Love is in the air. Valentine day is knocking at your doorstep. The whole world is super busy in the preparation of this big day. As we know that valentine day is no more limited to the chocolate and roses. Travelling to the exotic destination is the new trend to celebrate Valentine day. In this article, we will take you some less popular yet beautiful destinations for valentine day celebration while many couples flock to Paris to celebrate their love in the city of, well, the love we’ve come up with a few alternatives to try below.
Often overlooked, Estonia is bordered by Latvia, Russia, the Baltic Sea and the Gulf of Finland – meaning it is steeped in history. The capital Tallinn is known for its preserved Old Town and museums - and has a distinctly romantic vibe. If you have time to take a day trip from the capital, the country - which was once part of the Soviet Union - is dotted with castles, churches and hilltop fortresses. You will also find a number of lakes, forests and rocky beaches among the diverse terrain.
Finland’s Lapland to see the Northern lights
Lapland is Finland’s northernmost region and is bordered by Sweden, Norway, Russia and the Baltic Sea. It is known for its vast, subarctic wilderness and is home to a number of ski resorts and natural phenomena like the midnight sun and the northern lights. Why not stay in a glass-topped igloo for the ideal setting to watch the aurora borealis.
West coast of Ireland
Our friendly neighbor across the Irish Sea is the perfect place to take your other half if you’re looking for lush landscapes and romantic scenery. Particularly the west coast of Ireland where you will find the charming towns of Galway and Limerick – and the must-see Cliffs of Moher.
Retreats are popping up all over the Scottish Highlands and Valentine’s Day is the perfect time visit to one of them. Whether they be a spa, wellness or luxury retreat, a bit of fresh Scottish air and scenery will do you a world of goo
Annecy, the ‘French Venice’
Walking through Annecy is like taking a stroll through Venice, although much less crowded and with a gorgeous lake and towering Alps as the backdrop. Known for its Vielle Ville (old town), cobbled streets and winding canals, this is the perfect romantic alternative to Paris.