Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Top 10 Most Unusual and Romantic Cities In The World | AIB

Do you want to give something special to your significant other? How do you like the idea to organize a trip to one of the most romantic cities in the world? It isn’t necessary to wait for Valentine’s Day to give yourself to the will of overwhelming feelings and make a pleasant surprise.

Although any destination can become romantic, if you have a loved one next to you, some cities have a special aura. Have a look at our list of 10 the most romantic and strange cities in the world.

1. Paris, France

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Of course, the first city on our list is Paris, known throughout the world as a “city of love.” The French capital has received the glory of the city of romance because there is the earthly heaven for people in love.

2. Venice, Italy

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Venice is a city of canals, beautiful bridges, and gondoliers. Here you can walk through paved streets and charming bridges in the atmosphere of love and happiness with one of the beauties from What could be more beautiful? Also, we recommend lovers to go for a ride on a gondola and enjoy the sunset. And leave at least one evening for dinner in one of the city’s great restaurants, overlooking the canals. Perhaps you will meet street musicians who brighten the evening with pleasant music.

3. Prague, Czech Republic

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Prague is a city that surprises with its stunning architecture, beautiful bridges, and ancient narrow streets. At night, be sure to visit the Petřín Tower. This “miniature” 63-meter tower is similar to the Eiffel. Petřínská rozhledna tower has a nice outlook at the night city. To finally fall in love with Prague, take a carriage and go for a walk through its historical center.

4. Florence, Italy

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Let’s return to Italy to talk about another romantic city. We mean Florence. There you can enjoy long walks to places with a rich history. Also, in Italy, there are many other romantic cities, for example, Rome or Verona, where the house of Juliet is located.

5. New York, USA

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Although New York seems to be the most prosaic city on the planet, in fact, it can become the most romantic place for people in love. In addition to dining in trendy restaurants and contemplating giant skyscrapers, you can take a ferry trip to visit the Statue of Liberty, drive along the Brooklyn Bridge or get lost in Central Park.

6. Chefchaouen is a Blue City in Morocco

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Chefchaouen is one of the most beautiful cities in the northeast of Morocco. A tourist in this city will have at his disposal an excellent affordable accommodation and will be able to admire the streets and buildings, painted in a magnificent blue shade. It makes Chefchaouen one of the most strange cities around the world.

7. Bruges, Belgium

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We also want to tell you about the Belgian city of Bruges. This place is incredibly beautiful as if descended from the pages of a fairy tale. If you can go to this city with your loved one, visit Lake of Love (Minnewater), a beautiful lake full of white swans. Also, make a romantic trip in a carriage in the historic center of Bruges.

8. Dubai, UAE

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Dubai is a modern city of skyscrapers, luxury hotels and all kinds of entertainment. Sunny, hot days in the desert, snow-white sandy beaches and speckless sea – are paradise for lovers and newlyweds. Night illumination of a dynamic city and daily show of fountains in Dubai, listed in the Guinness Book of World Records, leave an unforgettable impression.

9. Barcelona, Spain

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Barcelona is a city of contrasts and romantic charm. It is a beautiful modern city, which bewitches and sinks into the heart. Picturesque parks, unique architecture, the ancient Gothic Quarter, La Rambla pedestrian street and numerous squares of the Catalan capital are ideal places for romantic sorts.

10. Coober Pedy, Australia

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It’s one of the most unusual cities in the world. Coober Pedy is located in the Australian outback about 850 km north of Adelaide. The city’s strange name comes from the term Kupa-Piti, which in the language of the local aborigines means “the hole of a white man.”

The temperature in the desert can rise to 51 degrees Celsius. In connection with such a difficult climate, people prefer to live in caves-dugouts. Some “residences” are similar to mansions, covering an area up to 450 square meters. There are churches, shops, galleries and even a 4-star hotel – Desert Cave Hotel.

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