 150 years. It regained its freedom until it fell to Mohamed, leader of the Turkish army on May 23rd, 1453. It was the last bit of Byzantine land that was still standing free.
    The name Instanbul comes from the war cry that was adopted by the soldiers in Mohamed's army; it is the Greek phrase (kind of ironic or maybe not since many of the soldiers were Greek speakers) EIS TIN POLIN, which means TO THE CITY. Constantinople was considered THE city at the time, it was the pivot point that joined east and west. The Turks considered it (probably still do) the crown of their military achievement to capture The City. The Greeks consider it the greatest calamity of their long history, a tragic event. Greece stayed under Turkish rule for about 400 years until it gained its independence in two shots, one in 1830 and a second in 1912.
    There are many things to see in Constantinople, Agia Sofia, the Blue mosque, the walls around the city which by the way house one of the most amazing engineering feats of humanity, the elaborate network of wells dug under the wall and supplied water to the citizens.
    I don't know if that's romantic but it is certainly a place worthy of a visit.
    By the way do you know the other name for Santorini? Thira. It is the home of an ancient volcano that errupted once in ancient times and caused a tsunami. The tsunami's waves traveled all the way down to Crete and killed instantly most of the people living in it, thus putting an end to the Cretan civilization up to that time. Visit Knosos in Crete and you'll find out first hand what that civilization created. It is also reported that the same tsunami burried the lost civilization of Atlantis of which Plato wrote (although it was never found).

    I hope this brief look back in history inspires some of you to visit both Santorini and Constantinople. They are not far from each other.

    Be well, enjoy life and don't fight.
    Life's too short for bullshit.

  66. zomb Sep 19, 2009 11:31 AM

    lol @Dave

  67. omg Sep 19, 2009 5:41 PM

    omg wtf not even my town in here, epic fail! Nothing beats the suburbs of Amsterdam! :p

    I've been to santorini and it's quite nice, but wouldn't be my nr 1. Still a nice list though, got some things to mark on my map for future trips :)

  68. jangggooooo Sep 19, 2009 6:53 PM

    this is sux, lame pic :)

  69. uilleam Sep 20, 2009 12:18 PM

    The Faroe islands are not in Denmark but are a Danish protectorate. A country in their own right

  70. venetian Sep 20, 2009 12:38 PM

    where the hell is venice?

  71. Mex Sep 20, 2009 12:47 PM

    I dont agree, you forgot venice

  72. Ron Sep 20, 2009 1:47 PM

    Bora Bora . . . unbelievably beautiful.

  73. Sean Sep 20, 2009 5:57 PM

    Thank you for the information George, even if it is a tab bit lengthy. A bit of a history lecture never hurts when it comes to deciding what country to visit.

    @everyone else:
    although I doubt Vinikey will write back, STOP FEEDING THE TROLL

  74. qsxcftyhn Sep 21, 2009 12:12 AM

    For me, the most beautiful thing must be a pretty Girls!.

  75. June Harris Sep 23, 2009 3:53 AM

    Thanks for sharing these photographs!!!

  76. cuje Sep 23, 2009 1:46 PM

    These places seem awesome! I might also nominate Taormina, Italy

  77. askindiaexpert.com Sep 24, 2009 11:31 PM

    Excellent pics, Greece is really amazing. Thanks for Sharing.

  78. Moyitas Sep 28, 2009 4:40 AM

    if you make 10 best places list out of the whole world there will always be a discussion

  79. adil Sep 29, 2009 3:46 AM

    Such a beautiful picture, seems like a beautiful hose , the most awesome thing about this is that the Big Sur. California. The USA has a very classic look.Keep sharing more and more pictures like this.Shangrila Murree

  80. Melissa Oct 2, 2009 8:08 PM


    I think the Amalfi Coast should also be included here... :-)

  81. JPeeler Oct 17, 2009 1:50 PM

    Amazing places! very romantic, but some of them are too much for my romantic taste, I love small places, specially those surrounded with nature, and where I can feel that the whole place is there just for us, last year we had our Romantic Getaway in Mexico and I totally loved it, the place is called Playa Escondida and I totally loved it!

  82. Patricia Morrise Nov 5, 2009 10:22 PM

    This maybe the heaven of every couple, to have a place to relax and to see this wonderful scenery. I was amazed that there are some places that makes me "woooah" because it's that beautiful.

  83. mark Nov 13, 2009 1:40 PM

    Amanpulo in the Philippines is a must-see...
    heaven on earth!
    tranquility and romance at their finest!

  84. Ana-Maria Nov 16, 2009 8:13 AM

    Great! I have a postal card from Lisbon similar to one photo you postes :D

  85. Bob Nov 26, 2009 9:36 PM

    Fiji, beautiful, great value, extraordinary scenery, nice people, and lots place to be romantic in private.

  86. petan Dec 9, 2009 2:29 AM

    If you want to see dolphins get slaughtered then go to the Faroe islands. It is definitely very romantic!

  87. giannis Dec 9, 2009 3:00 AM

    Δεν ξερω τι παπαριες λετε οι πιο πανω αλλα η Ελλαδα ειναι μια απο τις ομορφοτερες χωρες του κοσμου.

  88. dna Dec 9, 2009 7:44 AM

    wake up greece rules even if you dont want it.i have been in both places like greece no where...

  89. aris Dec 10, 2009 7:39 AM

    greece its paradise on earth !!!!

  90. MHG Jan 7, 2010 12:28 PM

    Hey everybody theres this great B&B in Port Townsend called Morgan Hill Getaways very romatic number 5 in best places to kiss in the world. Great specials going on right now, book a two night stay get a free $50 romantic upgrade!

  91. Vancouver Travel Jan 11, 2010 6:15 PM

    I love the night scene photo of Santorini. Greece. Pure tranquility moment.

  92. artuc Jan 18, 2010 5:26 PM

    Actually comparing Istanbul and santorini is really wrong. Istanbul is a really big city (really) and there are lots of place to spend romantic time like the islands or in forest or in the roof of hotels or inside acient places. And also a mess with traffic, crowd and nature. And in the other hand, santorini is a holiday place which has seems to have a great beach and silence.

    This doesn't mean Istanbul is less romantic. I believe especially in the autmn that city has a great view for romance. But you should know where to look. I'm pretty sure, because it is bigger it has really more romantic places than santorini. But this doesn't mean santorini is a bad place too. I'm pretty sure that place is great.

    Let's don't make this to a competition. Because we're trying to compare apple and a tomato.

    But i believe if we're talking about romance list should include prag, slovenia and norther scotland.

  93. Andrea Feb 3, 2010 7:44 PM

    ive been to some of those places. but the places i havent been i want to go to

  94. rubic Feb 5, 2010 11:58 PM

    I can not see the image.

  95. rubic Feb 6, 2010 5:10 AM

    Thanks for this useful post. I would love to read and get travel ideas

  96. V Feb 11, 2010 6:19 PM

    Santorini really is beautiful, so tranquil when it needs to be but still lively at night. Some of these other destinations I definitely need to see :D

  97. Ganesh Feb 20, 2010 7:41 AM

    i really fall in with "The Canadian Rockies. Canada","Big Sur. California. The USA","Faroe Islands. Denmark." and " San Francisco. The USA" Thanks for sharing

  98. chris Feb 22, 2010 2:54 PM

    Cape Town has got to be there!!!

  99. Diane avatar Diane Mar 14, 2010 3:30 PM

    Greece Oh yes, yes, yes! And what the district to Tuscany? :) In my opinion, is much more romantic than Provence.

  100. Joyce Apr 2, 2010 3:11 AM

    Bora Bora was beautiful, tranquil, astoundingly romantic-----that was in 1976. May have succumbed to commercialism by now, but I hope not!

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