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A romantic break in Rome makes so much sense. Well, that’s until you hit the restaurants, many of which make even the crowds at the Colosseum look pretty tame.! Thankfully Rome has found a special niche in catering for couples, with many restaurants offering exclusive rooms and tables for 2 away from the hustle and bustle. Some only have space for just 1 couple! Here’s our top 5.

Rome restaurants for couples

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Paris the capital of France is a famous city on the international stage. We can all easily think of images of France and its culture based around what we know of Paris. But what does the city look like when viewed in 3D? With special 3D viewing glasses you can look at 3D photos of Paris and discover a whole new look to this European capital.
The Eiffel Tower

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You are in love and want to propose marriage. Berlin is where you should tell your loved one how you feel. But where in the city should you do this?
Brandenburg Gate

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As the years slip by, the capital of France has become increasingly populous; and yet, the fame of the most romantic city in the world, Paris, is more widespread than ever.
kissing by the eiffel tower

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Venice is a wonderful place to visit but there are tourist traps the unwary can fall into. Having a list of what to do and what not to do is a must.
atp painting

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If you love chocolate, and I know you do, then you simply have to visit Belgium. I mean, come on! The Swiss might argue with us, and possibly rightfully so, but Belgian chocolate is, hands down, considered some of the best in the world.

best pralines in Bruxelles

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The Basque city was once known for its heavy industry and thriving ports; not particularly attractive prospects for attracting tourism. Over the past couple of decades though, like a phoenix from the ashes, Bilbao has reinvented itself as a young, dynamic and aesthetically beautiful holiday destination.

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The Italian once sleepy fishing village of Positano has been described as a “small paradise,” and rightly so because its location on the sunny Amalfi Coast offers beaches, picturesque scenery and spectacular views that make it a magnet for tourists. The writer John Steinbeck was so impressed with Positano that in an essay published in Harper’s Bizarre in May, 1953, he described it as “a dream place that isn’t quite real when you are there and becomes beckoningly real after you have gone”.
Positano at dusk

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So you’re in love! Have you heard about the relatively new tradition of making a love oath by attaching a padlock to a bridge? This is no ordinary padlock but one that has your and your sweetheart’s names or initials inscribed on it to show each other eternal love. Lovers throw away the key in the river under the bridge to symbolize their unbroken love to one another. This latest phenomenon is now happening in a number of exciting locations worldwide.

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The Venice Carnival is known around the World as one of the most decadent and glamorous events ever created, after being outlawed in 1797 the Carnival was brought back to life in 1979 and remains an important part of Venetian culture. Here is why you should not miss it next year!

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Living the jet set lifestyle is something we all want to do, finding the ski resorts used by the rich and famous is a great way of adding a little glamour to our lives. Around the World there are many ski cities that provide luxury and glamour with the chance to see a top Hollywood star or a Royal from anywhere around Europe in cities like Aspen, Lech and St. Moritz.

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Europe has tens of modern and beautiful cities, from a historical, cultural as well as architectural standpoint. However, there are three particular cities that stand out from the rest, and that every passionate traveler who loved discovering new places should put on his list. Here you will find three European cities that must certainly be on your “To Visit” list in 2015.

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Yes, Mardi Gras is an experience, but why not visit during a less-crowded time and see what makes Louisiana’s largest city and one of the United States’ major seaports so special?
New Orleans

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There are a lot of good luck traditions involved in New Year’s celebrations, and lentils are definitely the superstar here, let’s discover why!

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Located on the Italian Riviera, this little fishing village is a popular retreat for the world’s rich and famous. But it’s also pretty cool for us “commoners,” too!
Portofino Italy

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