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Guest Post: Travel Ideas – Top 5 Most Romantic Places to Stay in Europe

When traveling to Europe especially for the first time, you may think that 24 hours in a day is just not enough to tour around and see the best places. Relax and take a step back. Given limited time, see your purpose in your visit and make use of your plan to map the places that you can possibly be on. If you’re looking for romantic places to stay in, read further below to know five of these in Europe.

Amberley Castle, West Sussex, England

Amberley Castle, West Sussex, England

The Amberley Castle in England is a private place for couples to enjoy their time together. This is where loving partners can view stunning sights like medieval architecture and peaceful natural environments overlooking the countryside. Rooms for accommodation are limited to 19 luxurious ones, so it’s always best to reserve early on. The castle features so many amenities like the tranquility spa and whirlpool bathrooms to try, thus couples may choose to never leave the “gates” until their last day in Europe.

Prague, Czech Republic

Prague, Czech Republic

Prague may be one of the most underrated cities in Europe. This is home to Europe’s cultural activities and attractions where romantic couples can tour and take many photographs. The backdrops present drama that’s intense, enough to paint a wonderful experience to capture in an album. This is also a place where many good restaurants in Europe can be found. If you are the type who fancies eating as romantic, here is where you should go. Don’t forget to visit the Prague Castle for a day.

Grace Santorini, Greece

Grace Santorini, Greece

Grace Santorini in Greece may be put as one of the best in the Mediterranean. This is an exclusive boutique hotel that has its very own spa and kitchen, a huge private pool and extensive secluded sunbathing areas. If you are looking for the ultimate luxury hotel in Europe, Grace Santorini remains to be the top choice.

Hôtel de la Cité, Carcassonne, France

Hôtel de la Cité, Carcassonne, France

This hotel in France is very well known as a “honeymoon” hotel as many newlyweds choose to stay here to enjoy their first weeks as a married couple. You may not be kings and queens, but staffs here treat their guests as royalty. Food and wine are served as great indulgence. The interior designs spell nothing but romance and elegance. Everything in Hôtel de la Cité is a beauty. It is the only one hotel that is caged inside the ramparts of the UNESCO World Heritage site. Staying in for at least a night would make a truly memorable experience.

Fenton Tower, North Berwick, Scotland

Fenton Tower, North Berwick, Scotland

If you’re a fan of happily-ever-after as projected by movie productions’ pictures, then Fenton Tower is a great spot to stay in Europe. Exuding a romantic vibe all around, this place once was an area of refuge for King James VI of Scotland on the run from a rebel army. In the modern days, the Fenton Tower allows accommodation of guests but limiting the number to only 12. The tower has walls that are two meters stick, so you can be rest assured that security won’t be a concern in this restored historic tower house.

Conclusion:

Paris, France and Venice, Italy are not the only romantic places in Europe. Although these two are most popular among foreigners, know that you can spend time touring more romantic places in the region of the world. With simple research, it is possible to get through astonishing sights and wander through the best in the city.

Author: Robin Salvador

Robin Vinz Salvador is a part-time travel blogger, part-time digital marketing specialist, and full-time dreamer. He loves the photographic medium for expressing what he loves about life. He always finds himself lost during travel. But he loves unfamiliar territories and finding his way around. Aside from his taste for adventure, he loves two things while traveling - meeting new friends and food.

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  1. These places are incredible! What I love the most about European countries is their palaces and the nature. So pleased seeing and feeling them while out there.

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