August 5, 2020

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Romantic Travel Guide for February 14th

St. Valentine’s Day is a wonderful chance to spend some spare time with our beloved. When did you set off on a journey together with your better half the last time?
 
We gathered Top-5 romantic journey destinations for you.
 
Chose any and book the tickets right now!
 
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Romantic Travel Guide for February 14th

 
Prague: This city is an ideal place if you want to take a long walk together. Don’t forget to capture narrow streets full of romantic atmosphere, as well as buildings at the Old Town and the famous Charles Bridge.
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Italy: A homeland of Romeo and Juliet, whose romantic story became a symbol of innocent and eternal love. Want to see the balcony where Juliet stood when Romeo pledged his love to her? Go to Verona!
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Paris: A capital of Love. Obviously, we couldn’t but mention the main sight of the city and the country, the Eiffel Tower. Yet, in Paris you may take a picture even with a lamp post and it will still look very romantic!
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Budapest: One of the most beautiful cities in Europe, Budapest is extremely underappreciated by many travelers. We strictly recommend visiting the Hungarian capital! And certainly it is not possible to walk past the city and not notice the most recognizable city symbol, the Chain Bridge. Be sure, at all seasons your partner and you will be accompanied by the overwhelming views on the shot.
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Belize, Half Moon Caye: This choice may seem too exotic for some of you. But trust us, if there is a heaven on earth, here where it is. This is almost a desert island! A day spent in the Half Moon Caye will bring even the most experienced couples back to the times of their sweet honeymoon.
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