A trip for Valentine’s Day? What a way to make some everlasting memories with the man or woman on your side.As a matter of fact, In Europe alone, There are so many breathtaking places to make 14th February a truly memorable day. Through this article, we walk you through the best amazing Valentine’s Day Destinations in Europe. You will definitely be spoilt for choice!
- Paris, France
- Venice, Italy
- Zermatt, Switzerland
- Sintra, Portugal
- Amsterdam, The Netherlands
- Prague, the Czech Republic
- Budapest, Hungary
- Santorini, Greece
LOOKING FOR HIDDEN ROMANTIC SPOTS IN PARIS?
For the present, I can’t envision a more sentimental city for spending Valentine’s Day than Paris. So observing Valentine’s Day in Paris is just the ideal decision. Pont des Arts, Musée de Montmartre and place Dauphine, to give some examples, are the absolute most concealed sentimental spots in Paris that will definitely get you overwhelmed by the armor.
Where to Stay
Get away with your special one and experience some of Paris most romantic hotels on Valentine’s Day. DU TRIANGLE D OR hotel will undoubtedly be a perfect choice.
A WALK OVER THE PONTE DEI SOSPIRI?
Venice is merely a little bit of heaven for darlings from everywhere throughout the world who need to spend a sentimental weekend in Italy.So if you have decided to celebrate Valentine’s Day and impress your beloved one, Venice is then your perfect destination.
What to do on Valentine’s Day
The Bridge of sighs or “The Ponte dei Sospiri” is one of the most stunning sights in Venice. Walking over the Bridge of Sighs hand-in-hand with your loved one will be one of your most life-time pleasurable experiences.
3 Zermatt, Switzerland
IT’S TOUGH TO FIND A PLACE NOT TO LIKE IN SWITZERLAND
Overpowering and mystical, the ancient fairytale Swiss village of Zermatt will lovingly accompany you throughout your romantic escape. Romance in Zermatt can be found in many types of dining spots from village cafes to hillside restaurants with traditional dishes and large sunny terraces such as Findelhof or Zum.
Where to Eat and Bunk on Valentine’s Day
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A TASTE OF PORTUGUESE CUISINE ?
It’s quite hard to visit the enchanting city of Sintra in Portugal and don’t fall under its spell. In fact, Sintra is literally one of the most romantic cities in the world. Its nature is quite splendid and seems to create magical decorations and offers beautiful vistas. In addition to this stunning nature, Sintra has a blend of styles mirroring the blend of impacts from the Portuguese provinces: Brazil, India, China, and Morocco.
Where to Eat on Valentine’s Day
With dozens of upscale restaurants and cafes around this wondrous little city, Restaurant Pendoa with its friendly local service and authentic atmosphere could be a perfect pick.
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5Amsterdam, The Netherlands
LOVE FOR SOMETHING MAKES A MAN BLIND AND DEAF !
Valentine’s Day in the Netherlands was celebrated as a day of friendship, where special people used to exchange flowers for expressing their thanks and respects for exceptional activities.
Where to Get Flowers
It’s pretty easy to buy roses almost anywhere in the town. But for something mega special and exceptional, head for the wonderful designer florist Gerda’s Bolen.
6 Prague, the Czech Republic
THE BEST ARCHITECTURAL CITY
Prague welcomes every year many lovers coming from all over the world to celebrate Valentine’s Day.is known as “the City of a Hundred Spires” and has long been associated with its Gothic churches and the medieval Astronomical Clock. One of the best things to do for Valentine’s Day is to walk on the Charles Bridge, all covered in snow and lined with statues of Catholic saints. Ah, Prague, so gorgeous and romantic!
Where to Eat on Valentine’s Day
Suprise and please your beloved by inviting them to some posh and cozy restaurant in Prague. For this reason, We highly recommend Restaurant Bellevue.
CELEBRATE VALENTINE’S DAY WITH A LIMITED BUDGET !
One of the most beautiful cities in Europe? Budapest, the Hungarian capital, which is home to an array of cultural buildings and beautiful vista points. Budapest is super affordable which makes it one of the best places for Valentine’s Day. You can access fancy hotels and Michelin Star restaurants, spoil your loved ones and enjoy a truly romantic getaway in one of the coolest European places.
A wine tasting in a medieval stone cellar in Buda Castle is a tempting program to enjoy on Valentine’s Day with your loved one. You can choose up to 6 wine tasting menus from the most famous regions of Hungary.
ONLY UNFULFILLED LOVE CAN BE ROMANTIC
Barcelona comes in the eight position on our list of the best Valentine’s Day Destinations in Europe. As a matter of fact, Barcelona is well known for its splendid architecture, charming beaches, and delicious food. Whether you are searching for a romantic getaway in a quiet and pleasant area of Barcelona or just looking for an exotic place to spend the weekend of the Valentine’s Day, the Catalan capital is unarguably your ideal spot.
Where to Go on Valentine’s Day
In the first few months of the year, Barcelona is host to DE CAJON FLAMENCO FESTIVAL. This particular festival is a sensation and a must see when you’re in Barcelona to celebrate Valentine’s Day.
SANTORINI WHAT’S NOT TO LOVE?
Last and not least spot on our list of the best Valentine’s Day Destinations in Europe is Santorini. Santorini is one of the most splendid places all over the Europe continent to be with the special someone. The Island is beautiful and is accessible to small budgets. Besides, Santorini locals are known for being welcoming and most friendly.
Where to Bunk
Do you want to treat your special someone to a romantic break to remember? Opt for the world-class Santorini Hotel.