Take First Class Deals to Europe’s Most Romantic Cities for Valentine’s Day
With IFlyFirstClass’ recently released first class airfare deals to Europe, there’s no excuse to stay home this winter. In fact, this is a perfect time to plan a unique and creative Valentine’s Day trip abroad. While Paris is an old favorite for lovers, IFlyFirstClass’ newest flight deals give you a chance to explore other beautifully romantic cities. Here are a few of the cities we find breathtakingly romantic:
Cobblestone streets, charming canals and gorgeous Medieval architecture set the stage for tranquil strolls throughout the city. You can spend days exploring the gorgeous town’s historic sites, especially the impressive city center Markt. Enjoy cozy meals in historic mansions, float down the canals and ride through the historic streets on Bruges’ ever-present bicycles. Be sure to end your day with an intimate carriage ride through the Markt. Bruges offers plenty of five-star hotels to make your luxury stay complete, from the 15th-century mansion location of Hotel de Tuilerieen to the canal-side Die Swaene.
Few sights are more romantic than the views you’ll have of the Vltava River and Prague Castle from the span of the Charles Bridge. The 14th-century bridge itself is a wonder with 30 baroque statues, three historic towers and plenty of room for romantic strolls.
Intimate dinners on Petrin Hill give you spectacular views of the city, and underground bars offer a unique way to enjoy the local nightlife.
With all the money you’ll save on discounted first class tickets, feel free to indulge in the city’s many five-star hotels, including the stunning Le Palais Art Hotel, Boscolo Prague and Radisson Blu Arcon Hotel Prague.
The village of Camogli on the Ligurian Coast vibrantly celebrates love with its Innamorati di Camogli festivities. Couples can browse through local wares and nibble on regional foods at the Valentine’s street market or write their names on red paper hearts and attach them to the harbor wall. A legendary poetry competition presents 20 of the year’s best entries on the waterfront walls for all to read, and art, window dressing and cocktail recipe competitions all vie to create the most romantic elements. Dining on the big day is a delight, with each of the town’s restaurants offering a special Valentine’s Day menu. Be sure to end your meal with the city’s signature dessert of Camoglies, puff pastries filled with chocolate and rum.
From Madeira and Hamburg to Budapest and Istanbul, there are dozens of other romantic cities throughout Europe. Choosing a unique setting for your own personal celebration of Valentine’s Day is a great way to show your love and commitment. Flying there in the comfort of first class seats enriches the entire experience.