Love is in the Air: Top Destinations Around the World Where You Can Have Your Second Honeymoon
The saying, love makes the world go around, is indeed true and it’s nice to feel that you’re always in your honeymoon stage. No matter how tough and stressful daily life can get, as long as you are with your loved ones, everything else will just fall into place. This is why couples should always take the time to de-stress together. By reaffirming your love for one another, you will be able to become better people. Here are some of the best places around the world where you can enjoy that much needed second honeymoon:
Apart from being a beautiful country, South Korea is famous for its N Seoul Tower. Located on Mount Namsan in the central part of Seoul, the tower is said to be able to ensure that visiting couples will never be apart from one another. Lovebirds from all over the world often head to the terrace at the ground level of the tower to purchase a padlock. After which, they would write their names on the padlock and lock it onto a fence located in that area. The key to the padlock will be thrown after vowing to one another that they will always be together.
Aboard the Venice Simplon-Orient Express
For those who enjoy being on the go, the Venice Simplon-Orient Express is a great venue to express your love for one another. After all, train journeys have that inherent romantic vibe to it. Aboard the luxurious Venice Simplon-Orient Express, you will be treated to a cinematic view of the Swiss Alps and Italian Dolomites. But the best part of it all is that you will be able to explore two of the most romantic cities in the world – Paris and Venice. Talk about killing two birds with one stone!
Touted to be one of the most romantic countries in Europe, Italy boasts of the famous gondolas in Venice. Another romantic venue, albeit not as popular as the gondolas, would be the Lake Como located just up north of Milan. Because of the picturesque view, Lake Como is said to have been the inspiration of many an artist, poet and writer. On the banks of the lake sit the Villa D’Este. Enjoy your second honeymoon in this luxurious hotel which is the former residence of aristocrats during the 16th century.
Said to be filled with the spirit of Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of beauty and love, Cyrpus is filled with gorgeous archaeological sites. Immerse in the gorgeous views of these sites and enjoy quality time with your significant other in one of their famous baths.
One of the most visited locations in California, USA would be the Napa Valley. Said to be the heart of the Wine Country, the gorgeous landscape of Napa Valley is a favorite destination for many couples. Explore the world famous wineries and enjoy the delectable fare at any of the restaurants. There are quaint bed and breakfast inns that will relax you and allow you to enjoy time alone with your loved one.
Fondly named as the City of Romance, Paris is filled with romantic spots all over the city. One of the most favorite spots haunted by Parisian lovers would be the Pont Neuf. The city’s oldest bridge, Pont Neuf spans the Seine River on the Ile de Cite. Popular legend states that lover should kiss under the Pont Neuf in order for you both to always be together. With river cruises available, rekindle the romance with your significant other while reaffirming the great love you have for one another.
Known for the great value they place on their past rulers, Hawaiians put a lot of emphasis on mythical and spiritual connection. One of the most beautiful parts of Hawaii would be the Waipi’o Valley. Located on the north eastern shore of the Big Island, enjoy the breathtaking scenes.
Although one does not need to visit a special destination to reaffirm their love, it is also good to visit these romantic spots as they will help you recall the reason why you both came together as a couple. Enjoy the culture and romantic quality of these places and remember the love between you both. Drink the gorgeous views these places have to offer. Enjoy!
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