Traveling is one of the best things to do to keep the romance alive. This is a great opportunity to meet a new partner or have a good time with your loved one, away from the stress of everyday life. Whether you are planning an escape for Valentine’s Day, your anniversary, or for a long weekend, there are many places suitable for couples that are perfect for your romantic getaway. For ideas, read this list of these truck stops and best vacation spots for couples in the United States.
1. Santa Fe, New Mexico
With a distinctive architectural style with low-lying, earth-colored brick buildings located nowhere else in the country, the capital of New Mexico is idyllic in all seasons. Santa Fe comes alive with lilacs and fortifications in the spring, lanterns decorate the roofs as the smell of burning peony wood fills the air in winter. The warmer months bring outdoor dining to first-class restaurants offering authentic Southwest fare, as well as outdoor festivals and markets selling folk art.
Stroll through the center of Plaza Plaza and the side streets, stopping at the Loretto Chapel to admire the mysterious spiral staircase. Choose from the art galleries of Canyon Road, including the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, with the largest collection of its southwestern landscapes. A short drive from the city center, you can connect with your inner child at the Meow Wolf Artificial Exhibition.
2. New York
The city that never sleeps has a lot to offer. Enjoy your heart on a boat on Lake Central Park, surrounded by stunning views of the Manhattan skyline, grab a Broadway show, enjoy delicious food at a gourmet restaurant and end the evening with your hands under the stars of Hayden Planetarium at the American Museum of Natural History.
In winter, there is no better place than New York for the holidays and the decorative fronts of the shops. Ice skating at Wallman in East Central Park to the sounds of holiday songs and then sharing the frozen hot chocolate at Serendipity 3 just a few blocks away.
3. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
America’s first national park is a 2, 2 million-acre wasteland, rich in wildlife and natural wonders, from the inspiring impressive geysers of Old Faithful and Steamship to the Grand Canyon Falls in Yellowstone. Spend a few nights at Lake Yellowstone Hotel & Cabins, the oldest hotel in the national park, overlooking the largest lake, or at the world’s largest wooden house at the Old Faithful Inn, to take full advantage of all of Yellowstone. can offer.
Take a safari through the American Serengeti in the Lamar Valley for large herds of bison and sightings of moose, vortices, and gray wolves. Make the nearby border town of Cody, Wyoming, a stop for a truly Wild West experience, with night rodeos and obscene cabins, Butch Cassidy and Sundance Kid, and stay at the iconic Irma Buffalo Bill’s Hotel, built by the city’s founder, the legendary Buffalo Bill Cody.
4. Scottsdale, Arizona
Scottsdale is the best desert elegance, with amazing luxury resorts, spas, and golf courses in a wonderful setting. Stroll along Main Street, visit one of the museums, and take advantage of dozens of restaurants. Wake up early for a memorable hot air balloon trip over the Superstition Mountains and enjoy a champagne toast and a picnic on earth, a classy tradition dating back to 18th-century France.
If you have an appetite for adventure, take your dirty boots while making the difficult consent of Camelback Mountain. You will be rewarded with a magnificent view of the valley, boasting and, most importantly, an unforgettable experience with your lover.
5. Savannah, Georgia
As the oldest city in the province of Peach, Savannah is charming, with oak trees decorated with cascading Spanish moss, majestic mansions, and historic squares. With warm weather all year round and thriving cultural and culinary scenes, Savannah makes the perfect southern getaway.
Enjoy impressive gardens and the magnificent fountain of Forsyth Park. Stroll through the tree-lined streets to River River overlooking the Savannah River, where you can shop for souvenirs and enjoy authentic southern cuisine at the riverside restaurants. Find out which houses in the historic district are inhabited by a ghost tour. Go to Bluff Drive on Hope Island to see the lobby houses and old-fashioned villas opposite the Intracoastal Waterway.
6. Molokai, Hawaii
Molokai is unlike any other Hawaiian island: the pace is slower, the buildings are shorter than coconut trees and there are no mega-resorts or luau parties. Known as “Friendly Island”, it is ideal for experiencing authentic Hawaii.
Combine the culture with the adventures of trekking through the Halawa Valley to one of its cascading waterfalls, led by one of the descendants of the original inhabitants of this lush paradise. Stay at the Molokai Hotel, located on a peaceful palm-fringed beach. Share a giant, hot sweet bread with cinnamon, butter, or strawberry cream. Burn those calories by canoeing in the calm waters abounding in sea turtles. Show your love to your partner by taking your own plumerias on the Molokai Plumeria farm and stretching them together for lei.
7. Hocking Hills, Ohio
Marked by towering cliffs, waterfalls, rocky caves and lush forests, the Hawking Hills area of Ohio is one of the most beautiful destinations in the Midwest. Located 50 minutes outside Columbus, it seems a world away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Even during the busiest seasons, you won’t see crowds in the natural landmarks of Ash Cave and Old Man Falls in Hawking Hills State Park.
Spend the adrenaline on the Hocking Hills Canopy Tours as you drive over the Hocking River and green forests, and experience complemented by the brilliant colors of autumn. If your idea of romance involves heart-racing action, trust the guides of High Rock Adventures to go down the cliffs. Spend a few nights in the luxurious yurt at the Inn & Spa in Cedar Falls, which is comfortably furnished and has a fireplace.
8. Snowmass, Colorado
While thousands gather in the trendy ski resorts of Aspen, the neighboring small resort town of Snowmass, Colorado remains deserted and unpretentious.
Located eight miles from downtown Aspen, this winter playground and summer mountain destination enjoy 300 sunny days a year. It has the second largest vertical drop in the United States, more than 3,000 acres of mountainous terrain, and many opportunities to enjoy its natural beauty on lunar hikes or fly fishing and rafting trips. If you visit in the summer, do not miss the Snowmass balloon festival, one of the highest events of its kind in the country.
9. Big Sur, California
The rugged mountainous area of California’s central coastline has scenic views and homes ideal for a romantic seaside vacation. The journey to Big Sur, nestled between Carmel and San Simeon, on Highway 1 is breathtaking, enveloping the curved coastline with dramatic ocean views at every turn. Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park is a must-see, home to the most photographed waterfall in California, scattered on an isolated beach.
While there are plenty of resort options to fully enjoy the beauty of Big Sur, stay at Treebones Resort, offering glamping in yurts with comfortable amenities to enjoy rural privacy with a loved one. For more structure, book a stay at the Esalen Institute, a retreat center for rocky places that will help you connect better.
10. San Francisco, California
With amazing views, iconic landmarks, and delicious food, Bay Town is a wonderful West Coast destination. Take a walk or bike across the Golden Gate Bridge at sunset, walk through the landscaped gardens of the San Francisco Botanical Garden and take a tour of the city’s gondola lift. Enjoy delicious food at one of the best restaurants in the North Beach or Marina area.
Summer can bring fog, but the fog clears just in time to hit the beach. If you love music, head to the Stern Grove Music Festival (held on Sundays) at Sigweg Stern Grove for a picnic and a shave of energetic punches.