The 6 Most Romantic Places to be Photographed in Europe
Europe is made for romantic couple photography. Here are the six best spots for photo romance .
Winding streets perfect for kissing in, discover secret gardens or just snuggle in cold weather designed for romantic getaways.
So for all of you thinking about finding a vacation photographer this Valentine’s Day, here is TripShooter’s list of the six most romantic places to be photographed in Europe.
1. Paris – The I Love You Wall at Abbesses
The language of love is one that is said to know no linguistic barriers. Yet the I Love You Wall at Abbesses seeks to ensure it, with the phrase “I love you” being written in all kinds of handwriting – and tongues – across a tiled wall bordering a tiny square. It’s the perfect place for black and white images and the perfect backdrop for kissing.
2. London – The Hyde Park Rose Garden
Your love may be an English rose, but a rose by any other name would smell as sweet. Sweeter still, to wander through the quiet corners of the Hyde Park Rose Garden enjoying the courtly pleasures of conversation. Don’t forget to linger by the greenery, and allow heady pleasures to bring natural beauty to your photos.
3. Vienna – The Imperial Schmetterlinghaus (Butterfly House)
If you crave the visual spectacles of warmer climes, linger in Vienna’s Imperial Butterfly House for the feathery touch of transient beauty. In a philosophy that lends well to romance, be quiet and allow happiness to fall upon you. In photos, think kissing with the light wings of butterflies whispering through the air.
4. Munich – Nymphenburg Park
Take your lover in the evening, when the sun begins to turn the lake a dusky pink, and the swans swirl quietly as dusk comes. Let the reflections of the sky and water embrace you in your delicate photo, the canvas tinted with the natural pastels of romance.
5. Stockholm – The Chinese Pavilion (Kina Slott)
Kina Slott was originally built as a surprise birthday present by King Adolf Fredrick for his sweetheart Queen Lovisa Ulrika in the 18th Century. Let yourself be embraced by it, offering a backdrop that captures your own private history just as memorably.
6. Copenhagen – The Bryggebroen
Join the beating hearts of hundreds in love by taking a stroll along the Bryggebroen, a pedestrian bridge adorned with love-locks that links the banks of the Copenhagen harbor. A photograph is but one enduring romance in this Danish location: you can also attach one to the bridge and engrave your own romance enduringly on the city.
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