Have you already planned your romantic trip for Valentine's week? If not, we recommend you some of the most special places in Spain to spend with your partner a weekend full of love and other quirks. Note it down!
This city is full of charm and beauty, ideal to visit with your partner and walk through the old Jewish Quarter of Seville, which includes one of the most romantic neighborhoods of the city thanks to its cobbled streets and the famous Placita de Santa Cruz, a coquettish Agaric landscaped that beats to the pulse of the "Tablao Flamenco" (small stage) which is located in its interior. In "El Puente de Triana" you can hang a padlock with your names while you enjoy the amazing ones to the Torre del Oro.
Narrow streets, squares open to beautiful viewpoints and scented cármenes dot the neighborhood of Albaicín, where you can still see remnants of the Arab wall or some Islamic palace, such as the "Casa de Zafra", one of the best examples of domestic architecture of the Nasrid period in Granada, enabled as an interpretation center of this unique neighborhood. But, if in Granada there is a place for love, that is the Mirador de San Nicolás, at the top of the Albaicín, at more than 700 meters above sea level, this large stone balcony is supported that gives an immense panoramic view of the always beautiful Alhambra. Any couple that climbs up here will have the honour of swearing eternal love with one of the most emblematic buildings of Andalusia.
Of all the thousands of romantic corners that you can find in this great city, the Temple of Debod at sunset is one of the places you can't miss, especially on Valentine's Day. The culture and art of Ancient Egypt usually exert a great power of fascination, but it is that this temple fascinates by the spectacle that offers at sunset when its ancient walls are reflected in the water becoming one of the most romantic places in the city. The temple dedicated to Amón arrived from the banks of the Nile near the Plaza de España Madrid, stone by stone because it was a gift that the Egyptian Government made to the Spanish.
This city hides a love story between Isabel de Segura and Juan Diego Martinez de Marcilla (Lovers of Teruel) and it's probably the one of the saddest in the history of Spain. However, the city that served as the stage is cheerful, discreet and very beautiful. Enjoy walking hand in hand through the beautiful streets for which the Lovers of Teruel could not walk their love. Mudejar architecture, a tasty gastronomy and an infinite tranquillity, make the capital of the least populated province of the country a perfect place to forget the world with the loved one without renouncing any of the comforts of civilization.
This city has an infinity of monuments of great beauty accompanied by its cobbled streets, creating a romantic and magical space. At night the whole city is illuminated and with it all its monuments, creating an extraordinary atmosphere. Every corner, every monument, every alley, its winding paths ... etc, all illuminated with delicacy, so as not to break the harmony that is supposed to give a romantic walk to the moon.
But if you decide to visit this special place you have to contemplate Pedraza, a Segovian village with a medieval flavour. You will find houses and palaces of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries on each side of its cobbled streets, as well as several small hotels and restaurants with charm in which to spend evenings with the couple. Don't forget to visit the castle that goes up the hill to enjoy bird's-eye view of the landscape that surrounds it.