Most romantic locations around the world

There are many places in the world where one could go for a romantic holiday. This inspired me to ask the question: what are the most romantic islands or locations in the world? So we did a little investigation on scenic locations where one could enjoy a relaxing and wonderful romantic holiday. Here is the result of our compilation of the best scenic places which can be regarded as “romantic locations”, in no particular order.

The Maldives

Maldives

Located in the Indian Ocean, the Maldives is an island country formed by a collection of atolls. It is famous for its natural beauty and is a famous tourist destination. With its calm and interesting atmosphere by the sea, this is certainly a gateway for those seeking some solace and peacefulness in a romantic environment.

Maatsuyker Islands, Tasmania

Maatsuyker Islands, Tasmania, Australia

The Maatsuyker Islands in Tasmania, Australia is a unique location for being an “island within an island within an island”. It is noted for its rich marine wildlife, predominantly wet and windy weather conditions, and Australia’s most southerly lighthouse.

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Visiting Las Vegas? Stay at the amazing Stratosphere

There are few vacation destinations that promise as much fun and excitement as Las Vegas, Nevada, and the difference between most of them is Las Vegas delivers on all of those promises. The secret that makes Las Vegas so special is that it has the ability to entertain, excite and satisfy every single person that ever travel there. There are gambling opportunities for those interested in the number one pasttime in Las Vegas, there are some of the best shopping venues in the Western United States, there are stage shows and live entertainment, and there are some of the more interesting exhibits, collections and museums too. A Las Vegas vacation has the chance to offer the kind of memories that not many other locations do.

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Why is it interesting to visit Auckland?


The history of Auckland dates back to 1840 when the British Governor William Hobson and Maori chiefs signed the Treaty of Waitangi in which they posed Auckland city as capital of the country. In the beginning the city was called George Eden, in honor of the first Duke of Auckland. At that time Maori and British officers and artisans lived in the area. Subsequently Wellington became the capital of New Zealand, however, Auckland remains the first city in the country. Continue reading “Why is it interesting to visit Auckland?”