Traveling with Your Partner: Keeping the Romance in the Air

Visiting new places is one of the best ways couples can keep their love going. It’s a refreshing way to spend quality time together or learn more about their partners. It’s also the best way to ease the stress of daily life.

Regardless of if you’re planning for a long weekend or an anniversary, there are a lot of couple-friendly tourist destinations that are perfect for your romantic getaway. Below is a reliable food travel guide of the places you could visit with your partner.

Santa Fe, New Mexico

New Mexico’s capital features earth-colored buildings and architectural elements that you couldn’t find in other places. In spring, Sante Fe brightens up as it becomes covered in forsythias and lilacs. Most top-notch restaurants offer outdoor dining. You could also find markets selling folk art and outdoor festivals.

In winter, people have the tradition of adorning their rooftops with lanterns, filling the air with the smell of burning piñon wood fills. Go to Downtown Plaza and stop at Chapel Loretto to marvel at its spiral staircase. You also have the convenience to visit some art galleries on Canyon Road, including the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum.

Georgia O’Keeffe Museum has the most extensive collection of Southwestern-inspired works and landscapes. From the Plaza, you can enjoy the Meow Wolf art exhibit.

Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

Yellowstone National Park is America’s first national park rich with natural wonders and wildlife creatures, ranging from the Grand Canyon waterfall to the Steamboat and Old Faithful geysers. You could opt to spend the night at Lake Yellowstone Hotel & Cabins, the oldest hotel in the park.

From the hotel, you can see the largest high elevation lake. If you’re not interested in that, you could spend the night at the world’s largest log cabin, Old Faithful Inn, to fully experience what the park has to offer. You could marvel at the rainbow-colored waters of the Midway Geyser Basin’s Grand Prismatic Spring, explore the Grand Canyon in the Canyon area via foot, or enjoy a boating expedition on Yellowstone Lake.

bridge over a river

Savannah, Georgia

Savannah is one the oldest cities in the Peach State where you could find many historic squares, stately mansions, and oak trees adorned with Spanish moss. It also features thriving culinary and cultural scenes. It’s also an excellent option for a Southern getaway due to its warm weather year-round.

Drop by Forsyth Park to marvel at their magnificent water fountain and gardens. From there, talk a walk at the tree-shaded streets overlooking the Savannah River, where you can find riverside shops and restaurants that serve authentic Southern cuisines.

You could also join the Walking Ghost Tour to determine where you can find the haunted homes in the Historic District. Then, drive to Bluff Drive in the Isle of Hope to marvel at quaint cabins and antebellum houses from the Intracoastal Waterway.

Hocking Hills, Ohio

Ohio’s Hocking Hills features lush forests, craggy caves, and soaring cliffs. It’s also one of the Midwest’s most attractive tourist spots, located 50 minutes from Columbus. It’s a tourist attraction away from the stress of the city. Even during peak seasons, you won’t see many people at the tourist attractions of Old Man’s Falls and Ash Cave.

Make your visit memorable by ziplining above the Hocking River offered at the Hocking Hills Canopy Tours. It’s an experience that will get your blood pumping because of the brilliant colors of autumn. If you want to make the tour more exciting, talk to the guides from High Rock Adventures to walk down the cliffs.

Big Sur, California

Big Sur in California features picturesque lodgings and views, making it one of the best destinations for a romantic getaway. Your drive to the place, found between San Simeon and Carmel on Highway 1, is eye-catching. It features a coastline with an ocean view at every corner. If you want to stay for the night, go to Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park.

It’s home to the most picturesque, Instagrammable waterfalls in California spilling into an isolated beach. On the north end of the coast, you can go on a hiking trip in Point Lobos State Natural Reserve to enjoy the local wildlife. You could also do scuba diving.

Even if you could find numerous lodging options, you can stop by Treebones Resort to thoroughly marvel at the beauty of the place. Treebones Resort offers comfortable tents and amenities that allow you to enjoy the serenity with your partner.

Traveling is already an exciting way to ease the stress of daily life, but doing it with your partner/spouse is an even better experience.

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