Together is much better. And there is no better opportunity than Eid to escape the stress and travel far away with your soulmate.
For this Eid, we found the best three “Romantic” destinations where you can enjoy a short vacation and forget about “Routine.”
Located on the western coast of the Istrian peninsula. The town is officially bilingual, Italian and Croatian. Hence both city names are official and equal.
The average annual temperature is 16 °C.
Best time to visit Rovinj is spring, fall, early and late summer. Rovinj is romantic, and it is nice at any time of the year.
The perfect time to visit is in September. There are far fewer people, and the sea is still warm, accommodation prices are more affordable.
The old town evokes nostalgia, and it’s romantic. You’ll have lots of photo moments while exploring it.
Helsinki, Finland’s southern capital, sits on a peninsula in the Gulf of Finland. Its central avenue, Mannerheimintie (named after the Finnish military leader and statesman Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim, is the main street of Helsinki, Finland.), is flanked by institutions including the National Museum, tracing Finnish history from the Stone Age to the present.
Most visitors (including only those who spent a night in accommodation) arriving in Finland come from Sweden, Russia, Germany and United Kingdom.
Finns celebrate their summer very passionately. Some go to music festivals, offering a choice of jazz, blues, rock, opera and chamber music. Others are sailing among the coastal islands or enjoying slow life at their summer cottages swimming, fishing and cooking dinner on the grill. For three sweet summer months, the temperatures soar high, and the sun does not set at all.
The extraordinary thing about Finland is that a single summer day lasts for over two months. In the southern parts of the country, it never gets dark either, just a period of twilight for a few hours. Therefore, Finland is called the Land of the Midnight Sun.
The average maximum temperature from June to August is around 19 to 22 °C.
Riga, Latvia’s capital, is set on the Baltic Sea at the mouth of the River Daugava. It’s considered as the biggest metropolis in the Baltics and as a cultural center and is home to many museums and concert halls.
In its 800 years of turbulent history, everyone from German knights to Swedish kings and Soviet commissars have left their footprints, and today Latvia’s capital is an exciting European metropolis at the crossroads of eastern and northern Europe.