THE MOST ROMANTIC PLACES IN THE WORLD EVERY COUPLE IN LOVE SHOULD VISIT
Are you in love?
Exploring the world is a fantastic thing! And traveling with the person you love is the best way to take a break from your everyday life, and rediscover your passion.
Get ready to explore the most romantic destinations (in no particular order!) and spend a wonderful time as a couple! These places will fill your days with love! Romantic
Places in The World-
Bruges, Belgium :
Bruges is a fairy-tale medieval town, and with its lovely squares, it is one of the most romantic cities in old Europe!
1. See Rozenhoedkaai (Quay of the Rosary) :
For centuries this street along the river has been called Zoutdijk. In 1390 it was mentioned that the salt alley in the Eechoutte. So it was perhaps there that a jetty lay where the ships that supplied salt were unloaded.
It’s just such a stunning area of the city and one place you won’t wanna miss. Rozenhoedkaai is centered around where the Groenerei and Dijver canals meet, making it a picture-perfect spot to see with the gothic buildings that surround it. Lots of boat trips start around this area, so it’s a great starting point to see Bruges by the canals.
2. Climb up the Belfry of Bruges :
The Belfry of Bruges is a bell tower and one of the best things to do in Bruges. Also, head inside to climb the tower (and the approximate 350 steps) and enjoy panoramic views of the city. 366 stairs to the top Near the top when you are ready to stop, you’ll find a landing in the drum room which allows you to see the mechanical workings of the bells which control the timing and the music, which is changed every two years.
3.Lake of Love (Minnewater) and Lovers Bridge :
Tucked away at the southern end of Bruges. it is a beautiful area known as “Minnewater“. The centerpiece is the Lake of Love and Lovers Bridge. It’s a great place to be with someone you love! So serene and peaceful. A wonderful place to relax with families or loved ones… The Lake Of Love is the heart of the park. It’s a great place to see the wildlife of Bruges, in particular, the swans which are the city’s emblem. This is also an excellent place for anyone looking to take picturesque photos.
4. Take a Canal boat :
The best way to explore Bruges is to enjoy a canal boat ride down the cities’ inner canals. There are five landing stages around the city, and you can hop on and off at either. All tours run from March to November and last roughly 30 minutes making this a fun activity to squeeze into your itinerary!
5. Gorge at the Market :
Bruges’ main market square is home to medieval festivals, summer fates and craft fairs all year round. Even when there’s nothing on, the market is a great meeting point and it is the beating heart of Bruges.
You can also get a horse-drawn carriage tour of the city from here. It’s definitely a unique perspective and one of the best things to do in Bruges when your feet need a little rest.
Oh, and if you’re hankering for some of the tastiest waffles, pop into At Tattie’s that makes the crispiest and fluffiest ones around.
6. Wander through the Old Town :
Old Town Bruges is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is home to some beautiful buildings that make Bruges so special. Head to the Park Restaurant to dine on local Belgian cuisine or grab a beer at De Garre bar. For some great food, pop into the kitsch, pro-Deo and de Bocarme that have some of the best food in the city.