While a Valentine’s Day bouquet of long-stemmed roses and a box of chocolates can undoubtedly set the stage for romance, nothing is quite as swoon-worthy and memorable as a romantic trip made for two. Paris, Italy, and Greece are some of the popular destinations on Valentine’s Day. Shake things up this year by visiting other locations.
tajawal, the Dubai-based online flight and hotel booking platform, listed some of the romantic destinations that are perfect for the upcoming Valentine’s Day weekend.
The Maldives is known for its crystal-clear waters and tropical climate is an ideal destination for couples looking to spend a relaxing Valentine’s weekend amidst pristine beaches and turquoise lagoons. With minimal chances of rainfall in February, Maldives offer a wealth of activities for all tastes, ranging from snorkelling and scuba-diving to swimming, surfing, and sunbathing.
Oman, known for its adventure and vibrant historic culture is an ideal destination for a quintessential romantic getaway. If you’re looking for a cliff-top or a quiet spot, the beach or the garden, then Muscat is the perfect spot for you and your better half. With cool temperatures in February, Oman offers an authentic Arabian cultural experience.
Honoured in Greek legend as the birthplace of Aphrodite, Cyprus is known for its fascinating history of archaeological sites making it the ideal destination for nature lovers and history buffs alike. Explore the ancient castles, marvel at the beauty of the waterfalls and get the chance to see exciting sea caves no matter what time of the year it is.
Explore the Georgian Capital, Tbilisi to admire the city’s iconic landmarks. Make sure to stroll down Rustaveli Avenue and explore the beautiful architecture of the Opera House and the Rustaveli Theater. Georgia’s climate is quite diverse, with the Caucasus mountains and the Black Sea both playing a part in the differing conditions.
Baku is among the cities popular for romantic trips on Valentine’s Day. With cobblestone streets, narrow winding alleys, boutique houses, and tons of local shops, cafes & restaurants, Azerbaijan lies at the crossroads of Europe, Asia and the Middle East. The culture and food in the cosmopolitan capital, Baku is a real blend of east and west.