Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Top 3 romantic destinations

Venice, Italy - This beautiful city, built on a series of islands in the middle of a large lagoon, is a classic destination for lovers. Famous for its network of canals which are the main arteries of the city, and his distinctive and often dilapidated buildings, Venice is a city full of surprises, where you could walk quietly for hours, hopelessly lost, only to find himself where he parties. My advice would be to know all the hopes, where they simply give up andlost in the twisting alleys and admire the treasures of architecture, shopping and eating, the Venice holds. A slight word of warning - Venice is a city for party animals, walk the streets after 21:00 and will be strongly pressed to find something to do. To get up early, so that most of the day and then retire, a hotel room for the evening!

Alghero, Sardinia - This beautiful little walled city in north-eastern coast of Sardinia, was until recently one ofMediterranean's best kept secrets, but must build a huge tourist industry in recent years, thanks largely to the introduction of Ryanair flights into its small airport. The old town is beautiful and reminiscent of the perfect relaxed Italian spirit to want to leave even if the newly developed areas of the city, a bit 'in appearance. However, we found that it was entirely possible to walk for four days, the old town, sitting to eat and drinkSnacks around in one of the many places around to eat fish and drink wine. 'Cave de Neptune' or Neptune's Grotto, a short boat trip away, is worth a visit for its impressive display of stalactites and stalagmites. Alghero is the opposite of Venice, in the bars of the old town square is the seemingly endless open at night so it might be ideal for those who want to avoid a bit 'more enthusiasm. Go to the top of theCrowds, Alghero is surely only continue to grow in popularity with the spread of the word /

Channel Islands, United Kingdom - golden sand, clear water and a climate that rivals the summer in southern France and is everything to our front door (most of the time)! A flight of 40 minutes from Stansted Airport and Gatwick or two hours by ferry from Weymouth to Guernsey or Jersey will get the two main islands, and from there you can every hour ferry to Herm or Sark or take a local flight to Alderney. L 'breathtaking natural beauty of these islands have compared the pace of local life, to increase the number of visitors 30 years in the past he added. The Channel Islands offer a real variety of experiences for fans of all ages, with Jersey and Guersey offer surfing, dolphin watching tours, shopping, nightlife, while the smaller islands of relaxation centers, Sark stately gardens and breathtaking rich and Herm, the smallest of the islands to be open to the publiconly a mile and a half a mile (about the size of Hyde Park) and surrounded on three sides by sand. The diversity and relaxed attitude of islands make this an ideal destination for lovers young and old, and are also available for those traveling with children who rely on the fact that children enjoy the happy moment with the ideal, so that parents are free to enjoy some 'time romantic.

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