A table for two overlooking the sun-drenched cliffs of Santorini, Greece; a leisurely stroll under Paris’ illuminated Eifel Tower; watching the sun sink in hues of pink, red, orange, gold, and indigo behind the soaring cliffs of the Grand Canyon…
These moments are steeped in so much romance that it’s difficult not to feel the flutter of new love or rekindle an old, almost forgotten love. That’s why, in the name of love and all it holds dear, we scoured the earth to find the top 10 most romantic places:
Ooo la la, the city of the city of lights, charming cafes, wine, art, and of course, love awaits couples in gay Paris. Even a whisper calls to mind magical evenings spent lingering with a glass of wine, or two, at an outdoor bistro. Or a nighttime boat cruise with the perfect view of the grand Eifel Tower. Wherever the streets of Paris take you, it will certainly be an unforgettable experience for you and your lover.
If you’re looking for the most spectacular sunset on earth, a perch atop the unique, cliff-top village on the island of Santorini will take your sweetie’s breath away. This is where you can grab a delectable seafood feast at one of the many outdoor white and blue restaurants—while you watch the bright rays of the sun reflect and then disappear into the azure waters of the Aegean.
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