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Quebec City, the first city in North America and well preserved, yes... French is the language of love and a few women I met were too.
It's hard to argue against the classic choices like Venice and Paris.
But I'll chip in for Edinburgh in Scotland. If the weather is nice :-)
I know the most romantic city I would like to go travel to, which would be Vienna because Art and culture have a long tradition in Vienna, including theater, opera, classical music and fine arts.
...Paris...would love to see Vienna as well as many other cities in Europe with lots of culture, architecture and art...
I am totally agree with you. If i got an opportunity i would also love to go Paris. Paris itself is promoted as the city of love. It really is a city of lovers for sipping coffee at cafe, the rich food etc. etc. whatever you do, you really can't go wrong in Paris, where everyone's a romantic and everyday seems magical.
There are several beautiful cities around the world which are ideal for romantic couples. In my opinion its a toss up between Paris and Vienna. But Paris may just win with wine, music and classic french food.
I think perhaps Santorini or Venice. Just reading these travel hubs has me so eager to travel!
I would have to say Prague or Budapest, but it has been ages since I've been to either one. They may have changed too much by now.
I have been to many cities in North America and Europe. By far, my favorite Romantic City is Venice. I would love to return there one day.
Rome is a very romantic city, with its parks, fountains, Roman ruins and old churches. Good ice cream as well!
I think Savannah, Georgia in springtime when the many magnificent trees are in bloom is very romantic. You can take a horse and buggy ride through the historic section, or take a riverboat ride.
Depending on who you're with, any city can be romantic. But some of my favorites are New York City at Christmas, London anytime, Los Angeles in the summer, Florence anytime, Napa Valley in May, Hood River and Portland, OR in the spring. But there are so many more as well...
by Nicholas Daly3 years ago
Do you think another city is more romantic than Paris?I could put "romantic" in quotation marks like this as I haven't been and don't want to assume there is truth to this labelling (and people must have...
by faria_lupin6 years ago
Which place is romantic in Europe?
by Brian L. Powell5 years ago
What cities, or towns, would you like to visit?An example, I would like to visit Venice Italy during Carnival. I would also like to visit Sweetwater, Texas during the Rattlesnake Roundup. I would also like...
by Leta S8 years ago
For me, it's a toss up between New York and San Francisco. I love the older type cities built for walking, with real neighborhoods, and small open markets. I loathe places like Phoenix which are nothing but...
by Pooja Sharma8 years ago
For moochers i have an question that how many places you have seen and where you wouold like to go again?
by yyoushouldknow7 years ago
where will you go for your honeymoon? Venice or Paris
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