The USA is well-known for romantic destinations. The reason is that they teem with gorgeous beaches, islands, coves, cays, adventures, and various types of cuisines. The top ten romantic destinations include the following:
With its racetrack and mineral baths, Saratoga Springs, New York makes for an exciting and relaxing time. But if your idea of getting away together involves more open space and fewer people, consider Saratoga, Wyoming. Saratoga, pop. 1,605, also has natural hot springs, but theirs are open 24/7. And they're free. After a relaxing soak, catch a sunset from your cabin while glamping at The Lodge & Spa at Brush Creek Ranch. For years this 30,000-acre ranch refuge has been the top-ranked resort, according to Conde Nast Traveler.
One of the film's greatest love stories — power couple Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez are fans — takes place in this idyllic region just 100 miles north of New York City. While the resort that inspired "Dirty Dancing" (and where Elizabeth Taylor got married) is now closed, this is the perfect place to hole up in a historic inn. The renovated and well-appointed inn, The Arnold House, originally built in 1851, includes rooms in the town's former library and post office. It even has a vintage two-lane bowling alley.
The Florida Keys may be the southernmost point of the continental U.S. but they're also one of the most romantic. Nearly 20% of visitors participate in a wedding or vow renewal while visiting this remote archipelago comprised of more than 1,000 islands. With so much demand, prices aren't outrageous either. Conch Concierge's "Key West Barefoot" wedding package on the beach is only $195 and includes officiant and photos.
Even if you've never been to Virginia, you know its slogan. In 2019, the tourism board is celebrating 50 years of "Virginia is for Lovers" which was even inducted into the Madison Avenue Advertising Hall of Fame. Starting in June, take advantage of 50 consecutive days of promotions and special events statewide. Visiting the historic, riverfront city of Alexandria is a must. Book a room in an oceanfront resort in Virginia Beach, the third-largest beach in the U.S. Or, stay in a quaint inn in the heart of Virginia's wine country.
The City of Brotherly Love celebrates all kinds of love. With its iconic LOVE statues and even an AMOR statue, throughout the city, Philadelphia has plenty of unforgettable places to pop the question. Or at the very least, they make for great photo opps. It's also home to LOVE Park which hosts a charming, German-themed Christmas village during the holidays. Another reason Philadelphia is so great for romance? It's the country's 5th most walkable city, according to Walkscore.com, so there are plenty of opportunities to stroll hand in hand.
When you're long overdue for a couples massage, head here. This enchanting Sonoran Desert oasis has more destination spas per capita than any other American city. With nearly 70 resort and day spas, wellness is available at most price points. For example, at Scottsdale's No. 1 spa, according to TripAdvisor reviews, a classic one-hour couples massage costs less than $100 per person. Of course, Scottsdale is also a great base for experiencing nature together. Take a day trip to Grand Canyon National Park or make a wish on a shooting star while stargazing on an after-hours desert tour.
More than 100 years ago, Niagara Falls claimed to be the "honeymoon capital of the world." Today, that designation probably belongs to a place like Maui. It is to couples what Oahu is to families. In fact, in its list of the best honeymoon destinations in the world, The Knot calls Hawaii's second-largest island a "no-brainer" when it comes to romantic vacations. Not only is the tropical weather welcoming, but Maui offers some of the world's most epic, yet accessible, date ideas.
This former frontier town, famous for its historic stockyards, is where you'll find Lockheart Gables, a B&B with heart-shaped jacuzzis in every suite. Now, one of the fastest-growing cities in the country, Fort Worth is perfect for the couple who likes to feel young. For starters, there are Six Flags Over Texas, the first Six Flags and the inspiration behind today's theme park chain. Then there's the Fort Worth Zoo.
Grand Junction is to Colorado what Napa is to California. This underrated region where two impressive rivers collide (the Colorado River and the Gunnison River) is home to more than 20 wineries and vineyards. The scenery is also unrivaled. Grand Junction is bordered by the Colorado National Monument — a national park with more than 20,000 acres of canyons and rock formations — and Grand Mesa — the largest flat-top mountain in the world. In the winter, you can snowshoe and even downhill ski on Grand Mesa. If you're lucky, your visit will coincide with the Colorado Lavender Festival or Palisade Peach Festival.
Greenville is the more pastoral, less posh version of Charleston. It has southern charm, but it also has the Blue Ridge Mountains. With Falls Park on the Reedy, Downtown Greenville also boasts its own outdoor oasis. Falls Park consists of 32 acres of river, waterfalls, gardens and public art. Pack a picnic or grab a bite at nearby Passerelle Bistro, one of only two U.S. restaurants included on CNN's list of most romantic restaurants in the world. In the summer, the park hosts Moonlight Movies at dusk. On Main Street, you can enjoy free salsa dancing and free concerts every Thursday and Friday.
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