Romantic Settings Around The World

Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching. In honor of one of the most romantic holidays of the year, here are some of the most romantic locations around the world. Enjoy!

Bora Bora

Bora BoraBora Bora is known as one of the most romantic sites in the world. A small, romantic island, it  has resorts that have been welcoming tourists for over 40 years. Many resorts feature bungalows that have been built on stilts which allow you to stay directly over the beautiful, clear blue waters. You can go snorkeling and see the beauty of the animals of the ocean. Go for a walk on the pristine beach. The possibilities are endless.


Pont des ArtsKnown to many people as the City of Love, Paris is one of the primary places for people looking for a romantic destination. One reason to visit is the Pont des Arts. It is a bridge that was built in 1804 and is known worldwide as a place to hold a symbol of love due to the railing that run the length of the bridge. People have come from all over the world to attach a padlock with their initials on it to the railing and throw the key into the river below. Other romantic locales to visit include the famed Lourve museum, the Arc de Triomphe, and the Eiffel Tower.

The Bahamas

BahamasThe Bahamas are  a popular destination for couples looking to getaway for a little while. There are many activities for couples to enjoy here, including exploration of underwater caves, swimming with dolphins, or simply relaxing on the beach. One popular activity in the Bahamas is to visit their beautiful coral reefs and take a scuba dive to see the underwater beauty.


VeniceVenice is a city that has some of the most romantic places to visit anywhere. Take a romantic gondola ride for two through the canals. Visit one of the many stops that is known for being somewhere that the famous lover in the world, Casanova, liked to frequent. Visit the campanile of St. Mark’s. Romance is always right around the corner here.

What are you favorite romantic getaways?


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Abigail Siemers

Abigail is a Public Service Specialist in the Bookmobile department. She loves to read, write, listen to music, crochet, watch DIY television, and eat pretty much anything that involves potatoes or chocolate. Some recent reads that she loved were "The Invisible Library" by Genevieve Cogman and "The Rose and the Dagger" by Renee Ahdieh.