Published On: Wed, Oct 3rd, 2018

Come to San Miguel with your partner and take that relationship to the next level

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Solo travel is a fantastic experience, but there are some places that are just better to visit with a person who you really care about because of their sheer beauty and the typically romantic activities that are on offer — and who doesn’t feel close to someone when they are having candlelit dinners or moonlight massages?

It helps to know which cities are celebrated for being charming and romantic if an individual wants to make the first time they say, “I love you,” or get down on one knee, a particularly memorable event. Destinations like Bora Bora and St. Barths are the must-visit spots for relaxed beach holidays, where visitors can kiss on the white sandy shores and swim in the turquoise waters without a care in the world. But city breaks also have an allure, especially historic locations like Paris and Bruges, which offer the opportunity to marvel at the beauty of manmade structures.

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There are many destinations that are celebrated for the romance factor and are continually finding their way onto lists for those looking to set the right mood, and below are 20 cities (or islands) that allow couples to get closer, without the distraction of everyday life.

One of these special places is obviously the city of San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato. The appeal of this city is that it’s filled with color, interesting baroque architecture — arguably the centerpiece of the city is the neo-Gothic 17th-century church, Parroquia de San Miguel Arcangel —  and many great resorts that are perfect “hideaways”.

But it’s also a city where love can start flowing because it’s one of the most romantic places in the world. Lovers can stroll the streets, enjoy good local food, and take part in wine tastings or art workshops.

SMT Newsroom with information from https://www.thetravel.com/



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