10 of the most romantic cities in America

10 of the most romantic cities in America

In honor of the forthcoming Valentine’s Day, Musement takes a look at ten of the most romantic cities in America for a lovesome getaway.

Whether or not Valentine’s Day is around the corner, a getaway with your better half is always a good idea. From the poetic Santa Fe to the amorous Santa Barbara, here are ten of the most romantic cities in America.

1. Charleston, South Carolina

Charleston is a picturesque oceanside city that exudes beauty in every corner. Be inspired by the charming colonial architecture like the 13 colorful historic houses that comprise Rainbow Row on East Bay Street. Pose for pictures in the serene Magnolia Gardens and catch the sunrise along the shore.

2. Savannah, Georgia

An oceanside city with tons of character and southern hospitality, Savannah has a charming Old Town you can explore together by trolley. Savor a fresh seafood dinner at one of the many restaurants on East River Street.

3. New Orleans, Lousiana 

New Orleans = good food + great music….the perfect recipe for romance in our opinion. Rediscover your sense of adventure with your loved one as you stroll through the French Quarter, or take swamp and bayou sightseeing tour.

4. Santa Fe, New Mexico

Santa Fe is a wonderful city for art and culture. See a show at the magnificent Santa Fe Opera House and check out the fascinating Meow Wolf exhibit with its out-of-this-world art installations. Also known for its natural beauty, Santa Fe boasts many options for hikers and skiers.

5. Lake Placid, New York

If you and your sweetheart love to ski, Lake Placid in the Adirondacks is the perfect winter getaway. About a five-hour drive from New York City, book a weekend escape to this winter wonderland! Spend your days hitting the slopes and your evenings roasting marshmallows by the fire.

6. Saratoga Springs, New York

A perfect place to get away from it all for a few days, Saratoga Springs is a quaint historic city in upstate New York. Feel free to let the calm wash over you and your special someone as you walk through the town’s tranquil streets or bathe in the natural mineral springs at Saratoga Spa State Park.

7. Santa Barbara, California

Referred to as the ‘American Riviera’, Santa Barbara has been compared to the European Riviera due to its breathtaking views, spectacular beaches and delicious Mediterranean-style cuisine. Get a piece of cultural paradise without taking the long flight across the pond.

8. Nashville, Tennessee

Nicknamed ‘Music City’, Nashville always delivers good times with its creative atmosphere, diverse restaurant scene (perfect for food lovers) and of course its live music venues, many of which have free entry! Visit the famous Honky Tonk Highway where Willie Nelson started his music career and party late into the night with your other half.

9. Aspen, Colorado

For an exceptional romantic ski-weekend, travel to Aspen. Located in a remote area of the Rocky Mountains at an altitude of 8,000 feet, this beautiful town provides outstanding conditions for skiing with all the necessary amenities including restaurants, hotels and ski rentals. Check out this list of six of the best ski trips for more snow-dusted date ideas.

10. Newport, Rhode Island

With delightful seaside restaurants,  antiquated mansions and sailboats lining the shore, Newport has an all-around magical atmosphere. Stroll together along the famous 3.5-mile Cliff Walk with amazing views of the Atlantic Ocean, and dine to your heart’s content at Midtown Oyster Bar.

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