Paris is the city of love, or so it is said. Travel and Leisure magazine readers rated it Number 1 for romance, citing the grand architecture, the beautiful Parisians, the language and the food as oh so sexy. A trip on the River Seine by candlelight is a must for true romantics.
Venice is picturesque and busy! To find romance, seek out little unknown neighbourhoods and restaurants away from St Marks Square or even better eat like a local at a bacaro and go out of high season.
Florence, with its red roof buildings and amazing art often leaves visitors love struck in its beauty. The city which inspired Michelangelo, is also loved for the Tuscan cuisine. A truly romantic story book city.
San Francisco scores high for amazing seafood and has a wealth of interesting neighbourhoods, think of the loved up photos you could get with the Golden Gate Bridge in the background, or take a ferry to pretty Sausalito. Only a short drive away is the Napa Valley, so climb aboard the Napa wine train for a romantic meal on a historic coach through rolling vineyards.
If you want to whisk her away this Valentines Day, why not book an executive lounge for a luxury start to the holiday.
Tell me, where are the romantic locations you love so much? Have you ever been given a romantic weekend away?
* I was gifted executive lounge passes to write this post, all words and opinions are my own