Sure, everywhere is intimate with the one that you love, but a few destinations only shout love. A few of my favorites are:
1. Paris – What’s not to adore about the “City of Lights”? The town’s parks, architecture, and monuments are all beautiful any time of year. Additionally, it is near impossible to have a bad meal in this town. Add heaps of intriguing museums, the scenic Seine River, a number of the world’s best shopping, which Paris allure, and you have got a winner.
2. New York City at December –New York City is interesting every time of year, however in December, once the town is decked out for the holidays, it is magical. The section windows include charming vacation vignettes, the tree in Rockefeller Center glistens, ice skaters glide through Central Park, along with the town sparkles with holiday lights.
3. California Wine Country – Just north of San Francisco, California’s wine country is a world away from the bustle of town. A number of the area’s wine estates welcome visitors for tastings and tours, along with the region features dozens of small and intriguing bed and breakfast inns, many with views of the wineries. Napa and Sonoma Counties are home to a surprising variety of excellent restaurants, that use the bountiful regional produce and vintages.
4. Tuscany – Speaking of wine country, think about a trip to one of those first wine states — Tuscany. The rolling mountains, just outside Florence in central Italy, are home to countless wineries in addition to scenic stone farmhouses and elegant eateries.
5. Tahiti – These islands have mastered travelers since the times of Paul Gauguin. Learn More about the French taste of Papeete or venture into a few of the bigger islands, such as Bora Bora or Moorea. You may even remain in a private cabin built on stilts over the tranquil Tahitian lagoon. The friendliness and welcoming nature of the Tahitian people is mythical.
6. Hawaii – A bit nearer to home, but no less intimate, the Hawaiian Islands unite American traditions with Polynesian tradition. Add beautiful shores, Trade Wind breezes, lilting island songs, and stunning volcanoes to get a one-of-a-kind encounter.
7. A Castle in Ireland – Spending your honeymoon at a historic Irish castle would be the stuff of which fantasies are created. Think about a stay in the polished rock fortress, Dromoland Castle, that hosts lots of Ireland’s country people, or the five-star Glenlo Abbey Hotel at Galaway, with its rolling hills, championship golf course, and gourmet dining.
8. Bed and Breakfasts in New England – The New England countryside abounds in little, historic bed and breakfast inns along with the area’s scenery is magical every season — by the mythical autumn foliage into the sparkling summer seashores. Learn more about the area’s various parks and hiking paths; store for antiques and home made crafts in distinctive village shops; or sample fresh-from-the-sea lobsters, clams, and other seafood delights.
9. Turks and Caicos Islands – Just one hour’s flight from south Florida, these islands offer some of the planet’s most gorgeous stretches of white sand shore. Additionally, at least in this writing, they are not as developed compared to other Caribbean island hotels. Along with shore activities, you can learn more about the islands’ coral reefs, try your luck at one of those little island casinos, or even float beachfront on new conch.
10. A Greek Island – From Mykonos into Corfu, from Crete to Santorini, the Greek Islands enchant with crystal clear water, easy and deliciously prepared meals, white-washed buildings, along with inborn Greek friendliness. Additionally, lodging, food, and fun on the islands are amazingly inexpensive.