Your Guide to the Most Romantic Destinations

What are the most romantic destinations around the world? Everyone may have her or his own answers. This article is going to give you ideas of some unexpectedly romantic places you may want to visit in your lifetime!

Have you heard of firefly squids before? If not, you are missing out!

Toyama Bay, Japan|via Kin Cheung / The Associaed Press
Toyama Bay, Japan|via Kin Cheung / The Associaed Press

In spring season of Toyama Bay, these magical creatures allow us to see a spectacular glowing sea. Imagine taking a boat around the eastern shore of the bay while all the blue and white light is gently moving under the water surface – doesn’t that sound like a perfect date to you?

Naples at Night | via Dockings.net
Naples at Night | via Dockings.net

Take a walk along the gorgeous coastline at night, Naples will take your breath away! There are many good restaurants close by where you can get a romantic dinner with your lover. Don’t forget to try the authentic Napoli-style pizza because the city is considered as the home of the original pizza! Just three years ago, I took a walk with my friends along Via Partenope and stopped near Castel Dell’Ovo where we ate our pizza. All I kept thinking about was: why don’t I have a lover with me right now?

Air Baloon Myanmar | via NewJetSetters.com
Air Baloon Myanmar | via NewJetSetters.com

Do you have a heart of romance and adventure? Do you dream to ride a hot air balloon over an ancient city? Bagan in central Myanmar gives you this opportunity. You may ride a hot air balloon over all the temples and wonderful sites Bagan has to offer.

Petra, Jordan | via Hobbly.com
Petra, Jordan | via Hobbly.com

You perhaps know Petra as the amazing rock-cut archaeological city and the symbol of Jordan. To see the site “Little Petra” (north of Petra) has always been on my bucket list. I cannot find a better description for this romantic site than the following:

It’s the classic candlelight dinner proposal, re-imagined. On Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays they hold Petra By Night by the canyons. You’re greeted and escorted by Nabatean soldiers through a torch-lit path on traditional Bedouin carpets. Dinner is served over classical music playing in the background as you wait for the perfect moment. Hurry though, because you’re in the company of other diners and who knows who’s got a ring up their sleeves. If you’re lucky, you can wait it out till after dinner when everyone gathers around on the carpets and listens to very calming flute playing by a Bedouin man.”  (Soliano (WanderLuxe), 2016)

Picked your favourite yet? Either way, remember that ‘Love can take you anywhere you want‘!

Freya Ziyan Lu

Featured image via Belmond, Hotel Caruso.

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