There is no top world destination without Paris. This city fascinates you especially at night when the lights come on. As tourist attractions for lovers there are, of course, the Tower and the romantic Tuileries gardens.
However, the charm of Paris is also given by the daily attractions, the street spectacle, the famous pastry and chocolate specialities, and the French have a special aspect in the way they express their feelings and generally create a romantic atmosphere.
After the famous Paris, it would be Venice, and not infrequently Venice has been declared the most romantic city in the world.
And rightly so. Venice is a small town in northern Italy that fascinates with its position above the water. A small town conquered by the waters, a seemingly archaic world shrouded in the mystery of a centuries-old story.
It is a city of canals and palaces, with a dualistic nature: water and land, a rich past and a doubtful future, an airy delicacy and a vague melancholy.
It is a destination chosen by thousands of tourists, who want to try a quiet gondola ride or discover the city by walking the narrow streets, which almost form a maze;
Also in Italy, another destination that is among the most romantic cities in Europe is the “Eternal City” – Rome. Any couple arriving here must visit a few places known for their romance.
Namely on the Gianicolo hill which offers a wonderful view towards Piazza Venezia; on Via Sacra, where Italian commanders used to be welcomed when they came back from war, but today it is a quite quiet place where you can hardly see human feet; and last but not least a tour on the Tiber river.
Vienna, is a city that combines the beauty of classical palaces, squares and architecture of the 17th and 18th centuries with contemporary art galleries and museums, fabulous furniture shops and avant-garde restaurants that delight the hearts of tourists.
Amsterdam is romantic for the canals that criss-cross the city and the bridges above them, but also for its many museums, the most important being the one dedicated to Vincent van Gogh. The most visited bridge is the Magere Brug, which spans the Amstel river and is used as a backdrop for Dutch wedding photographs. It is very beautiful at night, adorned with 1200 lights.
Superb Prague awaits you with lots of surprises: colourful buildings, gothic churches, castles, intimate restaurants and beautiful places to say your vows of love.
Picturesque, Mediterranean or medieval, whichever corner you land in, this city makes you fall in love, just like the Spanish do.
Its boulevards lined with elegant cafés and restaurants, hidden taverns, Salvador Dali’s surrealism that dominates the architecture of the whole city, as well as hidden corners that preserve the picturesque Catalonia make this metropolis a lover’s world.
Jaipur is also known as the “Pink City” because of the colour of its buildings. It is a city of magnificent palaces and stunning forts. Like most cities in India it is crowded and chaotic, but the bustle adds to its charm and creates a feast for the senses.
In this city you will encounter a legendary mix of cultures, olfactory and gustatory sensations, for which the legendary capital of Turkey deserves its nickname as the city of the world’s desires. The mosques, palaces and gardens, which blend in with the bazaars and art galleries, give it a special charm.
Dynamic, fast, exhilarating, the city is extremely focused on the future. But it lives out its rich past with Buddhist monasteries and old houses, in fascinating contrast to the modern, crowded skyscrapers and bars where you can also sample their famous noodles.