Five Romantic Cities That Are Not Named Venice

Whenever you hear of Venice there’s something romantic that comes up to your mind. It’s not a coincidence that exactly Venice is the world’s best known city for the lovers and their romances. However, it’s not just Venice the only romantic place in the world. There are thousands of cities with a beautiful love stories and such atmosphere. You should just check out list of suggestions and prove yourself wrong for dreaming about Venice all the time! Below you can see a list of five romantic cities.

Birmingham, UK

Even though standing on the small River Rea, Birmingham is the most popular English city that reminds of Venice for its structure and architecture. With a population of about 1.1 million of people, Birmingham is the most populous city in Britain outside London.

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Image by Neil Howard via Flickr

Tigre, Argentina

Tigre is a small Argentinian town in the province of Buenos Aires. It’s located just 28 km away from the capital city of Argentina. It lies on the Parana Delta and it is very popular touristic destination. It has only about 380.000 inhabitants.

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Suzhou, China

Located in the Jiangsu province in the East of China, only 100 km away from Shanghai, Suzhou is a Chinese city that lies on Yangtze River. It is a city with a rich history, a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1997 and a population of over 10 million of people.

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Alappuzha, India

Alappuzha is also known as Alleppey is a city and a municipality of Kerala state of southern India. It has a population of only 178.000 of people but it is the city with a highest literacy rate in Kerala. It is an important touristic destination in India for the picturesque canals, beaches and lagoons.

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Stockholm, Sweden

The Swedish capital is considered to be the most populous city in the Nordic countries with something less than a million of people living only in the municipality, but up to 2.3 million of people in the metropolitan area. It’s where the Lake Malaren flows into the Baltic Sea and makes this city such an amazing place to visit if you are for a romantic getaway.

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