Do we need a reason to celebrate love?. Normally we don’t.But when you have romantic place to celebrate your love it does matter sometimes. This list is so orgasmic that your wanderlust is sure to resurface. National Geographic has come out with the list of 14 most romantic places in the world so take a look.

1. Isle of Skye, Scotland- Enhanting is the word

2. Bruges, Belgium- The beauty of canals

 

 

3. Mykonos, Greece- Can’t miss this

 

 

4. Yunnan province, China- Simply splendid

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5. Venice, Italy- You Can’t Be Unromantic Here

Beautiful sunset in a beautiful place

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Floating through the canals of Venezia 🌺| 📷 @taramilktea

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6. Big Sur, California- What to Say

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The ocean.. The largest thing on this planet.

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7. Kerala, India- The Hills, The Beaches , The Cool And the Warmth of Love

Heavenly road #thatkeralalife #keralaattraction #Munnar #liveinspired 📷@nithin_mathew_k

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8. Bhutan- The Happiest Country Will Also Make You Happy

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9. Western Slovenia, The Central European Beauty

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10. Hamilton Island, Australia- Romantic To A Fault

 

11. Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico- The Secluded Beauty

STR8 Chillin! #cenote #cenoteikkil #thatsme #yucatanpeninsula

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12. Neuschwanstein Castle, Germany – A Dream Or From A Movie

 

 

13. Rio De Janerio, Brazil- In The Land Of Samba

 

14. Jukkasjarvi, Sweden- So Cozy and So magical

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So Where do you want to go? Please give your comments

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Source: National Geographic