Alternative Valentine locations.

With Valentine’s Day vastly approaching, many couples may be considering the prospect of a romantic weekend away. The thought of visiting Paris or Rome for some seem a bit cliché, do not fear, as in this blog I will be naming three locations I deem perfect for that all important romantic getaway.

 

Marrakesh;

A major city in Morocco, Marrakesh is a perfect location for a romantic weekend. Souks, spices and bustling squares make for an alternative to the typical city breaks. Spending the days soaking in the wonderful sights and smells before watching the sunset with a well-deserved cocktail.

 Image taken from, impressivemagazine.com

Stockholm;

The capital of Sweden, Stockholm is the cultural and media center of this Scandinavian country. The city is spread out over 14 islands, all connected by bridges. Stockholm also boosts an abundance of activities in these charming and historic city. Museums, cute restaurant’s and an excellent shopping scene, make this cosmopolitan city perfect, for a short get away.

 Imagetaken from, wallpapersshop.net

Kenya;

Not the most practice of locations for Valentine’s Day. However Kenya is a top location if considering a longer trip or a week away. The dynamic and vast landscape of this East African country is beyond beautiful. Imagine spending the day watching the incredible wildlife who call Kenya home, before settling down with a glass of wine while watching the sun set. Whether you’re staying in safari guesthouses, high end hotels or even a tent in the outback, the scenery is sure to blow your breath away.

Image taken from, rhinoafrica.com

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About charlottejohnson888

Travel enthusiast? Take your first step with me, Charlotte, whilst i research and explore new and exciting destinations. As a young backpacker experienced with travelling on a tight budget I am keen to gather first hand tales and discoveries on the year's hottest and must go countries.
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