Oh boy, Valentine Day’s up and that means that most singles will not feel at ease. Watching all those infatuated couples can be tiresome if you don’t have a hand to hold yourself. You know what? Take a trip! Here are ten great suggestions.
(photo by: Quinn Dombrowski
Ah, the city of love. Even if you venture there on your own, you’ll have a great time, thanks to the many beautiful tourist attractions: the Eiffel Tower, the Champs-Élysées and many more.
The American dream has become reality in The Big Apple. It’s a dazzling metropolis where there’s always more to see and do. Book one of the many New York hotels and let the city take you for a ride!
Venice is, not undeservedly so, often called the most romantic city on earth. There’s a truckload of things to see and do as well. Also, what could be better than a hotel located on top of the water?
You don’t have to venture abroad to have a great time. London has so much to offer for its visitors, whether you are a native Briton or not. Who knows: you might encounter an unexpected romance.
Everything’s allowed in Amsterdam and having a great time is rule number one for tourists. Amsterdam on Valentine’s Day is a recommendation, as everybody is focused on one thing only: having a great time.
Belgium: producer of the world’s finest chocolate. A good reason to go, eh? Also, Bruges is one of Belgium’s prettiest cities. It won’t disappoint you at all.
If snow-covered castles and palaces float your boat, Vienna is the way to go. Even on your own you can’t escape the sheer romantic atmosphere. Let the city of music mesmerize you.
The Hungarian capital is as majestic as it is affordable. The Hungarian cuisine is a treat you won’t forget for a long time and the Hungarians themselves are lovely and welcoming people.
Exotic Turkey is recommended for just about anyone craving to get away for a bit. Istanbul is hundreds of years old, has had many different names, but never lost its grandeur.
Spaniards are a passionate people, or so it is said. Their passion isn’t just about love, it’s about food, drink and language as well. There are so many Madrid hotels to choose from. Buen provecho!