Eurostar has teamed up with local experts to bring you the romantic highlights of some of Europe's most loved cities. Create beautiful new memories with your partner.
Explore the charm, poetry and historical allure of Amsterdam with a loved one. Get seduced by the evocative Art Nouveau architecture of Brussels. Fall in love with the spectacular views and enchanting landscapes in the South of France. Do something a little different to show your love in Paris. Give your eyes a feast to remember in Bruges.
Our guide to romantic holidays goes beyond the guide book to give you the best of Paris, Amsterdam, Brussels, Bruges and Lyon. The best restaurants, sights and things to do. Make the most of our great value fares and book a romantic trip you'll never forget!
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There is little more subjective than what constitutes a romantic experience, particularly in a city like Paris whose very image is idealised and romanticised. It’s a place meant to inspire passion, amorous trysts and emotional awakening, or at least there is the belief that these things are possible if ones heart is open to it.
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Famous for being the capital of Europe and world-renowned for its chocolate and beer, everyone claims to know Brussels… This city will astound you because she’s so romantic! But who knows all the different faces of Brussels and particularly the charm of this one place?
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Bruges (free translation: Bridges) has everything to honour its name with its characteristic bridges over the canals. It is a relatively small city but makes up for that with its allure and rich history.
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From candlelit bouchon to hidden traboule, Lyon not only speaks the language of love, but oozes romance from its very pores. If, however, your love requires some privacy, you may struggle to find a setting not already draped with amoureux.
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A little while ago someone reminded me that people traveling to Amsterdam are always on the look-out for 24/7 fun, but people that actually live in Amsterdam, are always searching for the hidden, quiet places. And yes, that’s a fact.