Top holiday ideas for couples

28 June 2016

If there's one thing guaranteed to bring you a little closer to your beloved, it's spending some quality time together on a romantic holiday.



Of course, it's those little day-to-day moments that make a relationship, but taking a trip together to explore somewhere special is the material memories are made of. Particularly for those who frequently find themselves affected by a severe case of wanderlust.

So, where in the world should you go to stroll hand-in-hand with someone special? Here are a few suggestions…


1. A cruise on the Rhine

They say that music is the food of love and, if that's true for you, then hop aboard a magical jazz cruise along the glittering Rhine.

You'll meander along the river through some of the most beautiful countryside Europe has to offer, sampling sumptuous wines from the extensive vineyards that line its banks and enjoying six sensational jazz performances over the course of the week.

Perfect for couples who like to be on the move whilst enjoying all the comforts of a home-away-from-home in a spacious and comfortable cabin.

Find out more about Saga's 'Jazz and Wine on the Rhine and Moselle' river cruise…



2. An all-inclusive retreat in Mexico

For some people, a holiday simply isn't a holiday without some serious rest and relaxation. Consider a stay at this stunning all-inclusive resort in magical Mexico.

Based on the Yucatan Peninsula, an area that's famed for it's sophisticated resorts, you can expect you and your loved one to receive the full VIP treatment whilst you relax in the lap of luxury.

This region offers a dreamy landscape of powder-soft beaches, jewel-coloured lagoons and magnificent Mayan ruins for history buffs to explore. It might not be heaven, but it's close enough to make no difference.

Find out more about Dreams Puerto Aventuras Resort and Spa…



3. A staycation in Stratford-upon-Avon

Who says you have to travel far and wide to find the holiday of your dreams? The UK is home to some of the most romantic villages, nestled in blissful countryside and steeped in culture and historical sites.

Take a break to Shakespeare's home town and admire the charming timber buildings and thatched roofs that paint an idyllic English country scene. The Royal Shakespeare company bases itself here, offering performances throughout the year, whilst the location provides access to all the glory of the Cotswolds as well as attractions such as the majestic Blenheim Palace.

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4. A railway adventure to Lake Garda

Cerulean skies, craggy cliffs and rippling mirror-lake waters - the breath-taking landscapes of the Italian Lakes have made the area a wedding favourite, and there's no mistaking why. Who could resist the romance of this epic backdrop of natural beauty?

Experience the changing scenery of France, Switzerland and Italy with a unique railway ride to the secluded western shore of Italy's largest lake and prepare to fall in love with each other all over again.

Find out more about Saga's 'Lake Garda by Rail' tour…



5. An adventure in Canada

Ideal for those couples who want to experience life to the fullest, a road trip through Western Canada will uncover all manner of treasures to write home about.

From its wildlife-spotting in Banff and Jasper National Parks to experiencing city life in vibrant Vancouver; from journeying over Sulphur Mountain on a cable-car to riding over the Athabasca Glacier, you and your partner-in-crime will share spell-binding adventures you'll cherish forever.

Find out more about Saga's holidays to Canada…



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