The most romantic and creative places to propose

RomanceApparently one of the latest trends in travel is the ‘proposal vacation’ which, as its name suggests, is when you go on a trip with the sole purpose of popping the question. MoonRings, Inc. believe they have identified the ten most romantic and creative places.

“Choosing a location is not always as easy as it seems. Thought should be put into the decision since the place will hold a special place for the couple,” states CEO Howard Green and romantic travel specialist.

Here’s their top ten:

  • Over a candlelit dinner at Villa de la Selva, a dramatic cliff-side restaurant in Ixtapa, Mexico
  • Aboard a caléche, or horse-drawn carriage, in historical old Quebec
  • Gazing out over New York City at sunset from atop the Empire State Building
  • Midway across the El Puente Nuevo bridge, overlooking the great gorge of Ronda, Spain
  • Under twinkling stars, fresh Caribbean breezes and live music at the cool St. Lucia Jazz Festival
  • Coasting in a hot air balloon at sunrise over the blazing red rocks of Sedona, Arizona
  • In one of the beautiful ruined abbeys of Ireland
  • On Neskowin Beach in Oregon overlooking Proposal Rock
  • Under the midnight sun in Alaska
  • On a private boat in the mystical Blue Grotto, Isle of Capri, Italy

Did you propose in an exotic location?  If you’re not married, but wanted to propose, where would you choose?

Comments (6)

  1. Cool homes says:

    Wish men were romantic enough to think of romantic proposal))

  2. Kendal H says:

    I would say that the Belverder suite, at the Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise is an incredible spot. It has a corner patio, on the top floor of the hotel, overlooking the Lake and the mountains. Beautiful!

  3. irene says:

    Ayers Rock at dawn!

  4. Didn’t propose at an exotic spot, although it was beautiful was up high in the Appalachian mountains.

  5. St. Lucia is a great place to propose, but was just surprised to see the Jazz Festival as the place to propose.

  6. I just noticed after a second reading that Ireland is on here. There are really so many spots. I thought Greystones along the cliffs would be a beautiful spot for sunrise.

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