The Romance of Travel

The Romance of Travel


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Travel in itself is full of romance. The excitement, the newness, and even the anxiety. Millions of couples have found travel to be a saving grace for their relationship. If it’s been a while since you’ve taken a much needed vacation, then take this list as a guide to your next romantic trip. Romance can be found anywhere, so why not find it in style?

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The Eiffel Tower, the gondolas along the Venetian canals, and the top floor of the Empire State Building are located in some of the most romantic cities in the world. While those are definitely some of the most recognizable, there are plenty of other cities with just the same amount of romantic energy ingrained into their structures. 



If you don’t want your trip interrupted by screaming children or large families, then a couples-only resort is the solution you and your partner have been waiting for. While calming paradises like these are scattered all over the world, some notable ones include Sandals LaSource Grenada, The Meritage Resort and Spa in Napa, Hotel Wailea in Maui, Hawaii, and the quaint Wauwinet cottage in Nantucket.

Once both the question and the champagne have been popped, the location of your big day has to have the same umph and energy. Destination weddings are the perfect loophole for more intimate and picturesque big days. Few views can compete with that of the Jade Mountain resort in St. Lucia. The unforgettable spot features an all-inclusive romance package with dozens of amenities including spa services, food and drink options, and stunning viewpoints of the island. 

Whether you’re opting for a mini-moon in Cancun or an extended honeymoon across Europe, couples can benefit from time away to decompress and rediscover each other as explorers and relaxed lovers. 

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