Here you can trip most romantic Destination Wallpapers & Best romantic Getaways Pictures around the World for your visit, It doesn’t matter where you go when you’re with the one you love, romance and fun are guaranteed. But you might as well treat yourselves from time and time and enjoy each other’s company in a place that’s as beautiful and enchanting as your feelings for each other. Whether you’re honeymooners who want nothing more than a sunset cocktail on a secluded beach, best friends who want to explore a medieval city hand in hand or lovers who want to climb to the top of a mountain or swim to the bottom of the sea together, there is a perfect romantic getaway for you.
Read on for our list of the 11 most romantic getaways around the world.
Bali is an island in the Indonesian archipelago known for being one of the most beautiful places on the planet. Neon green rice paddies, tree-sprinkled volcanic mountains and some of the most stunning white sandy beaches in the world all compete to offer visitors to Bali the best picture-postcard view. But
Bali is offers more than just picturesque scenery, this island is also home to important religious and historical sites and is known for its plentiful yoga and meditation retreats. Couples can enjoy an active getaway with outdoor activities like hiking mountains and swimming in waterfalls or just watch the sunset on the beach.
Located on Argentina’s Tierra del Fuego archipelago, Ushuaia is literally the ‘end of the world’. Ushuaia is the southernmost city in the world, the antithesis of Norilsk in Siberia which is the northernmost, and is perched precariously on a steep hill at the tip of the South American continent. Windswept and romantic, Ushuaia is surrounded by the Martial Mountains and the Beagle Channel making it the gateway to the Antarctic.
Walk to the southernmost point of the town and climb the Les Eclaireurs lighthouse for a spectacular view before taking a cruise to nearby Isla Yécapasela, known for its huge population of cute penguins.
Paris is the city of love, there is no denying it. One of the most picturesque cityscapes in the world, Paris owes its charm to the architects of the 19th century who furnished this fine European city with wide boulevards and iconic landmarks such as the Gothic Notre-Dame cathedral, the Eiffel Tower and the Sante-Chappelle.
A world-center of beautiful art, fine dining and café culture, Paris offers no end of romantic pastimes. For the perfect Parisian evening wander the banks of the River Seine, shop the boutiques of the Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré and enjoy a cozy dinner at a secluded little bistro. Pure l’amour.
Located in northern Italy, Venice is a city that floats. Built on more than 100 islands located in a lagoon in the Adriatic Sea, Venice’s beautiful crumbling stone buildings seem to rise straight up out of the sea. There are only two ways to get around the city of Venice: on the water, enjoying lazy gondola rides along the narrow maze of canals or on land, by negotiating a labyrinth of 350 bridges.
With no cars, roads or ugly high-rise buildings, Venice is the perfect place to escape the stresses of modern life. Head your gondola in the direction of Burano Island for a splash of color or towards Saint Peter’s Basilica to experience the opulence of the past. Finish your ride at the Bridge of Sighs and say ‘ti amo’ (I love you).
Thailand has no shortage of stunning locations where you can enjoy a romantic getaway for two but Railay is particularly special. Railay is a small peninsula that is attractive to many honeymooners due to its remote location. The breathtaking limestone cliffs that surround Railay separate it from the mainland, meaning its pristine beaches and gorgeous resorts are only accessible by boat.
Thai people are known for their wonderful hospitality and the food in Thailand is some of the best in the world. Many resorts offer dinner in a candlelit cave and there is ample opportunity to enjoy the marine life on scuba diving and snorkeling excursions. In Railay, romance is guaranteed.
Hawaii is the obvious choice when planning a romantic getaway for two and Maui, known as the ‘magic isle’, is the perfect choice for couples who want a little more than the usual sun, sand and sea. An island located in the mid-Pacific Ocean, Maui is a haven of scenic beaches and colorful sunsets with a laid-back tropical vibe.
For the more adventurous, Maui also offers a diverse landscape that includes volcanic craters, waterfalls and tropical rainforests. Haleakala National Park is home to the highest lookout in Maui and the Oheo Gulch waterfalls but it takes a strenuous yet rewarding hike to get to there.
It’s impossible to look at photographs of Kyoto’s iconic cherry blossom season and not want to visit immediately. Once the capital of Japan, Kyoto is located in the center of the island of Honshu in Japan. A place of ancient and fascinating history, Kyoto was home to the Emperor of Japan from the 8th century to the 19th during which time many temples, shrines and palaces were built, some of which survive today.
Boat along the Okazaki Canal surrounded by bright pink cherry blossom trees, enjoy a traditional, multiple-course kaiseki dinner and enjoy the song and dance of the geisha for the perfect romantic day.
Bora, Bora, French Polynesia
Bora Bora is the original and best honeymoon destination. If seclusion, relaxation and decadence is what you’re after, Bora Bora has it in abundance. A small island located in the South Pacific, Bora Bora is surrounded by sandy islands and a turquoise lagoon. Bora Bora is protected by its own coral reef making it the perfect place to try scuba diving.
Many of the romantic luxury resorts are in the form of stilted bungalows that sit over the water. Breakfast often arrives by canoe, dinner is available on the beach, the spa treatments on offer are world-class and cold champagne is always available. The perfect honeymoon destination.
Bruge is a fairytale town. Petite and picturesque, Bruge is known for its quaint cobblestone streets, old town squares, medieval buildings and Venice-like canals. The city center in Bruge has been meticulously preserved and looks much as it did in medieval times.
A pedestrian-friendly place that can be explored on foot, Bruge is perfect for couples who love to while away the hour wandering city streets. For a romantic evening take a boat ride up one of Bruges many canals, climb the 13th century belfry for view of the city and enjoy a traditional Belgian dinner al fresco in one of the converted 17th century restaurants.
Charleston, South Carolina
For laid-back Southern charm look no further than Charleston, South Carolina. As with any place of real historical significance, Charleston offers a maze of enchanting landmarks and charmingly crumbling architecture of days gone by. Founded in 1670, Charleston encourages its visitors to explore in style in one of the city’s traditional horse-drawn carriages.
The beautiful magnolia-lined streets of the bustling French Quarter draw in tourist from around the world with promises of soulful jazz music and tasty creole cooking. Impossibly green parks and plantation gardens encourage visitors to spend as much time as possible outdoors while lovers can make the most of the many converted mansion houses that now serve as luxury hotels.