Sam and Ryan of Our Travel Passport are world travelers who always have their camera in hand. They love experiencing new places and love finding the most beautiful beaches around the world. Make sure to follow along on Instagram or head over to their website for travel guides, video and photo tips!
Since they’ve been traveling around the world, we wanted to ask them their thoughts on the most romantic cities to spend Valentine’s Day in Europe. Here’s what they had to say:
With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, just about everyone is thinking of a romantic getaway, and we can’t think of a more romantic place to celebrate your love than in Europe! From the incredible museums to the picture-perfect sunsets, these five cities have everything you need to fall in love all over again. So grab your significant other, some chocolate and roses, obviously, and run away to these incredibly romantic European cities!
5.) London, England
From high tea to the royal family, everything about London feels like a dream come true! If it weren’t so romantic, there wouldn’t be so many romantic comedies based there! Book an afternoon tea for two in the Gallery Room at Sketch, because nothing says Valentine’s Day quite like a pink room. Ride the London Eye and go to the top of the Shard for the best views of the city, and then end the day strolling through Notting Hill and Kensington Gardens. Just about everything in London makes you feel like royalty, so fake your best British accent and pretend like you’re the king and queen while you’re there, because why not? London is high on our list of the most romantic cities to celebrate Valentine’s Day in Europe.