20 Most Romantic Cities in the U.S.

Candle lite dinners, horse back rides along the beach, lush flower gardens, hiking glaciers and your soul mate, what more could you ask for? These are the top 20 most romantic places in the United States. Each place has it’s own individual beauty and romantic feel. These have all been well-known destinations for sappy love films and novels. If you want a memorable getaway, these are just a few of the amazing places the U.S. has to offer. Are you and your partner an outdoorsy type? Maybe you enjoy art? Relaxing on the beach? Do you enjoy getting pampered?

When asked the question where is the most romantic place in the world, most people would answer Paris. The truth is the U.S has just as much to offer in the romantic department as Paris (minus the Eiffel Tower). We have the wine vineyards, ethnic food, art galleries, candlelit dinners, and we even have some amazing land marks of our own. Most people spend money traveling far away places, when the most romantic getaways are in their backyard. Check out these fairy-tale, snuggle worthy, beautiful, heart warming places where you’ll grow in love and happiness. There is truly something for every type of couple:

  1. Honolulu, Hawaii.
  2. Charleston, South Carolina
  3. Mendocino, California
  4. Bar Harbor, Maine
  5. Naples, Florida
  6. New Orleans, Louisiana
  7. Santé Fe, New Mexico
  8. Savannah, Georgia
  9. Paul, Minnesota
  10. Ashville, North Carolina
  11. Aspen, Colorado
  12. Grand Canyon, Colorado
  13. Manhattan, New York
  14. Seattle, Washington
  15. Cape Cod, Massachusetts
  16. S. Virgin Islands, Caribbean
  17. Key West, Florida
  18. Maui, Hawaii
  19. Moab, Utah
  20. Juneau, Alaska

By: Holly Kravetz

Source: NY Times


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