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Most Romantic European Cities
in the modern age, and with the rise of the internet, the world can seem like a smaller place and it can seem harder to find some alone time with your loved one. The good news is that Europe is still the home to some of the most romantic cities in the world. So, whether you're booking a romantic getaway with your significant other or a honeymoon with the love of your life, these cities should be at the top of your list. Just remember to visit https://www.ehic.co.uk/ and apply for your European Health Insurance Card before you and your significant other depart.


You can't talk about romance in Europe without mentioning Paris, which is iconic throughout the world as the city of love. You can enjoy an afternoon picnic in the Champ de Mars, or satisfy your sweet tooth with a trip to Laduree, the go to place in Paris for macarons and many treats from around the world. With the warm streetlights over the cobblestone streets, candlelit meals of world class cuisine and sipping champagne under the cover of the Eiffel Tower. Paris is quaint, charming and has something to cater for the romantic inside all of us.


Italian culture is the epitome of romance with their pasta, red wine and, of course, the gondolas of Venice. There is a long held tradition of couples kissing as they pass under each and every bridge of their gondola ride. Following a leisurely stroll along the Piazza San Marco, you'll be in the city centre which is the Basilica di San Marco and other classic architecture. The Grand Canal is the main waterway that runs through the entire city, and you can see the entire area from this spot, this electric city buzzing with life.


The historic Buda Castle has been attracting visitors to the Hungarian capital for a number of years and their first ever bridge has now become a monument in its own right. It is now possible to walk on top of the tunnel, on the Buda side of the city, where the most incredible views of the Danube are waiting for you and your loved one to breathe in. throughout most of its history, Budapest has been a hugely underrated city, but it is gradually attracting wider mainstream attention, and for that reason you should come to Budapest soon, before it becomes overrun with tourism.


Nothing says romance like historically rich castles and cobblestone streets, and Prague has them in abundance. Capital of the Czech Republic, Prague represents the rustic feel of Eastern Europe and even dates back further than the 13 th century. The Old Town provides the ideal retreat for you and your loved one when you next decided to have some romantic time to yourself.
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