Most Romantic Vacation Destinations in the US Are you planning a romantic getaway for you and your partner but are not quite sure where you should go? Well, to be quite honest about it, you don’t need to go very far if you are planning to rekindle the fire of your romance. You don’t have to go all the way to Paris, Cyprus or Bali just to bring passion back into your love life. Yes, you can successfully achieve your goals without going too far from home! Here are some of the top romantic Vacation destinations in the country that you should seriously consider:
Kauai and Maui in Hawaii
Why go abroad when you can enjoy the same exceptional beauty of nature without leaving the country? Well, I’m referring to the islands of Kauai and Maui in Hawaii – two paradise-like destinations ideal for lovers who want to reconnect and strengthen their emotional bonds. Both destinations offer an unbeatable combination of magnificent sunsets, secluded beaches, relaxing spa resorts, exotic jungles and rainforests, excellent hiking adventures and romantic villas. Both destinations also offer great dining experiences, exciting traditional cultural heritage and fun shopping adventures. Is there anything else you and your partner can ask for?
What’s so special about San Francisco? Well, if you don’t find a sunset cruise under the Golden Gate Bridge complete with hors d’ouevres and cocktails, wine-and-cheese picnics at Crissy Field or a tandem bike ride to be quite romantic, then I don’t know what else is! You can also enjoy a great couple’s massage, delight in a dreamy wining and dining experience at some of the city’s finest establishments, take a hike and snuggle under the trees at the Muir Woods or take a cable car ride up and down the hills of San Francisco, to name a few. Taking all these into consideration, you can definitely say that San Francisco is one of the most romantic cities in the country!
Charleston, South Carolina
Does exploring the history of a colourful bygone era appeal to you and your partner? If so, you may want to go on a romantic getaway to Charleston, South Carolina – voted the top US city for visitors in the 2011 Conde Nast Traveller’s Reader’s Choice awards. While you are in the city, you shouldn’t fail experience their signature carriage ride through the historic district to see all of the city’s famous mansions and through Middleton Place, a National Historic Landmark. You should also try their signature she-crab soup at the Anson, named as Charleston’s most romantic restaurant by the Wine Spectator magazine.
You can also take a leisurely walk down the Battery Park at sunset, spend a romantic evening at the Waterfront Park, go wine tasting in the Middleton Place and dine at some of the city’s extremely charming Southern style restaurants. Sounds interesting enough for you? I bet it does!
New York City
Remember the movies An Affair to Remember, Maid in Manhattan, Sleepless in Seattle and You’ve Got Mail? Well, there is a reason why these feel-good romantic movies are shot in the ‘city that never sleeps’ – and the Empire State Building is one of them! It may be interesting to know that the CNN once reported that spending time on the observatory deck if this historic building can literally bring back some spark into your love life. Hey, don’t be quite surprised if you feel your lips crackling when you kiss while you’re up there – the static electricity on top of the Empire State Building can really do this to everyone!
NYC is particularly a romantic haven around February. With its cold, snow-laced weather and the multitude of things that you can do with your partner while you’re in the city makes it one of the top romantic destinations in the country. Just imagine walking around Central Park in the snow and sharing a romantic table for two in some cozy restaurant. Wouldn’t that be lovely?
After reading this article, I hope you have gained a very clear idea as to where you should head on to the next time you want to take some time out with your partner. Take our advice and enjoy a passion-filled vacation!
Have a romantic vacation,