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Top 5 Most Romantic Places in Europe

Аre you looking for a place to celebrate your anniversary after dating for a while? Or thinking about your first trip together as a couple? Maybe you haven’t met the one yet and your hope is to find your love on the streets of an unknown town? No matter what your motives are, Europe has numerous romantic spots to offer. Here’s a list of the top five places where love is always in the air.

1. Venice, Italy

As obvious as it may seem, Venice is a perfect place for couples and love-seekers, especially if you visit it in February, during the famous Carnevale, or in autumn, free of masses of tourists. The best way to feel its spirit is to wander around the city and, at some point, get lost in its narrow streets and along the tiny canals. When you are in Venice with your partner, make the most of one of the city’s romantic legends: take a gondola ride and kiss each other under the Bridge of Sighs at sunset for a guarantee of an eternal love.

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2. Mont Saint-Michel, France

Mont Saint-Michel is an island commune in Normandy situated just 600 meters from the mainland. For centuries, it has sheltered pilgrims who used a path uncovered only at low tide to get to the Mont Saint-Michel abbey. Visit it in the evening and walk around the island’s deserted streets, listening to the cries of seagulls and the sound of the sea lapping against the rocks. It will give you a unique feeling of solitude and harmony that will stay with you for a long time after you leave the island.

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3. Santorini, Greece


Every little corner of this Greek island is filled with tenderness and romance, so it’s no surprise that it has become one of the most popular wedding and honeymoon destinations. Crystal blue sea and cliffs with white cubiform houses define the landscapes of Santorini’s two principal towns – Fira and Oia. The rugged coastline is the result of the Minoan volcano eruption 3,600 years ago. By the way, rumour has it that the mythical city of Atlantis may still be hidden deep in the nearby waters – maybe you are destined to find it?

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4. Prague, the Czech Republic

Prague is known for its mysterious history, but what is love if not the greatest mystery of them all? In spring, the city reveals its romantic soul to the fullest. To feel it, take a saunter in Petřín Park, hiding among the rows of blossoming cherry trees with your loved one. Afterwards, walk past the Franz Kafka Museum towards the Vltava river and, when on its bank, marvel at the pairs of white swans as they glide beneath.

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5. Bruges, Belgium

Bruges is often called a ‘medieval fairytale’ – with mighty willow trees, old bridges and elegant buildings, it truly is one. It may seem too touristy, but the best way to explore the city is by water. A boat trip gives you a chance to see many tiny charming details that would otherwise remain unnoticed. When the sun goes down, take a stroll along the Groenerei – the ‘green canal’. The sound of your own footsteps in the empty cobbled streets will make you feel like this magnificent medieval world belongs to just the two of you.

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