8 Most Romantic Paces in the World for Proposals

By  //  June 2, 2023

Whether it’s getting engaged on a mountaintop in the Himalayas or a beach in Bali, there are plenty of romantic places to get engaged in. All of these locations offer a unique and romantic experience for a couple, with a little help from the locals.

Whether you’re looking for the ultimate romantic proposal, or you want to do it somewhere a little less obvious, here are some of the most romantic places in the world to propose to your loved one.

  1. Annecy, France

Annecy is a pretty town with pastel medieval houses in the foothills of the Alps. There is an old castle and a very romantic promenade on the lake, from which you can admire the water and mountains. In summer, you can swim in the lake, for example, on the beach de la Brune, and in the off-season, you can go boating to Swan Island. Visit the Bridge of Lovers – this is where you can take great photos, make a wish by tossing a coin, and even a romantic proposal.

  1. Burj Khalifa, Dubai, UAE

At 829 meters tall, the tallest building in the world, the Burj Khalifa looks like a glittering arrow pointing to the sky. Why not fly up to the 122nd, 123rd and 124th floors, where there is an Atmosphere restaurant, as well as indoor and outdoor observation decks?

You can get here by contacting the VIP cars Dubai service. Here you can rent a special luxury car for a luxurious trip around the city with your future fiancee. The most pleasant thing about renting such a car, in addition to impressions, is the price. Hiring a luxury car in Dubai is surprisingly easy. And qualified car rental specialists will help you quickly settle all the formalities and choose the right car.

On New Year’s Eve, you can add real sparks to your proposal by timing it with the annual fireworks and laser show on the highest tower.

  1. Nusa Lembongan Island, Bali

This little Balinese island is known for its uninhabited beaches with white sand and crystal-clear waters, as well as for its beautiful atmosphere and leisurely pace of life. It appears that not even time is in a hurry to get here! The beaches of Dream Beach and Sunset Beach, which, incidentally, have not yet had time to be picked by large numbers of tourists, offer the most picturesque sunsets. Why can’t you ask your special someone to marry you here?

  1. Benagil cave beach, Algarve, Portugal

The location of this beach inside a cave, away from prying eyes, makes it special. The sun’s rays magnificently highlight the turquoise water through the openings in the vaulted arches of the grotto, casting an odd play of light on the cave’s walls and “dome” as well as its arching vaults.

  1. Butterfly Valley, Fethiye, Turkey

The enchanting Belceiz Bay in the western part of Turkey is home to a nature reserve, where one is likely to be greeted by a flurry of beautiful tiger butterflies. If you are lucky, these vibrant insects can be spotted on stones, tree trunks, and foliage. Any sudden noise or movement will cause the butterflies to take flight at once, like the leaves of autumn. It is an alluring sight to behold!

  1. The Garden of Remembrance, London, England

There is a beautiful tree that was planted by Queen Victoria. It is called the “Garden of Remembrances” and it is located at St. James’s Park. The garden was originally planted to commemorate the Queen’s husband, Prince Albert, who died in 1861.

  1. Glowing Beach, Vaadhoo Island, Maldives

Proposing a hand and heart is especially romantic on the night beach under the starry sky, illumined by the luminescent surf. From July to February, especially during a new moon, the moonless sky provides a magical ambiance and speaks to the romantic in all of us.

  1. Skopelos island, Greece

And this place is ideal for fans of the world-famous musical Mamma Mia! For the native Greeks, it was immediately clear that in fact, it was impossible to find the island of Kalokairi on the map, on which the plot of the film developed. Kalokairi in reality is a small but very picturesque resort on the Greek island of Skopelos.

The chapel on the rock of Agios Ioannis, where Sophie and Sky were going to marry at the end of the film, has become a popular place for proposals and weddings.

Serpentine-cut steps lead up to the church, the same steps that the wedding ceremony climbed in the film. In reality, the island looks even more beautiful than on the screen. It is very green, with coastal cliffs and high mountains, beautiful beaches, and azure water.