Valentine’s Day has become an important holiday for lovers internationally. Many countries around the world celebrate the day and do various preparations to make this holiday perfect for couples. Eastern Europe is no exception; here this holiday attracts people of all ages, making them feel excited and filling cities large and small with an enchanting, romantic atmosphere.
You can feel it in the numerous cafes and restaurants, parks and squares, concert halls, bars and clubs. Everyone is preparing something special for his/her significant other, and, as in western countries, dreaming of making this day special.
If you want to give an incredible and extraordinary present to your lover, plan a trip to Eastern Europe, where you can find many romantic places – perhaps not so popular as those in the Western part of the continent, but no less charming and amazing.
If you plan to spend your Valentine’s Day in Eastern Europe, here is a list of extremely romantic destinations that could be perfect:
If you have decided to spend the year’s most romantic day in Romania, you will be surprised how romantic its capital is. Bucharest in February is just wonderful. You can enjoy multiple events like a performance of the Taxi band at Beraria H. If you want to see a show made especially for lovers, visit “My Funny Valentine.” Concert Aurelian Temisan & Band Bucurest starting 9 PM at Elizaveta Restaurant.
For a romantic dinner, you can choose Radisson Blu Hotel with the theme party, “50 Shades of Valentine’s Day.” This is a great opportunity to experience a buffet with an aphrodisiac touch. Here a DJ and the amazing and stylish Viorica Pintilie Band will put on a lively musical show for you.
Numerous events are prepared for citizens and guests of the Russian capital to celebrate Valentine’s Day. Though Moscow is usually cold in February, you can be warmed by the atmosphere of love, charm and romance. Sokolniki Park offers its guests a quest, in which happy couples are invited to take selfies of themselves in the park and share them on social networks with the hashtag #влюбленывпарке (lovers in the park).
On Valentine’s Day, the Swiss Embassy in Moscow has prepared a special event called “Films about Love” at the Multimedia Art Museum. Two movies by Swiss filmmakers from the Italian speaking canton Ticino will be presented to the audience: “Bread and Tulips” by Silvio Soldini and “Sinestesia” by Erik Bernasconi.
The capital of Georgia is worth visiting in any season, but you should definitely see it in the period of Valentine’s Day events. February 14th is not so widely celebrated here; however, if you come with your lover, be ready to enjoy the very special atmosphere of this city and country, which will make your trip unforgettable. Moreover, you can visit various events that take place here.
For example, you can experience Valentine’s Day Romantic evening at “Funicular” restaurant. Enjoy delicious food, complimentary sparkling wine, and live music by Otar Magradze and David Iluridze’s band. But don’t forget about advance reservations; otherwise, you may be left without a place.
For those who like more active and boisterous events, visit Spectrum Bar & Restaurant, where you will experience “St. Valentine’s Day with Superman Lovers” party.
For a very romantic dinner, the “Holiday Inn” in Tbilisi has prepared something special, with an exceptional menu and discounted room rates.
Romantic, delightful and very special – Warsaw is worth visiting this February. Prepare yourself for the charming atmosphere: long evening strolls with streets and cafes beautifully decorated for this incredible event of Valentine’s Day.
Visit one of Tamka Restaurants, where Piotr Pielachowski, chef of Tamka 43, prepares a tasty six course menu that will be served the 10th -14th of February. On the menu they offer aphrodisiacs and aromatic spices to strengthen the senses. You can also enjoy live sound at one of the most popular places, Podwale Bar and Books. Dance to the tunes of our romantic music and taste cocktails for lovers.