Are you and your significant other planning to go on a trip soon? If you’re thinking of traveling out of the country, then here are a few things you should try for a more romantic and blissful travel experience.

Have dinner up in the Eiffel Tower.

Ah, the city of light (and love, of course)! What better way to enjoy a meal with your partner than on top of one of the tallest towers in the world, the Eiffel Tower? Check out the 58 Tour Eiffel restaurant that gives you a great view of Paris from above. And if you’re up for it, you could include a cruise along the Seine River, too.

Stay in a castle for a few nights.
Instead of the usual hotel booking, you can try living in a castle even for just a few nights. There are a lot of castles that have been transformed into hotels like Hôtel de la Cité, Carcassonne in France; Swinton Park, Masham in England; Castel Porrona, Tuscany in Italy, and Burg Wernberg in Germany.

Attend a cooking class together.

It may be challenging but it would definitely be fun and worth it. Check out the different cooking classes available in the country you’re visiting. Immerse yourself in the food, the people, and the culture. It’s a one-of-a kind experience not only for you, but for your partner as well.

Go to a masked ball.
Spend the night out with grandeur and elegance and attend amazing galas. Dress in elaborate clothing and dance the night away with your special someone. Don’t worry about the garments since you can borrow clothes here.

Ride a gondola and be serenaded.

Sweet, romantic, and calming–that’s how you and your man will feel once you make your way through the canals of Italy or Macau. Steal kisses as your ride goes under the bridge, sing a song to each other, or hum along with the gondolier.

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