Top Five Romantic Destinations for Valentines Day
You've seen it in the movies -- couples riding on gondolas through this beautiful Italian city. In Venice, you could spend your Valentine's Day on the water through one of the city's main canals, or shopping at the Rialto Market.
According to Marty Seslow, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Gate 1 Travel, the Eiffel Tower is a symbol of romance.
"We notice an influx of customers traveling to Paris on or around Valentine's Day. The City of Lights offers many romantic activities including candle lit dinners at the Eiffel Tower or a cruise down the Seine River for breathtaking views of Paris at night."
The Greek Islands
Whether you're traveling to Greece to explore the cultural landmarks or enjoying a glass of Ouzo, Greece has plenty of romantic activities to offer. After all, Greece has been long known as a destination of love, dating back to Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of love.
California Wine Country
California vineyards are famous for a reason. Cozy up with your significant other this Valentine's Day in Sonoma or Napa and enjoy a bottle of wine to celebrate your love!
Cruises nowadays feature various amenities that you and your Valentine can enjoy, such as spas, pools and world-class dining. Cruises provide the convenience of traveling to multiple destinations in one trip, a perfect experience if you want to spend time with your loved one without the added stress of airports and traveling.
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