Whether you’re into hearts, candy, and flowers (heart-shaped candy flowers?) or secretly anti-Valentine’s Day, travel is one gift everyone can agree on. Let’s be honest: in the middle of cold, gray February, we could all use a vacation.
We’ve zeroed in on some of most romantic cities in the country, with swoon-worthy attractions and intimate tables for two—plus cozy, affordable vacation rentals to woo that special someone. Enjoy the privacy of your own place and a full kitchen for whipping up a romantic dinner or thoughtful breakfast in bed. See Trip Advisor Article Here
What to Do:“E komo mai” means “welcome” or “come in” in Hawaiian, and if you’re looking for the perfect paradise getaway, you’ll feel right at home in Maui. Set aside a day to follow the legendaryRoad to Hana along Maui’s northeastern shore. The famous stretch of highway—52 miles between Kahului and Hana—winds past breathtaking beaches, gardens, and rainforests, with plenty of photo ops along the way. Prefer to observe the scenery from above? Take ahelicopter tour over west Maui for striking views of hidden waterfalls and dormant volcanoes, or soar above the trees on the Skyline Haleakala zipline tour.
Where to Eat:A trip to Hawaii wouldn’t be complete without a luau, and the Feast at Lele promises both Polynesian fare and an unforgettable performance featuring traditional Samoan, Tahitian, and Hawaiian dances. Up the romance factor with an intimate table for two overlooking the Pacific at Mama’s Fish House. The old Hawaiian decor and lavish flower arrangements set the stage for a memorable meal of fresh, local fish.