Edinburgh, Scotland is one of the romantic venues in Europe. The castles scattered about the countryside allow couples to visualize the grandeur and become inspired by the love affairs of that time. Couples may walk hand-in-hand while viewing the attractions of the area.
Raphael’s Madonna of the Pinks
This particular painting is located in the National Gallery on the Mound. Couples from all over the world enjoy marvelling at this remarkable painting that received a $29 million offer. Couples may also have dinner together at this venue. Exquisite seafood restaurants are located near the yacht where the royal couple honeymooned. Couples may also view the Royal Yacht Britannia Honeymoon Suite where the Prince and Princess of Wales made love for the first time.
To learn more about the romantic history of Edinburgh, patrons may go on a historical tour highlighting areas such as the Palace of Holy Rood House, the Queen’s residence in Scotland, as well as, Edinburgh’s Castles. Numerous castles beckon visitors to embark upon a historical journey steeped in romantic royal interludes. These visits are complete with opportunities to engage in solitary walks, secluded picnics and cosy canoodling. The Gothic Craigmillar Castle is one of the most beautiful and spectacular relics in the city’s history.
The Edinburgh Castle sits at the highest point in the area. The views from the castle are spectacular. Ladies in particular enjoy viewing the Scottish Crown Jewels displayed inside the castle. This may give couples inspiration for engagement rings if they are considering marriage in the future.
What is more enchanting that beautiful, colorful butterflies? As these creatures fly around the couple, feelings of romance and playfulness emerge as the butterflies remind them of the beauty of God’s creations. While the couple may not be alone together, you will partake in the experience with other jovial adults and kids. The couple may also have a brisk walk near the river and also lunch at a nearby bistro.
Arthur’s Seat is the perfect setting for a romantic picnic dinner, lunch or breakfast. The site is location of an extinct volcano. The view is truly picturesque with the entire city of Edinburgh and a beautiful sunset within view. If this does not spark the romance between the couple, then the relationship may need more help than a simple romantic interlude.
Edinburgh’s Royal Museum is a world-renowned museum that will allow romantic couples to view the most beautiful Victorian architecture. Edinburgh’s Royal Museum and National Museum of Scotland have wonderful exhibits in the galleries that are both kid and family friendly. Imagining the relationships between the royal family members will generate feelings of romance among couples.
The National Museum of Scotland is so beautifully designed that many remark that it is a work of art. The central atrium allows natural lighting to enter the building and is truly a remarkable place to walk through and enjoy each other’s company.
Visit Edinburgh for a truly romantic excursion that will be remembered for a lifetime. If the feeling moves you, this may also be a wonderful place for a proposal or a wedding.