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The Most Romantic Countries for Couples to Visit

by Benjamin Kerns

Feb 17, 2016

Santorini, Greece © Pavel Smyshlyaev | Dreamstime

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Le Musée des Arts Forains, Paris, France 2 © Patrick Janicek | Flickr

© Patrick Janicek | Flickr



Nobody does romance quite like the French; they practically invented it. An evening in Paris is hard to rival. The city is full of charming cafés, artwork and wine — all of the ingredients for a romantic evening. The City of Lights is also home to the Eiffel Tower, which looks absolutely stunning when the sun goes down.


Santorini, Greece © Alexander Tolstykh | Dreamstime 16631787

© Alexander Tolstykh | Dreamstime



There’s nothing more romantic than a breathtaking sunset, and they don’t get much more vibrant than those in Santorini. This seaside town is full of wonderful food and romantic restaurants. When you sit down to the watch the sun set along the cliffs, you’ll have a night you’ll never forget.


Rano Raraku Moai on Easter Island © Steve Allen | Dreamstime 20901581

© Steve Allen | Dreamstime


French Polynesia

Getting away from it all is a requirement for a romantic getaway. Tahiti is about as far away from the office as you can get, and you’ll find yourself surrounded by crystal-clear waters and beautiful sunsets perfect for setting the mood.


The Taj Mahal, seen from the Jawab Doors in Agra, India © Pavalache Stelian | Dreamstime 19888803

© Pavalache Stelian | Dreamstime



Did you know that Indians are some of the most romantic people in the world? The Taj Mahal in Agra is an everlasting symbol of love and the beautiful architecture is sure to charm your mate. When the sun goes down the area becomes something out a movie.


Gondola near the Rialto Bridge, Venice, Italy © Sborisov | Dreamstime 39798077

© Sborisov | Dreamstime



Venice is hard to beat in terms of romantic riverboat rides and taking your partner here will probably make her dreams come true. Italians know the art of love and the countryside is absolutely stunning. Learn a little bit of the language and settle down with a little gelato.



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Work and Play in Italy

ONCE THE FINAL MEETING WRAPS and the last contract is signed and sealed with a handshake, what’s next? Do you catch a flight back home or do you take advantage of the destination? If your next business trip is to Italy, we suggest adding a few more days to explore the country’s most amazing hot spots. Make time for more than a mouthwater- ing Italian meal in these three cities.

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