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5 Romantic Italian Destinations to bring your partner to

When you think of a romantic getaway to Italy, the first destination that comes to mind is Venice. Indeed, Venice is a city full of charm, but there are plenty of other romantic cities in Italy that are worth visiting. Find below a non-exhaustive selection of 5 places (including Venice!) that will seduce lovers in search of escape. Impress your partner by planning a romantic getaway to one or more of these wonderful destinations!

1. FLORENCE

Located in the heart of the hills of Tuscany, Florence is full of charm, enhanced by the perfect harmony between the Tuscan art of living and the architectural wealth of the city. Ideal destination for a romantic stay, you will be able to enjoy a gentle program: stroll hand in hand through the alleys of the city center, immortalize the moment with a photo on the Ponte Vecchio, enjoy a glass of Chianti Classico and dinner in front of the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore, end the day by contemplating the sunset on the banks of the Arno.

Ponte Vecchio at sunset time, Florence / Ponte Vecchio au coucher du soleil, Florence
Ponte Vecchio at sunset time, Florence / Ponte Vecchio au coucher du soleil, Florence

2. VENICE

The international reputation of Venice as a romantic city is well established. Capital of love, the city is full of attractions and activities that you will enjoy discovering and doing with your significant other. To take full advantage of this beautiful city, we thought of 5 experiences for couples to do during a romantic getaway. By observing the beauty of the buildings and narrow streets, you will understand why Venice has always been one of the most beloved cities in the world with many experiences to discover.

St. Mark square, Venice / Place Saint-Marc, Venise
St. Mark square, Venice / Place Saint-Marc, Venise

3. CAPRI

Capri is one of the most beautiful islands in Europe and one of the most romantic destinations in the world. Nicknamed “Island of Love” and located just an hour off the coast of Naples in southern Italy, a trip to Capri is a must on a couple’s getaway. Known for its luxury hotels, charming landscapes and breathtaking views, its main symbol is the Faraglioni, the naturalistic jewel of the island that makes Capri one of the most romantic places in Italy. Indeed, legend says that couples that kiss while passing under the rock will always be together.

Faraglioni, Capri, Campania, Italy /Faraglioni, Capri, Campanie, Italie
Faraglioni, Capri, Campania, Italy /Faraglioni, Capri, Campanie, Italie

4. ROME

Rome is an ideal destination for a romantic and cultural weekend. Indeed, the cobbled streets of the Italian capital offer romantic walks through the city that connect a large number of historical monuments and pretty squares. Among the most romantic experiences and places in the city, we advise you to climb the stairs of the Spanish Steps to admire the incredible panorama of the city; immortalize your moment in front of the Trevi Fountain, symbol of lovers in Rome; stroll in the magnificent gardens of Villa Borghese; enjoy a romantic dinner in a typical Rome trattoria or take a romantic Italian cooking class. Finally, we recommend that you take in the atmosphere of Rome at dusk when the city’s monuments, such as the Colosseum, light up and cross the Ponte Sisto at sunset.

Trevi fountain in Rome / Fontaine de Trevi à Rome
Trevi fountain in Rome / Fontaine de Trevi à Rome

5. POSITANO

With the beautiful colorful houses, the charming and narrow streets, the crystal-clear waters of the Mediterranean that the city overlooks as well as the delicious culinary specialties offered in incredible restaurants, Positano is an ideal destination to bring your partner to. With the magnificent colorful houses, the charming and narrow streets, the crystal-clear waters of the Mediterranean that the city overlooks as well as the excellent culinary specialties offered in incredible restaurants, Positano is an ideal destination and an ideal place to take your partner. We suggest booking before summer starts, between April and May, to fully experience this fascinating town, from the colorful church of Santa Maria Assunta, Positano’s most famous site, to the hidden treasures of the cobbled lanes leading to the port area.

Positano, Italy / Positano, Italie
Positano, Italy / Positano, Italie

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