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Tuesday, October 27, 2020

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Cost Efficient Romantic Getaways

Nowadays, noone gets time for anyone in this helter-skelter life that raises a call for a getaway, especially when its life partner at the other end. This world offers numerous romantic spots for lovebirds but every place can’t be pocket-friendly for everyone. Hence, looking for a place that is a beautiful blend of love and affordability is prominent. If you too are in search of such a place, then you hit it right. Please proceed further to know the world’s best and cheap romantic getaways.

  1. Sedona

    You can plan your love trip to Sedona at any time of the year, though winter and spring seasons are the best. It offers plenty of romantic things to do, whether you talk of tasting wine along the Valley Verde Wine Trail or a sunset romantic dinner, hiking into its picturesque red rocks or of meditation sessions, enjoying spa sessions together, or stargazing. Go for an astonishing drive through the Oak Creek Canyon or the Verde Canyon Railroad. If unwilling to hike, you can opt for hot air ballooning above the stunning red rock formations. You’ll not resist adoring the vibrant landscape of Sedona, the most beautiful city of Arizona. Its fascinating sunsets and starry night skies will take you altogether to a different world. Cathedral Rock is considered as the best sunset viewpoint.
  2. Portland, Maine
    Portland celebrates ‘love’ throughout the month of February. Just being there gives you a romantic vibe, as you witness the shops in downtown appealed with hearts and red lights for all the 28-29 days of this month. The guests complimentary get theme-based restaurant menus, live music events, special hotel packages, red beer tastings, dinners, etc. Don’t miss the romantic still at and getting snapped at the Portland Head Light, very famous and favorite hangout spot for couples. It becomes ravishing during high tides. Strolling here gives you an altogether dramatic experience, be it in the cobblestone streets of Old Port or the Marginal Way, a twisted one-mile-long pavement along the rugged shore.
  3. Savannah
    The city looks the best during dusk, so take a private carriage ride and explore at its best. Have a romantic drink at an intimate bar in the basement of the city’s one of the famed restaurants- the Olde Pink House. Tune to live piano, if interested. A trip to Savannah is wasted if you don’t visit its age-old yet renowned spot- the Forsyth Park. It generally remains jam-packed by couples and families. Its 19th-century fountain catches the limelight and becomes a part of almost everyone’s photographs. Go to Chippewa Square for a romantic stroll and lose yourselves in its oak-lined pavements. You can end your day by either getting a couple’s massage or watching the sunset at Tybee Island, one of the most poised places in the city.
  4. Cannon Beach
    Cannon Beach has evermore acknowledged as one of the most picked up destinations for romantic getaways. You can simply wake up amidst the infinity pool, as the city offers numerous oceanfront hotels. For a little more sensuality, pick a room that features a fireplace or an in-room spa. Pamper yourself with wide options for other health and beauty treatments too. If lucky, get yourself a room that sets sunset or sunrise as a perfect backdrop behind the waters and if not, pick a sunset point and head towards it for that spectacular moment.
  5. Sonoma
    There is plenty of romantic places in Sonoma that you can choose from for your next romantic vacation. Out of all the options, the Sea Ranch remains the most crowded with the local tourists as well as the outsiders. Its six public access trails will leave you stunned with its pines, meadows, seasonal waterfalls, and what not! The couples generally tend to attract towards Black Point that renders magnificent ocean views. If you’re a water baby, you won’t deny surfing, floating, and gliding in its waters, though you won’t get the best here.

So, which one hits your bucket list?


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Sophie Ireland

Sophie Ireland

Contributors Editor
Sophie Ireland is the Contributors Editor at for CEOWORLD magazine, where she covers hiring trends, money, the future of work, and lists and rankings, and all things related to professional success for readers. She has ten years of experience in research, spanning market research, data analytics, macroeconomics, and financial services. She can be reached on email sophie-ireland@ceoworld.biz. You can follow her on Twitter at @ceoworld.