Tuesday, January 3, 2017

National Geographic Reveals The World's Most Romantic Places

During each season, there is a romantic hotspot ideal for every couple, whether you'd be seduced by Paris in springtime, thrilled by Victoria Falls in the summer, invigorated by the Big Sur in the autumn or inspired by a winter sojourn in St Moritz.

Travel offers a sneak peek at 10 of the dreamy destinations.


Fifty shades of blue: Lovers will be seduced by the bungalow terrace at Le Méridien Bora Bora, which overlooks crystal blue waters.



A fairytale journey: A trip on the Glacier Express as it winds through the snowcapped beauty of St Moritz in the Alps is sure to inspire romance.


Summer loving: You can enjoy a glass of wine or champagne from above while soaking in the UK capital's sunset views from the London Eye.


Enchanting waterways: Dusk settles on the vibrant, lantern-lit canals of Liijang, Yunan Province, China.


Get your pulses racing with a journey to Victoria Falls. The powerful waterfall at the borders of Zambia and Zimbabwe is particularly mesmerising at sunset.


Timeless wonder: Arrive at Machu Picchu early and you’ll have the scenery and ruins to yourselves.


Magical memories: Fall in love with Japan in springtime when stunning cherry blossoms thrive. Here they decorate the entrance to Kiyomizu-dera Temple.


Love in a cold climate: Exchange vows and celebrate your wedding in front of Icehotel’s igloo in Iceland.


An affair to remember: New York's Central Park provides a colourful backdrop, especially in the autumn time, for romances to flourish.


The cobbled streets and Christmas market of Rothenburg, Germany, offers a charming location for lovers to explore during the winter.

1 comment:

  1. good luck with the weather when you go or you may be disappointed....

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