Venice, Rome or Florence?
Italy, steeped in history, is undoubtedly one of the favorite destinations for have a romantic valentine's weekend. Discover your choice of Venice, Rome or Florence as a couple ... three unmissable Italian cities, with different atmospheres, but all equally intoxicating ...
What city is more romantic than Venice, surrounded by canals and dotted with bridges, with its typical palace facades?
Inevitable, Saint Mark's Square, a meeting place par excellence, and its superb, richly decorated XNUMXth century basilica.Venice
To do absolutely also: a romantic gondola ride on the Grand Canal to visit the city. So cliché but a must for lovers for a successful Valentine's Day ...
A good restaurant the Ristorante Taverna La Fenice awaits you in Saint Mark's Square. To order for dessert: a tiramisu, a delicious dessert that would have been born in the lakeside city, to be enjoyed for two!
To fully enjoy the beauty of this Italian city, it's up toHotel Danieli you have to go: with its view of the Venetian lagoon, it will make you spend the sweetest of stays in a luxurious setting ...
Finally, for you souvenir from the city, don't forget to bring back a Venetian mask.
Follow in the footsteps of ancient Rome for Valentine's Day ...
Discover hand in hand the mythical Colosseum, the Roman forum and the Palatine forum, Trajan's column, the temples, and more: so many vestiges which testify to the past grandeur of the capital of Italy.Rome
During the weekend, do not miss take a detour to the beautiful Trevi fountain, made famous thanks to the wildly romantic scene from Fellini's film "La Dolce Vita", to make a wish there.
Want to bring back a little bit of Rome and Italy: go to Borghese Square, where a charming local market takes place.
So that dinner be unforgettable and to end the day on a high note, book a quiet table at the La Rosetta restaurant, especially if you like fish and seafood. Delicacy of the dishes, presentation worthy of the finest tables, a real gastronomic moment.
Last but not least, spend a night in the Stendhal suite of the Grand Hôtel de la Minerve, to live a magical experience and sleep under a magnificent painted ceiling. Ideal for this Valentine's Day weekend in Italy.
Florence and the art of the Renaissance
Florence, the capital of Tuscany, is without doubt home to the most beautiful masterpieces of the Renaissance and of Italy.
Visit the Pitti Palace, former place of residence of the Medici, and its palatine gallery. Works by Titian, Raphael or Caravaggio, the palace decorations are also worth a detour.
Less cultural but just as charming: go for a walk bucolic in the Boboli gardens and admire its fountains, small paths and sculptures ...
For shopping, you have to go to Ponte Vecchio without hesitation… to dream. Oldest bridge in the city, jewelers and goldsmiths are installed there.
Your Valentine's Day stay will be truly unforgettable if you book a night at Villa San Michele, a hotel with breathtaking views of the Tuscan landscapes and surrounding gardens.
Finally, for savor the best dishes of the city - even of the country - direction Enoteca Pinchiorri, mecca of gastronomy. Refined decoration and perfect service, to spend a unique moment for two ...
Have you made your choice ?
So where are you going on this Italian Valentine's Day? Rome, Venice or Florence? Share your choices in the comments ...