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Most romantic places in the world

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Most romantic places
You want to soak your hands and feet in the clear water or you want to spend some quiet time sitting on the shore of the desert. Or looking for an environment that will be surrounded by thousands of trees. In the midst of which you will be lost. If you want a place like this, you have to go to Paris or Istanbul. There are about 15 interesting places in the world where you will never want to come back.

Let's take a look at some of the most romantic places in the world

Maldives: This small country in South Asia is very popular for its tourism industry. Thousands of tourists come here every year from all over the world. There is nothing in the country to attract tourists. Out of 100 resorts in the country, you can choose any resort. Where you can spend time.

Quebec City, Canada: Quebec City is a historic site in Canada. There are different types of restaurants. Where you can find all kinds of food in the world. The town was opened to the public in 1793.

Tuscany, Italy: This Tuscany is surrounded by mountains. Here are all the luxury hotels. The world-famous wine is served from here.

Hawaii: Not much to say about Hawaii. Because this place is more known to tourists. The place is world-famous for honeymoon.

Charleston, South Carolina: Historically this place is very famous. There are also great roads. Opportunity to have dinner sitting by the clear water.

Botswana: This region of South Africa is very famous for its wildlife. There is also a golden opportunity to watch the sunset here. There is an opportunity to set up camp in this desert forest.

Paris, France: If anyone wants to know which is the most romantic city in the world. The name of Paris, the capital of France, can be heard. Because here are all the pillars of memory. Major roads and the Eiffel Tower.

Istanbul, Turkey: The strategic and beautiful installations of modern Istanbul have been enticing people for centuries. The installations were so impressive that Emperor Constantine the Great moved the Roman Empire's capital here in 330 AD.

Hoi An, Vietnam: The central Vietnamese coastal town of Hoi An, a former trading port, has an undeniably quaint and romantic feel.

The old town is a warren of ancient temples, houses, and stores built around a number of canals. Gently humped pedestrian bridges let you wander hand in hand, with hundreds of multicolored lanterns above you swaying in the coastal breezes.

Paper lanterns of another kind can also be lit and sent soaring skyward, along with a special message written with your valentine.

After strolling, enjoy some of the town's rightly famous foods, notably the banh mi baguette sandwiches that counted Anthony Bourdain as one of their biggest fans. His photo features prominently in a number of the spots he frequented.

Bora Bora, French Polynesia: A destination renowned for its sense of escape and privacy is the Pacific Ocean idyll of Bora Bora in French Polynesia, an hour's flight north of Tahiti.

Known as the "Jewel of the South Seas," its seclusion gives the feel of a private oasis, especially in one of the overwater bungalows that have become a popular feature of the seriously swish resorts. Some even offer room service that is delivered by an outrigger canoe.

Whether you choose to kick back in the spa, shop in local villages, or even skydive for the more adventurous, it's clear that the pace of life is the definition of relaxed. The only challenge? Choosing which turquoise lagoon to hit next.

Venice, Italy: While it's true that visitor numbers might make it unlikely you'll get much personal time with your sweetie along Venice's canals, some lodging options can guarantee your own private slice of la dolce vita.

Belmond Hotel Cipriani sits on Giudecca Island, just a five-minute ride in an elegant private wooden launch from St. Mark's Square, but it's a destination that takes you light years away from the crowds.

Timeless elegance and charm abound in an atmosphere of vintage glamor, beloved by fans including George and Amal Clooney.

Sip on a Bellini -- invented there -- as you take in 270-degree views over the water toward the Doge's Palace and Venice's iconic silhouette. Michelin-starred cuisine and a world-class spa complete the sophisticated and ultra-exclusive picture of romance.

Buenos Aires, Argentina: Another iconic destination for star-crossed lovers comes in the Argentine capital of Buenos Aires, where a mix of tango, rose gardens, and riverfront dining make for an alluring destination with few rivals.

The city's most famous architecture dates from the elegant late 19th and early 20th century Belle Époque, and parks are another big draw. But for romance, nowhere can top Paseo El Rosedal. As its name suggests, it's a garden with 93 varieties of roses, walkways, and benches for you and your beloved to sit a while or maybe enjoy a picnic.

The Puerto Madero neighborhood is a good choice for dinner thanks to its Río de la Plata waterfront restaurants, before late nights featuring live music and a tango show -- or maybe a dance of your own at one of the countless tango gatherings, known as milongas.

Kyoto, Japan: The elegant former Japanese capital of Kyoto is a hugely popular choice for amorous visitors thanks to its beguiling mix of sites, history, culture, cuisine, and always-courteous approach to guests.

A number of small streams flow through the old town, making for perfect photo opportunities, especially in cherry blossom season.

On the outskirts of the city lies the remarkable and otherworldly Arashiyama towering bamboo forest. The popular stop is just a short hop from Hoshinoya Kyoto, a luxurious resort on a quiet riverbank that can only be reached in the property's elegant wooden launch. Romantic destinations won't ever get much more serene.
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