Where to Take Your Other Half on Vacation

Good places to visit.

July 27, 2020

It’s important to spend some quality time with your partner, but it can be easy to become distracted at home due to work commitments, social engagements, or simply falling into a tedious routine. This is why going on vacation together could be a great way for you both to clock-in some much-needed relaxation time, as well as reconnecting and enjoying each other’s company. If you and your partner have been thinking of planning a trip sometime soon, here are some good places to visit for both weekend breaks and longer stays.

Napa Valley

For those who love their wine, Napa Valley is a must-see. There are countless vineyards to visit, most of which offer guided tours, delicious food, and, of course, wine tastings. Even if you’re not a big wino, Napa Valley is simply a beautiful part of the United States and, as such, is a great romantic destination. It’s peaceful and idyllic, allowing you and your partner to unwind and recharge together.


Orlando is a popular tourist destination for many reasons, the main one being big attractions like Disneyland and Universal Studios. This might be ideal for couples who love theme parks, but this certainly isn’t all that Orlando has to offer. For a touch of romance, why not go for a hot air balloon ride over the city or take a sunset kayak tour? There are also many high-class resorts to stay at that offer five-star comfort. If you find yourself taking a trip over a holiday season, some resorts host events and special dining options for the occasion. For example, Villatel hosts Pesah Orlando annually for members of the Jewish community.


There are plenty of spots on the Hawaiian Islands that you can take your partner too, all of which are covered in natural beauty. This paradise vacation is perfect for couples who are looking to switch off from their busy lifestyles and surround themselves with idyllic landscapes. Again, many great resorts are suitable for a range of budgets in Hawaii for you and your partner to visit. It doesn’t have to be all about lounging on the beach though; there are plenty of other fun activities for you and your partner to enjoy together and create some happy memories while you do.


Seattle is another good city break for couples and can offer visitors not only city highlights, but because it is surrounded by gorgeous places like Olympic National Park and Mount Ranier National Park, it is a great pick for those who like hiking and the great outdoors. When you’re not exploring the forests and mountains, enjoy a stroll along the shores of Lake Union or enjoy some clam chowder together at Pike Place Market. Seattle is a creative hub. Therefore it’s great for couples who enjoy art and music with plenty of venues offering up exhibitions and museums that explore the history of the city’s culture. If you’re looking at planning a trip with your other half this year, consider these locations to escape together.