4 Most Romantic Cities In The United States
If staying closer to home is in the cards for a romantic getaway, you're in luck. The options in the U.S. can be found as far and wide as each coast, and are as varied in experiences as the people and experiences you might meet there.
Las Vegas, Nevada
One of the most fun ways to get married is to jump on a plane to Vegas where there is no waiting period. Plan it out or visit one of the hundreds of wedding chapels in Sin City. Consider a theme wedding (they offer everything from Elvis to pirates). While you’re in town, take in all of the beautifully-lit fountains, and a romantic hot air balloon ride with Champagne.
Key West, Florida
The sultriest of American towns might be the one the farthest away from everything. The city offers you the ultimate opportunity to go down. How far down you ask? All the way — Key West contains the Southernmost point in the United States. Or go even deeper with a snorkeling adventure in one of the many natural coral reefs. Roll some sexy aphrodisiac foods around your tongue such as fresh raw oysters, watermelon, and Florida avocado. Don’t miss out on sexy tropical drinks at the beach town’s unparalleled beachside bar
NYC , New York
If bumping and grinding are high on your priority list, the nightlife and cuisine of New York City is unparalleled. But make sure you take in some of the worlds most famously romantic adventures while your there. Take a trip to the top of the Empire State Building and live your own version of the iconic romance “An Affair to Remember,” hold hands as you skate around the ice rink at Rockefeller Center, and take a horse drawn carriage ride in Central Park. Get trotting now if you want to experience that one, however. There’s currently a movement underway to shut down the industry.
San Fran, California
As far as sexy cities go, San Francisco is at the top of the list for having both beach and snow options. The nightlife is some of the best in the country — try out the 1930s-style Starlight Room. Take a quiet drive along San Francisco’s Ocean Beach coastline. Make your way up to North Lake Tahoe or South Lake Tahoe for a cozy snuggle in front of a roaring fire at one of the area’s many ski resorts, or make your way to wine country.