San Diego is effortlessly romantic what with its stunning beaches that features breathtaking sunrise and sunset. It is also home to some of the most lovely gardens, landscapes, and architectures. If you’re looking for the perfect romantic escape to either ignite a fire or keep the fire burning between you and your special someone, then San Diego is the sure fire place to go to. Discover romance through San Diego’s top romantic places.
1) Mission Beach Boardwalk
Taking a romantic stroll by the beach under the starry skies is just one of the things you can do with your special someone in the boardwalk. You can also have a romantic dinner in any of the boardwalk restaurants. Have fun with your date by trying the carnival games or snuggle while listening to the live music performances.
Hillcrest is home to various bars and clubs which you and your date will surely enjoy. What’s more Hillcrest celebrates gender diversity with its L.G.B.T. community. There are also a variety of restaurants and stores you can check out.
3) Little Italy
Have an Italian experience without having to spend for air fare. Here, you and your date can dine in the Italian-inspired restaurants.
4) San Diego Zoo
Though zoos are more often associated with families and kids, San Diego Zoo can nevertheless set a romantic mood. The zoo has a beautiful landscape, and seeing the animals together will be a wonderful experience for both of you. The zoo also has great restaurants where you can eat, at the same time, have your sweet conversations.
5) La Jolla Cove
Aside from the high-end restaurants found in here, La Jolla Cove boasts of its stunning landscape. The cliffs and the beach is a perfect place to get on one knee and propose to your lady. But if your relationship has not reached that stage yet, make the moment still unforgettable by whispering sweet nothings to each other or by sharing a kiss.
6) Seaport Village
Just located in downtown San Diego, Seaport Village provides a great bay view, an array of great restaurants and a number of interesting shops. One of the awesome sights you will be able to see from the village is the Coronado Bridge. And with just a boat away, you can already visit Coronado Island. To make your experience more romantic, you can go across to Hyatt’s 40th floor to get a breathtaking view of San Diego.
7) Balboa Park
Balboa Park has a perfect reputation when it comes to romantic getaways. In fact, it is so romantic that many couples have their pre-wedding pictorial here. The park’s scenic landscape and gardens, together with the Spanish architectures give it the unique romantic ambiance. Moreover, there are over 18 museums you can visit. And there are also various romantic restaurants like The Prado on location. Take a stroll, have a picnic, stargaze, whatever it is, Balboa Park will make the experience extra special for you.
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