From 28 July to 6 September, Obonjan island, Croatia, has a single mission: to make us happy.
Gandria is like stepping into a vintage picture postcard. This lovely lakeside village has retained its timeless appeal for more than 100 years.
"Let's get married!" sang the Proclaimers. And the Edinburgh natives wouldn’t have to go far for the perfect venue. From castles to lakes, Scotland is a paradise for romantics.
When you have the likes of Rome and Venice to compete with, you could easily be ignored. But not so Apulia. Its history, legends and coastline make it impossible to miss.
If you need to unwind, forget the therapist's couch. In Japan, the best way of beating stress is a walk through the woods with all the five senses on high alert.
The world's party capital can also be a peaceful oasis for two. Let us show you another side to this fun-loving island.
According to Buddha, peace comes from within, so there's no need to go looking for it. But then, perhaps Buddha never experienced the joys of an infinity pool in the Maldives...
According to many seasoned travellers, what matters is not so much where you are going, but how you are getting there. And this is especially true if you're travelling on one of the world's most luxurious trains.
In 1958, Lord Glenconner paid 45.000 pounds sterling to purchase Mustique. That is what it costs today to spend one week on this private island.
Take along a drama and come back with a romantic comedy. After centuries of being fascinating, Heidelberg is still creating a strange chemistry between the ancient grandeur of its architecture and the sassy youth of its university students.
There’s no excuse now; you can keep your promise and take your partner to Ushuaia, in Argentina, the southernmost city on the planet.
Wellness comes at a price. Each year the quest for beauty moves more than 82 million dollars across the whole world. Let yourself be pampered from the Maldives to Hong Kong.
To travel along the Friendship Highway together you have to be much more than friends. This scenic route links Tibet with Kathmandu and its average altitude is 4,000 metres above sea level.
If every diamond sold anywhere in the world has visited Antwerp, why not follow their example?
With the arrival of spring, Japan becomes an enormous pink cloud. And it seems as if the trees are blushing under the gaze of so many people admiring them.
The capital of the Périgord Noir region in France attracts hungry visitors. Gastronomic jewels such as goose ‘foie gras’ attract over a million visitors every year.
Going out for dinner is no longer a problem. More and more restaurants are adapting their menus to please both partners in mixed couples of vegetarians and meat eaters. Dine without prejudice. ¡Bon appétit!
Whether you love or hate them, there’s a stag destination just right for you. It’s a question of knowing where to look: Budapest for party-lovers, Cognac for the more chilled out and Winterfell in Ireland for those looking for something a bit more unusual...
If you’re more romantic than Ted Mosby and you want a date that you’ll be able to tell your children about, like in ‘How I Met Your Mother’, make a note of the following ideas...
Let us introduce you to the perfect setting to enjoy astronomic tourism, in perfect company. Millions of stars adorn the sky of Atacama Desert.
Six countries, 4,000 years of history and home to 60 million people. The Mekong flows through lands with legends on their shores.
The Glacier Express covers 290 kilometres between mountain forests, connecting Zermatt and St. Moritz, the two oldest, most photogenic and most famous Alpine resorts in Switzerland.
There are islands that are made for summer, but that's not the case with Norway. The cold brings out the best in it.
Hostels are increasingly attracting all types of tourists, not just backpackers. And the truth is, with their welcoming rooms they are able to offer luxury stays at accessible prices.
Who hasn’t dreamed of travelling through lush green scenery, admiring crystal-clear lakes and picture postcard villages? Travelling through the Swiss Alps by train makes this very dream come true.
What is the secret to being the country with the highest marriage rate in the world? Discover the powers of seduction of this ‘love nest’ in the middle of the Caribbean.
You can visit ‘Sin City’ without committing one: you don’t have to get married dressed as Elvis or bet everything on roulette. What is impossible is to get bored, especially when you’re in good company.
Leander’s Tower connects both Asia and Europe in the Bosphorus Strait. A lighthouse of tragic legends that nowadays hosts weddings and is one of the most photographed sites in the world.
The idyllic island of Phi Phi Leh looks as if it is straight out of a film, but it’s real: you can stroll along its beaches and swim in its turquoise waters.
Bruges is a fairy-tale city, full of romantic tales about eternal love and chocolate shops, where sugar can end up being just as important as its Belfry Tower.
There are those who say that love is a path…as if it were something symbolic. You’re just about to discover that this path really exists and that it’s in Italy.
Although it’s hard to believe, you’ll feel Venetian romance nowhere more than in Udaipur.
Frodo and Gollum would agree: there’s a better ring than Sauron’s and it’s in Ireland.
Small villas camouflaged among the vegetation and an infinity pool with views of…more vegetation. Welcome to the lushest luxury resort in Bali.
If we tell you that we’ve found a luxury resort with a spa, you won’t think that it’s anything new. But what if we tell you that the resort has its own island?
Prepare to dine in the sky…because what we’re suggesting is that you eat hanging from a tree in the heart of the Thai jungle. Are you prepared to eat dinner at such a height?
Five centuries on and Shakespeare’s love story continues to inspire a host of lovers. Discover this romance at number 23 in la Vía Capello, in Verona.